Memory Products Targeted in Another US Litigation Campaign over Former KINGPAK Patents

May 9, 2020

Haystack IP LLC, a plaintiff associated with monetization firm IPValuation Partners, LLC (d/b/a IPVal), has launched litigation over a single patent, generally related to a “memory module” that can be assembled onto a “locking device”, received from KINGPAK Technology in late April. The defendants—Micron Technology (4:20-cv-00374) and Samsung (4:20-cv-00375), sued in the Eastern District of Texas; and SK Hynix (6:20-cv-00368), in the Western District of Texas—are accused of infringement through the provision of server memory components.

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