After everything settled with Rambus getting their key patents invalidated and losing 60% of market value in a single day, NVIDIA finally decided to sit down with Rambus and iron things out about the new, favorable agreement for the company.
Intellectual property holder Rambus has bought computer memory company Unity Semiconductor for $35 million, a move designed to strengthen its position as a major licensor of memory products.
Rambus has secured a patent licensing agreement with Broadcom over the use of integrated circuit (IC) technology, marking yet another of the company's lucrative deals.
Rambus has settled a lawsuit taken against it by a stockholder for $10.85 million, marking a rare turning of the tables in the company's frequent legal battles.
As we all know, Rambus Inc. is more known for their litigation practices than their products. However, those litigious practices tend to tie the value of the company with the legal department rather than the engineering and sales ones.