Europe revokes Rambus chip patent

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Europe revokes Rambus chip patent

The European Patent Office (EPO) revoked one of Rambus’ European patents on computer memory chip technology Thursday, in response to opposition from rival chip makers. The decision by the EPO’s Technical Board of Appeal does not affect the Los Altos, California, company’s other European patents, or its U.S. patents, Rambus said. The company is awaiting a ruling Tuesday in an unrelated case concerning its U.S. patents.

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