Google SARL may briefly stay a lawsuit accusing its memory servers of infringing Netlist Inc.’s patented memory module technology, a California federal judge ruled Wednesday.
Netlist shares fell 16% on Wednesday, according to Bloomberg News.
Dispute will be suspended for 90 days while Samsungthe supplier of the allegedly infringing modules, is navigating a separate infringement case with Netlist that seeks to determine whether the memory modules walk on Netlist’s patent.
Judge Richard Seeborg Ultimately, he agreed with Google that “Samsung is in the best position to argue the non-infringement issue because it designs, manufactures and supplies” Google with…
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