Janus Semiconductor Touts Named Inventor’s Resume in New Distributed Clock Signals Complaints
Janus Semiconductor Research, LLC, formed this past summer in Texas, has initiated its first litigation campaign, filing suit against Micron Technology (2:16-cv-01409), Samsung (2:16-cv-01407), and SK Hynix (2:16-cv-01410). The new complaints assert a single patent (5,987,620) generally related to the distribution of varying clock signals to separate functional blocks on a chip. Janus accuses the defendants of infringement through provision of certain DDR SDRAM modules and components.
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