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October 10, 1991


By CBR Staff Writer

Wang Laboratories Inc reports that a US district court judge in Alexandria ordered Toshiba Corp and NEC Corp to stop making and selling in the US products that infringe Wang’s patent on single in-line memory module products: the judge’s order had been stayed pending an appeal, but the US court of appeals denied the request for a longer stay by the two companies; the court had already ordered Toshiba to pay Wang $2.4m in damages and NEC to pay it $855,429 in damages; Wang has sent notices of infringement to 12 other semiconductor memory makers, mostly in Japan and is offering licensing agreements.

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