Xilinx Sued in Anza Technology’s Flip Chip Bonding Campaign
Anza Technology, Inc. has added a case against Xilinx (1:17-cv-00687) to the litigation campaign that it began roughly one year ago. The new complaint asserts three patents (6,354,479; 6,935,548; 7,389,905) generally related to certain bonding machines and techniques. Anza targets Xilinx 7 Series FPGAs, which it contends are packaged using a flip chip bonding process. The named inventors on the patents asserted are Mary and Steven Reiber, principals at Anza, who started this campaign in their individual capacities nearly a decade ago.
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