Rambus' $4B DRAM Antitrust Case Booted By Jury

Law360, New York (November 16, 2011, 3:51 PM EST) -- A California jury on Wednesday handed a stunning defeat to Rambus Inc. in its $3.9 billion antitrust case accusing Hynix Semiconductor Inc. and Micron Technology Inc. of conspiring to butt Rambus out of the dynamic random access memory chip market.

In a verdict issued Wednesday in the long-running case, the jury found that Rambus had not sufficiently proved its case that Micron and Hynix have engaged in concerted and unlawful efforts to eliminate competition and stifle innovation in the market for the DRAM chips, which make...
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