Janus Semiconductor Touts Named Inventor’s Resume in New Distributed Clock Signals Complaints

  • December 16, 2016

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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