Samsung Hits Nvidia, Velocity With Patent, False-Ad Suit

Law360, San Francisco (November 10, 2014, 6:04 PM EST) -- Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.has slapped Nvidia Corp. and Velocity Micro Inc. with claims that the electronics manufacturers infringed several Samsung patents on semiconductor and computer innovations and that Nvidia falsely touted its processor speeds, according to a suit filed in Virginia federal court.

Samsung asserts eight of its patents in the suit, accusing Nvidia of infringing six and Velocity of infringing all eight. The patents cover a variety of computing technologies, including cache control, data buffering, grounding systems for computer chassis and a method for reducing the amount of time it takes to boot a computer, according to the complaint, filed...

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