Delaware Jury Issues Non-Infringement Verdict for Intel in $2B Processor Suit

May 12, 2017

Intel has won a verdict of non-infringement in a lawsuit brought against the company by inventor-controlled NPE AVM Technologies LLC, which had sought $2B in damages (1:15-cv-00033). In a verdict issued on May 10, a Delaware jury found that the company had not infringed a single patent (5,859,547) generally related to dynamic circuit architecture through recent generations of its Core processor family, including Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, and Haswell.

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