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October 12, 2012
05:48 EDTAUOAUO and E-Ink, Hydis sign patent cross-license agreements
AU Optronics signed patent cross-license agreements with E-Ink Holdings and Hydis Technologies, E-Ink's South Korean subsidiary. The parties have agreed to cross license specified patents owned by each party. AUO, E-Ink and Hydis have all invested R&D resources in advanced display technologies and each has established strong and comprehensive patent portfolios. To respect each other's intellectual property, the parties have agreed to grant licenses to specific patents that each owns. Under the terms of the agreement, which will be effective for ten years, the parties will be able to use the specified proprietary technologies of the other. The patent cross-license agreements primarily involve LCD-related technologies, including the wide viewing angle Fringe Field Switching, or FFS, technology with applications to smartphones and tablets, which will facilitate technological development of innovative electronic products. Both AUO and E-Ink believe that the patent cross-license agreements will sharpen their competitive edge in the industry and introduce more chances for technological and business collaborations to pursue business opportunities together and expand market reach.
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April 21, 2015
05:58 EDTAUOReport: AU Optronics to supply Apple with iPhone panels, DigiTimes says
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April 20, 2015
05:44 EDTAUOAU Optronics says operations not affected by Taiwan earthquake, DigiTimes says
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April 14, 2015
05:46 EDTAUOReport: AUO may face $1B fine, probation for compliance issues, DigiTimes says
AU Optronics could face a $1B fine and five years of probation for allegedly failing to implement compliance policies, reports DigiTimes. Citing a report from Law360 that quoted prosecutors from the U.S. Attorney's Office, the fee comes after it was convicted of conspiring to fix pricing. The report added that AU Optronics responded by saying that it has already created compliance documents, trained more than 1,000 employees and hired a Chief Antritrust Compliance. Reference Link

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