Marvell to Pay $1.2 Billion for Illegally Copying 9 Carnegie Mellon Technology
Marvell Technology group was found guilty by the Pennsylvania jury of infringing at least nine patents held by Carnegie Mellon University in billions of its products and is now ordered to pay $1.2 billion in damages.
Said patents, according to reports, is a technology that allows data to be read more accurately on high-speed hard disk drives.
"We are gratified by the jury's unanimous verdict. This case deals with fundamental technology for increasing the accuracy with which hard-disk drive circuits read data from high-speed magnetic disks." said Ken Walters, a spokesman for Carnegie Mellon University.
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