Qualcomm wins appeal against FTC claim
Huge win as Ninth Circuit reverses district court decision
In May 2019, the now prominent Judge Lucy H. Koh ruled that Qualcomm's business practices that she called no license-no chip had strangled the competition. Now a higher court called the Ninth Circuit has reversed Koh's district court decision.
The Patent Quality vs. Quantity 5G story
Qualcomm has the 5G patent quality lead
5G has already started happening in many parts of the world. Early adopters have already started rolling out their 5G networks in 2019, while there will be a lot more traction in 2020. Years before 5G started to materialize, many companies had to come up with very smart ideas on how to make 5G possible. Some of the obvious elephants in the room a few years back were the ability to make things much faster, how to reduce latency and how to make mmWave work.
Nokia talks about 5G licensing price
Wants 3 EUR per device
Nokia is one of the big three players that owns a significant portions of standard essential patents (SEP) for 5G and the company expects to charge around three Euro per device.
AMD loses $100+ on every Vega
Sold at Suggested Etail Price
Our industry sources have confirmed to Fudzilla that AMD loses at least $100 on every Vega 64 card it sells at its $499 Suggested Etail Price (SEP).
AMD claims good RX Vega 56 supply
Market proves otherwise
AMD gave us a surprise call to confirm that the Radeon RX Vega 56 has launched and the company is working to fix the supply issues. It is already shipping and working hard to supply more Vega 56 and 64 cards. The demand has been overwhelming.