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Tuesday, November 21, 2006
Samsung Joins DVD6C in Licensing DVD Patents


The DVD6C Licensing Group (DVD6C) today announced that Samsung joined its worldwide joint licensing program which provides manufacturers of DVD products the ability to license essential DVD patents owned by the group's members.

Members of the DVD6C include eight leading developers of DVD technology and formats - Hitachi, Panasonic, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Sanyo Electric, Sharp, Toshiba, JVC and Warner Bros. Home Entertainment Inc.

DVD6C has licensed essential DVD patents owned by its member companies since June 1999 (adding licensing for DVD-Recorders, DVD-Audio Players, DVD-R, -RW and -RAM Drives, DVD-Audio, -R, -RW, -and -RAM Discs and Cases in September 2003). DVD6C?s licenses cover patents owned by the 6C member companies that are essential for products that comply with the DVD-format specifications defined by the DVD Forum.

Membership of Samsung in the joint licensing program will benefit existing and future licensees of DVD6C, who will obtain a license to additional essential patents for the DVD products at no additional charge.

Interested parties will remain free to negotiate individual license agreements with DVD6C?s member companies, rather than taking licenses from DVD6C. The member companies have committed to provide such licenses under reasonable and non-discriminatory terms and conditions.


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