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Intellectual Ventures Signs Cavium as Latest Licensing Customer

Intellectual Ventures announced today that it has entered into a licensing agreement with Cavium, Inc. (NASDAQ: CAVM), a leading provider of highly integrated semiconductor products that enable intelligent processing for networking, communications and the digital home. The agreement provides Cavium with access to relevant segments of IV’s growing portfolio of nearly 40,000 patent assets, across more than 50 technology areas. Cavium also has the option to become a member of IV's IP-for-Defense (IPFD) program to help minimize risk of future litigation and maintain its focus on innovation. 

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IV Signs Cypress as Latest Customer

Earlier this week it was announced that Cypress Semiconductor is our newest licensing customer. A billion dollar annual business, Cypress is a leading semiconductor design and manufacturing company with a history of invention and a deep appreciation for the value of intellectual property. This agreement provides Cypress with access to segments of IV’s growing portfolio, and establishes a long-term relationship which allows for further IP transactions and cooperation in the future.

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IV Signs Nanya Technology Corporation as Latest Customer

We just announced that Nanya Technology Corporation is our newest licensing customer, joining some of the world’s leading semiconductor memory companies among our growing list of customers, including Samsung and Micron. Today’s deal provides Nanya with a license to segments of IV’s extensive patent portfolio, which includes more than 35,000 assets in more than 50 technology sectors. As a result of the agreement, the current ITC dispute between the parties has been amicably resolved to their mutual benefit.

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IV Welcomes Another Licensing Customer

This morning we added another major tech company to our roster of licensing customers. Micron Technology, Inc. is one of the world’s leading inventors and producers of memory and semiconductor technologies, and it’s also the last remaining US-based manufacturer of DRAM (a type of memory for computers, video games and all sorts of electronic devices).

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