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Wednesday, April 02, 2008
Philips Introduces Patent Licenses for Blu-ray Disc


Philips introduced Philips patent licenses for Blu-ray Disc media and hardware as per April 2, 2008.

The Dutch company said that it wants to create clarity for companies that manufacture Blu-ray Disc products and has therefore decided to introduce licenses for the use of Philips? patents relevant for Blu-ray Disc. This in anticipation of the future launch of a joint Blu-ray Disc license program, in which the patents of a number of companies are combined in one single license agreement.

Companies interested in entering into license agreements with Philips for the use of Philips patents in the manufacture and sale of Blu-ray Disc products may contact Philips Intellectual Property & Standards. Contact details can be found on www.ip.philips.com


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