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Rambus appeals jury trial verdict finding for Micron and Hynix

 |  April 5, 2012

Rambus has appealed its loss of a jury trial that rejected its claims of a Micron-Hynix conspiracy against Rambus’s memory chips. Rambus had accused the rival chip companies of colluding over the prices of dynamic random access memory (DRAM) chips and interfering with Rambus’s business relationship with Intel. However, a state jury in San Francisco rejected Rambus’s claims in November 2011.

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