Marvell loses patent case to Carnegie Mellon, is ordered to pay $1.17B

12/26/2012 | Reuters · Wall Street Journal, The

A jury in Pittsburgh found that Marvell Technology Group infringed on a pair of patents for hard-disk drive chips held by Carnegie Mellon University and awarded damages of $1.17 billion to the university. A Marvell spokesman expressed disappointment with the verdict's outcome and indicated the company would appeal if its post-trial motions are not granted. Carnegie Mellon said, "Protection of the discoveries of our faculty and students is very important to us."

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