circuit-chip-processor.jpgIPNews® – Chip Maker Marvell Technology Group, is planning to fight a record-breaking $1.17 billion verdict which was issued against it by a Pennsylvania jury.

Carnegie Mellon University filed the lawsuit against Marvell in 2009 for infringing two patents that allow hard disk drive circuits to read data more efficiently from high-speed magnetic disks.  Marvell claims the verdict should be overturned because not only didn’t it infringe, but also the technology from the decade-old patents in question would be impractical to use in its chips.

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