ITC To Probe Spansion's 'Nonvolatile' Memory Imports

Law360, Los Angeles (January 29, 2014, 7:06 PM EST) -- The U.S. International Trade Commission announced Wednesday that it will launch an investigation into “nonvolatile” memory chips used in, among other things, automotive components and network gateway systems, based on a patent infringement suit filed with the ITC by Taiwan-based Macronix International Co. Ltd. against Spansion Inc.

In December, Macronix filed a complaint urging the ITC to conduct an investigation into the allegedly infringing nonvolatile memory products — which can retrieve information even when not powered — imported by Spansion, Beats Electronics LLC, Delphi Automotive PLC...
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