EU To Accept Rambus' Offer In DRAM Probe: Report

Law360, New York (November 24, 2009, 2:50 PM EST) -- The European Commission is reportedly planning to accept an offer by Rambus Inc. to cut royalties for its dynamic random access memory patents in order to settle the commission's investigation into whether the California-based chip maker violated antitrust laws by committing a “patent ambush.”

The commission plans to accept the deal — under which Rambus would cap royalties at 1.5 percent to 2.65 percent per unit for certain DRAM products for five years beginning in April — next Wednesday, Reuters reported.

Rambus first offered the deal...
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