Royalty Report: Semiconductors, Storage, Consumer Electronics – Collection: 26689

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 3

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 3

Primary Industries

  • Semiconductors
  • Storage
  • Consumer Electronics
  • Fabrication
  • Test/Monitoring

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 26689

License Grant
A California court ruling from 2001 regarding a licensee allegedly using trade secrets without licensors permission in its newly released Black Watch Digital Linear Tape product.  In July 2002, the two settled all legal claims over the qualification, production, and sale of DLT tape media products.  The licensor committed to completing qualification of licensee as a manufacturer of DLT tape media.  As a result of the settlement, the licensee has dismissed its antitrust lawsuit against licensor.
License Property
Digital Linear Tape (DLT) (previously called CompacTape) is a magnetic tape data storage technology.  DLT uses linear serpentine recording with multiple tracks on half-inch (12.7 mm) wide tape. The cartridges contain a single reel and the tape is pulled out of the cartridge by means of a leader tape attached to the takeup reel inside the drive. The drive leader tape is buckled to the cartridge leader during the load process. Tape speed and tension are controlled electronically via the reel motors; there is no capstan. The tape is guided by 4 to 6 rollers that touch only the back side of the tape. Tape material is metal particle tape (MP/AMP.)

IPSCIO Record ID: 4164

License Grant
The Licensor licensed to us TCP-related technology and intellectual property rights.
License Property
Tape Carrier Package Technology (TCP) offer a high number of inputs and outputs, a thin package profile and a smaller footprint on the circuit board, without compromising performance. Key package features include surface mount technology design, fine-pitch tape format and slide carrier handling. Because of their flexibility and high number of inputs and outputs, TCPs are primarily employed either for STN-LCD or TFT-LCD driver semiconductors.
Testing of tape carrier packages. We conduct full function testing of LCD and other flat-panel display driver semiconductors with a specially designed probe handler to ensure reliable contact to the test pads on the TCP tape. We can test STN-LCD or TFT-LCD driver semiconductors with frequencies of up to 750 MHz and at voltages up to 40V. The test is performed in a temperature-controlled environment with the device in tape form. The assembled and tested LCD and other flat-panel display driver semiconductors in tape form are packed between spacer tapes together with a desiccant in an aluminum bag to avoid contact during shipment.

Assembly of tape carrier packages. TCPs use a tape-automated bonding process to connect die and tape. The printed circuit tape is shipped with a reel. The reel is then placed onto an inner lead bonder, where the LCD or other flat-panel display driver semiconductor is configured onto the printed circuit tape. The resulting TCP component consists of the device interconnected to a three-layer tape, which includes a polyamide-down carrier film, an epoxy-based adhesive layer and a metal layer. The tape metallization area of the interconnections is tin plated over a metal layer. The silicon chip and inner lead area is encapsulated with a high temperature thermoset polymer after inner lead bonding. The back face of the chip is left un-sealed for thermal connection to the printed circuit board.

Field of Use
The Licensee provides gold bumping, testing and assembly services for LCD and other flat-panel display driver semiconductors by employing tape carrier package, or TCP, chip-on-film, or COF, and chip-on-glass, or COG, technologies.

IPSCIO Record ID: 7186

License Grant
Licensor hereby grants to Licensee an exclusive worldwide license, with the right to grant sublicenses, to use the Technology for the Exploitation of the Products for the Applications.
License Property
The term 'Technology,' as used in this Agreement, shall mean all proprietary and non-proprietary know-how, technical data, or other information of any kind regarding the design, manufacture, operation, use, or sale of the Products for the Applications based on the Intellectual Property, foreign counterparts of the Intellectual Property, or of the applications leading to such Intellectual Property, any other Intellectual Property now or hereafter owned or controlled by Licensor, and any modification or improvements thereto made by Licensor or Licensee, all as they may relate to the Applications.

The terms 'Product' and 'Products,' as used in this Agreement, shall mean reader/writers and high capacity data storage in a card format.

The term “Application(s)” shall mean health care, patient management, medical, dental and pharmaceutical records, medicare, medicaid or any other health application, including biometric identification. For avoidance of doubt, any other application, including, without limitation, for financial transactions or security and identification shall require the approval of Licensor.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY
(1)  Serial Number 09/426,793-2355, PATENT 7,036,739. “Data Storage Device, Apparatus and Method for Using Same.” Filed
10/23/1999.

(2)  Serial Number 60/161/302, “Data Storage Device, Apparatus and method for Using Same.” Filed 10/23/1999.

(3)  Serial Number 09/693,271-7503. “Data Storage Device, Apparatus and Method for Using Same.” Filed 10/23/1999.

(4)  Serial Number 09/502.812-5712. ALLOWED PATENT, waiting for issuance. “Article Having An Embedded Accessible Storage Member, Apparatus and Method For Using Same.” Filed 2/9/2000.

(5)  Serial Number PCT/US00/41444. NATIONAL STAGE ENTERED. “Data Storage Device, Apparatus and Method For Using Same.” Filed 10/19/2000.

(6)  Serial Number 11256525. PATENT 7,201,324. Data Storage Device, Apparatus and Method For Using Same.” Filed 10/19/2000.

(7)  Serial Number 00986831.6. PENDING “Data Storage Device, Apparatus and Method For Using Same.” Filed 10/19/2000.

(8)  Serial Number 2001-534145. PENDING. “Data Storage Device, Apparatus and Method For Using Same.” Filed 10/19/2000.

(9)  Serial Number 12210064. PENDING. “Article Having An Embedded Accessible Storage Member, Apparatus And Method For Using Same.”  Filed 9/12/2008.

(10)  Serial Number 12210083. PENDING. “Article Having An Embedded Accessible Storage Member, Apparatus and Method For Using Same.”  Filed 9/12/2008.

(11)  Serial Number 09/410.679. PATENT 6,410,330 BI. “Data Storage Device, Apparatus and Method For Using Same. Filed 10/1/1999. UltraCard and Komag.

(12)  Serial Number 08/215,140. PATENT 5,521,774. “Memory Storage Module For Storing and Accessing.” Filed 3/18/1994.

(13)  Serial Number 08/606,359. PATENT 5,621,583. “Method and Device For Reading and Writing Magnetically Encoded Data On Linear Tracks.” Filed 2/23/1996.

(14)  Serial Number 08/606,170. PATENT 5,739,975. “Memory Storage Module For Storing and Accessing Magnetically Encoded Data On Linear Tracks.” Filed 2/23/1996.

(15)  Serial Number PCT/US99/14424. National Stage Entered. “Data System With Support Surfaces For Reciprocating Data Head.” Filed 6/24/1999.

(16)  Serial Number 07/342,217. PATENT 5,107,099. “Drive Apparatus For Data Storage Device.” Filed 4/24/1989.

(17)  Serial Number 07/871,447. “Drive Apparatus For Data Storage Device.” Filed 4/21/1992. Abandon.

(18)  Serial Number 09/113,783. PATENT 6,131,816. “Data System With Support Surfaces For Reciprocating Data Head.” Filed 7/10/1998.

(19)  Serial Number 09/663,658-2181. PATENT 6,871,787. “Data Storage Having A Glass Substrate And Data Surface Region And Method For Using Same.” Filed 9/15/2000.

(20)  Serial Number 09/654,542-6237. PATENT 6,875,569. “Data System.” Filed 9/1/2000.

(21)  Serial Number 09/654,542. PATENT 6,938,825. “Data System.” Filed 9/1/2000.

(22)  Serial Number 11/033,342-5932. PATENT 7,073,719. “Data System”, Filed 1/10/2005.

(23)  Serial Number PCT/US90/02225. National Stage Entered. Improved Magnetic Disk Drive Apparatus And Method.” Filed 4/24/1990.

(24)  Serial Number 29/152,431-8904. PATENT D494, 999 S. “Credit Card With Accessible Rotatable Storage Member.” Filed 12/14/2001.

(25)  Serial Number 29/152,432-8903. Continuation. “Credit Card With Internal Rotatable Storage Member Accessible From A Surface Of A Credit Card.” Continuation 1/27/2005.

(26)  Serial Number 29/222,379-6313. PATENT D510,595. “Credit Card With Internal Rotatable Storage Member Accessible From A Surface Of A Credit Card.” Filed 1/27/2005.

(27)  Serial Number 29/152,434-8902. PATENT D509,847. “Removable and Reinsertable Storage Member For A Credit Card’. Filed 12/14/2001.

(28)  Serial Number 60/341,662-9376. “Credit Card With Accessible Rotatable Storage Member, Data Processing System And Method For Using Same.” Filed 12/14/2001. Abandon.

(29)  Serial Number 09/663,832-4031. PATENT 6,969,006. “Rota table Portable Card Having A Data Storage Device, Apparatus and Method For Using Same.” Filed 9/15/2000.

(30)  Un-filed. “Data Card With Accessible Rotatable Storage Member, Data Processing System And Method For Using Same.” Opened 1/26/20048

(31)  There are twenty seven serial number files that have been consolidated into other broader filings and some others have been abandoned but will be transferred.

(32)  PATENTS 7,988,061, issued August 2, 2011; 7,988036, issued August 2, 2011; 7,487,908, issued February 10, 2009.

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