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Thursday, May 10, 2007
MPEG LA Calls For Patents Related to HD DVD


MPEG LA issued another call for patents and patent applications that are essential to the HD DVD Standard in order to facilitate creation of a joint HD DVD patent license.

"Continuing in its mission to respond to the market?s need for fair, reasonable, and nondiscriminatory access to patents essential to defined technologies, MPEG LA is pleased to accept an invitation to facilitate this effort so that users may have the benefit of a convenient marketplace licensing alternative to assist them with implementation of their technology choices," said MPEG LA Chief Executive Officer Larry Horn.

The call begins a process of evaluating and determining patents that are essential to the standard in order to include them in a joint patent portfolio license providing users with fair, access to the technology as an alternative to negotiating separate licenses.

A summary of the MPEG LA facilitation effort with reference to the HD DVD Standard is available here.


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