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Tuesday, March 22, 2005
Infineon Technologies and Rambus Conclude Broad Licensing Agreement


Infineon and Rambus announced that they have reached an agreement settling all claims between them...

... and licensing the Rambus patent portfolio for use in current and future Infineon products. Rambus has granted to Infineon a worldwide license to existing and future Rambus patents and patent applications for use in Infineon memory products. In exchange, Infineon will pay a quarterly license fee of US $5.85 million starting by November 15, 2005 through November 15, 2007. After November 15, 2007, and only if Rambus enters into additional specified licensing agreements with certain other DRAM manufacturers, Infineon will make additional quarterly payments which may accumulate up to a maximum of an additional $100 million.

The agreement also provides Infineon an option for acquiring certain other licenses. All licenses provide for Infineon to be treated as a "most-favored customer" of Rambus.

Infineon has simultaneously granted to Rambus a fully-paid perpetual license for memory interfaces.

In addition to the licenses, the two companies have agreed to the immediate dismissal of all pending litigation and have released each other from all existing legal claims.


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