Tessera Technologies has very successfully the development of technologies for the semiconductor and mobile industry, and then license it broadly the manufacturer. In addition to licensing patents, but also provides expertise to move into large-scale manufacturers. But the changing environment for enforcement of patent rights, in particular the use of injunctions Post eBay v. MercExchange has brought new challenges to the enterprise license model. “Patent objectors,” Companies that cho … Read more »

Tessera Technologies has very successfully the development of technologies for the semiconductor and mobile industry, and then license it broadly the manufacturer. In addition to licensing patents, but also provides expertise to move into large-scale manufacturers. But the changing environment for enforcement of patent rights, in particular the use of injunctions Post eBay v. MercExchange has brought new challenges to the enterprise license model. “Patent objectors,” companies that created rather than license would argue pressure from existing licensees. Further, as the company promoted one of its latest technological developments, a cooling technique for portable devices, it had to with the markets where it is not strong to fight property rights regime. The company would pay able for its innovations, or their model was doomed to failure?
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Willy Shih
Source: Harvard Business School
20 pages.
Release date: 30 March 2010. Prod #: 610085-PDF-ENG
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