Rambus Set To Appeal FTC Ruling On Royalties

Law360, New York (February 5, 2007, 12:00 AM EST) -- Four years after it was accused of exploiting a monopoly on computer technology, Rambus has been ordered by the federal regulatory body to drop the royalty rates it charges for its intellectual property—a ruling the company vows to appeal.

Rambus said Monday it would move for a stay on the Federal Trade Commission’s ruling that imposes a maximum rate the company can collect on sales of certain computer technology.

The FTC said the final order, which stipulates the new rates will be in effect for three...
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