U.S. flash memory chip maker Spansion Monday announced that it has on the world's largest chip maker, Samsung sued, Spansion said it violated the patent.
According to foreign media reports, Spansion in the proceedings asking the court to prohibit the production of chips using the Samsung mobile phones, Mp3 players, digital cameras and laptops and other electronic equipment imported from foreign countries into the U.S. market.
An executive said Spansion, Spansion has in the past few years trying to reach a licensing agreement with Samsung, but no progress. Spansion CEO Bertrand Cambou said: "Samsung refused us by peaceful means to resolve their infringing acts, then we have to defend their rights to make things."
Cambou that legal action may be able to facilitate an agreement three weeks to reconsider the issue with Spansion.
But Cambou also said that if Samsung is still no interest in the agreement, Spansion will seek legal protection. Spansion submitted to the Trade Commission in the 43-page complaint in violation of the company described Samsung's 10 patents, and asked for proper compensation. Spansion in the complaint that they violated the patent of Samsung flash memory chips can bring an average of about 70 billion in sales.
Samsung spokesman declined comment.
Spansion1993 by a joint venture of AMD and Fujitsu. December 2005, Spansion as an independent company listed on the Nasdaq Stock Market. Spansion is the world's third-largest flash memory supplier, behind Samsung and Toshiba.
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