Joff Wild One of the biggest patent divestments in history got underway last week with the news that 7,500 patents and applications held by Qimonda AG have been put up for sale as part of the company’s on-going bankruptcy proceedings.  According to the press release announcing the move: “The IP rights relate to inventions that are relevant for the...

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