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April 1, 2014
08:20 EDTAND, MENTAndrea Electronics announces multi-year agreement with Mentor Graphics
AMD (AMD) announced a multi-year agreement with Mentor Graphics Corporation (MENT) to expand availability of open-source embedded Linux development for heterogeneous and multi-core processors from AMD. Dedicated to providing embedded developers with a more manageable and focused open source framework, the agreement will provide embedded developers with more supported processor options, robust development tools, and greater speed in open platform development. As a Yocto Project compatible product, Mentor Embedded Linux will now bring standardized features and tools, and ensure quick access to the latest Board Support Packages for AMD 64-bit x86 architecture beginning with the upcoming AMD Embedded G-Series system-on-a-chip, or SoC, and AMD Embedded R-Series APU/CPU, codenamed: "Bald Eagle". Embedded systems developers will have comprehensive access to the Mentor Embedded Linux development platform for customized embedded Linux development and commercial support, as well as a no-cost Mentor Embedded Linux Lite derivative providing all the essentials to evaluate Linux on AMD embedded processors. To address the growing complexity of embedded systems, embedded developers will also have access to Sourcery CodeBench for greater insight into system execution, performance and debugging applications in Linux-based embedded systems.
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October 12, 2014
12:13 EDTMENTSynopsys plans appeal of verdict in Mentor patent infringement case
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12:04 EDTMENTMentor Graphics wins patent infringement verdict, awarded $36M in damages
Mentor Graphics (MENT) announced that a Portland, Oregon jury delivered a verdict in favor of Mentor in a trial in which Mentor asserted infringement of one of its patents against Emulation and Verification Engineering S.A. and Synopsys (SNPS). The jury in the United States District Court for the District of Oregon found that one Mentor patent U.S. Patent No. 6,240,376 was directly and indirectly infringed by EVE and Synopsys. As part of the verdict, the jury awarded damages of approximately $36M and certain royalties to be paid to Mentor Graphics.

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