Quarterhill Breaks Seal on New Patent Litigation in 2020

August 28, 2020

Publicly traded Quarterhill Inc., through subsidiary Auriga Innovations, Inc., has filed its first infringement lawsuit of 2020, asserting seven semiconductor patents originating with IBM and acquired from GlobalFoundries in a Western District of Texas complaint naming HP, HP Enterprise (HPE), and Intel (6:20-cv-00779) as defendants. Intel is accused of infringement through the provision of certain processors incorporating FinFET technology and fabricated using the company’s 14++ nm and 10 nm processes, while HP and HPE are targeted over the manufacture of various devices (consumer laptops/desktops and servers, respectively) incorporating those Intel chips.

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