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Wednesday, July 13, 2005
Philips: DVD+RW Alliance Has No Right to Negotiate Royalty Fees


Philips does not currently plan to lower its DVD+R/+RW disc royalty charge of US$0.06.

The statement belongs to James Li, general manager of Philips Intellectual Property & Standards in Taiwan. Taiwanese DigiTimes reports that neither Ricoh nor the DVD+RW Alliance has the right to negotiate prices on its behalf.

The Philips respond comes just a week after the supposed negotiations of the DVD+RW Alliance with Taiwanese optical disc manufacturers, in order to reduce the DVD+R/+RW royalty charge from US$0.06 to US$0.04 per disc. Ricoh was the company that started the negotiations on behalf of the DVD+RW Alliance, the organization that promotes the DVD+R/+RW formats.


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