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March 13, 2013
08:04 EDTNLSTNetlist issued two new patents by USPTO
Netlist announced that the USPTO issued to Netlist U.S. Patent 8,345,427 and U.S. Patent 8,359,501. The newly-issued patents address growing technical bottlenecks in the area of high-density server memory. As density progression of monolithic DRAMs slows, server memory solutions will increasingly require technologies that can integrate a greater number of existing, lower-density DRAM chips in order to achieve high-density modules. The '427 patent claims innovations critical to integrating a large number of DRAMs on a single DIMM by allowing a stack of multiple memory boards to fit in a single DIMM socket and remain cool despite the dense design form factor. Another growing challenge for the memory industry is the ability to rigorously test large amounts of memory at operating speeds. The '501 patent claims a revolutionary technology that significantly reduces the time it takes to thoroughly test high density server memory modules "at speed," providing Netlist with a key competitive advantage, the ability to efficiently yield high quality memory products.
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09:05 EDTNLSTNetlist granted new patents in U.S. and China
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January 27, 2016
08:18 EDTNLSTInphi's appeal in patent case against Netlist denied by U.S. Court of Appeal
Netlist (NLST) announced that the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has denied Inphi's (IPHI) petition for a rehearing of its November 2015 precedential opinion which had affirmed the validity of Netlist's U.S. Pat. No. 7,532,537. In order to continue to challenge the validity of this patent, Inphi must now appeal directly to the U.S. Supreme Court.

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