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Tuesday, June 10, 2003
MPEG-4 audio licensing begins


Via Licensing Corporation is announced the availability of MPEG-4 Audio patent licenses.

The MPEG-4 Audio patent license program provides streamlined access to a set of essential MPEG-4 Audio patents from multiple parties, under reasonable and nondiscriminatory terms. An MPEG-4 Audio patent license is needed by companies that build and/or sell end-user products incorporating MPEG-4 audio technologies.

"The commencement of MPEG-4 Audio licensing is the result of unprecedented cooperation among a set of international consumer electronics, telecommunications, and research organizations," said Ramzi Haidamus, general manager of Via Licensing Corporation. "This is a very significant milestone, and we are excited to be offering a license that will enable the widespread deployment of an important open standard such as MPEG-4 Audio."

For additional information about the licensing terms for MPEG-4 Audio, or to request a sample patent license agreement, please visit the Via Licensing website at www.vialicensing.com.


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