Intellectual Properties

IP, Reports & Roadmaps | Apr 29, 2017
Seoul Semiconductor Announces Its Position on US 5,075,742 Patent
Seoul Semiconductor Co., Ltd. (“Seoul”) announced that the companies manufacturing or packaging blue, green, white or UV light emitting devices made from the semiconductor indium gallium nitride may be subject to patents owned by Seoul. These patents include U.S. Patent No. 5,075,742, which was the subject of a recent ruling issued by the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas. The ruling supports Seoul's view that the patent is fundamental to indium gallium nitride-based light emitting device technology. Read more »
IP, Reports & Roadmaps | Apr 29, 2017
Evident Technologies Announces Issuance of Key Patent for Semiconductor Nanocrystal Synthesis
Evident Technologies, Inc. today announced the issuance of US Patent No. 7,482,059 covering the ability to synthesize a semiconductor nanocrystal structure with a metal layer which dramatically enhances the brightness and stability of the semiconductor nanocrystal complex. This newly issued patent represents another major advance of semiconductor materials science and further enhances the breadth of the company's expansive intellectual property portfolio. Read more »
IP, Reports & Roadmaps | Apr 29, 2017
Sharp and Nichia Enter into LED and Laser Diode Patent Cross-Licensing Agreement
Sharp Corporation (head office: Osaka City, Osaka Prefecture; President: Mikio Katayama; below, “Sharp”) and Nichia Corporation (head office: Anan City, Tokushima Prefecture; President: Eiji Ogawa; below, “Nichia”) have entered into a patent cross-licensing agreement covering LEDs (light-emitting diodes) and laser diodes. Read more »
IP, Reports & Roadmaps | Apr 29, 2017
Seoul Semiconductor wins lawsuit in US
Seoul Semiconductor Co. Ltd. ("Seoul Semiconductor") announced that the United States Court for the Central District of California rendered a judgment denying all the claims of Nichia Corporation and Nichia America Corporation ("Nichia") in a lawsuit that Nichia filed against Seoul Semiconductor under the Lanham Act and California state law. Read more »