Tessera’s ITC complaint targets DRAM makers

December 10, 2007 – Tessera Technologies has filed a new complaint with the US International Trade Commission (ITC) alleging unlawful importation and sale of certain small-format BGA semiconductor packages and products, including DRAM memory chips, memory modules, and the computer systems incorporating them.

Companies targeted in the suit include: A-DATA Technology, Acer Inc, Acer America, Centon Electronics, Elpida Memory, International Products Sourcing Group, Kingston Technology, Nanya Technology, Peripheral Device and Product Systems, Powerchip Semiconductor, ProMOS Technologies, Ramaxel Technology, SMART Modular Technologies, and TwinMOS Technologies. None of them is a current Tessera licensee; all are named in a similar suit already filed in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas

Tessera says it expects a decision will be handed down in the next 30 days.


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