IP Bridge makes peace with Broadcom and ARM - settlement reveals China assertion 06 Jun 17
IP Bridge has reportedly settled its patent dispute with Broadcom, the first result from the Japanese fund’s four known assertion campaigns in US courts. The Singapore-based chipmaker’s agreement to pay a licence fee also brings to an end a parallel litigation in China, according to Japanese media reports. That makes IP Bridge, which was set up with public and private sector backing in 2013, the latest non-practising entity to have been known to assert patents in China.
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