Royalty Report: Semiconductors, Storage, Computers & Office Equipment – Collection: 27293

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Category: Technology Licenses, Created On: 2022-04-28, Record Count: 8

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Category: Technology Licenses
Created On: 2022-04-28
Record Count: 8

Primary Industries

  • Semiconductors
  • Storage
  • Computers & Office Equipment
  • Electrical & Electronics
  • Material Composite
  • Fabrication
  • Media & Entertainment

IPSCIO Report Record List

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IPSCIO Record ID: 27293

License Grant
The Company granted the Japanese Licensee, a joint venture, certain an exclusive rights under Licensor technical information and industrial property rights to develop, manufacture, use and sell certain magnetic recording heads for use in Winchester rigid disk drives.
License Property
RRST Industrial Property Rights shall mean all patents, utility models, copyrights and other intellectual property rights and applications therefor in any country of the world, which are owned by or licensed to RRST.

RRST Technical Information shall mean the technical knowledge, software, know-how, process technology and other information which is owned by or licensed to RRST.

Products shall mean Magnetic Recording Heads or components thereof, including, without limitation, processed wafers or HGAs, developed or manufactured in Japan by Licensee (or a permitted sublicensee), or in Thailand by RRST, which incorporate, are derived from or are made using, in whole or in part, Licensor Technical Information or Licensor Industrial Property Rights.

Magnetic Recording Heads shall mean (a) inductive read and inductive write thin film recording heads for use in Winchester rigid disk drives (Inductive R/W Heads), (b) magnetoresistive read, inductive write thin film recording heads for use in Winchester rigid disk drives (MR Heads), (c) spin valve recording heads for use in Winchester rigid disk drives (Spin Valve Heads), and (d) giant magnetoresistive recording heads for use in Winchester rigid disk drives (GMR Heads).

Field of Use
Licensee shall have the right, at its option, to use in connection with the distribution, promotion, use, and sale of Products, the trade names, trademarks, model designations and/or logos (Marks) that Licensor uses for its Magnetic Recording Heads and has the right to authorize Licensee to use without the payment of compensation to third parties. Licensee also shall have the right to use its own Marks in connection with the Products in lieu of or in addition to Licensor's Marks.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27192

License Grant
The Company has entered into a licensing agreement with Japanese Licensor for its non-Denka licensees on their revenues of certain disk drives.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the supply of magnetic head components.

IPSCIO Record ID: 1297

License Grant
We have licensed rights to an undisclosed organization’s GMR-related patent family, and that Agreement calls for the Licensee to pay royalties on sales of certain products.
License Property
In giant magnetoresistance (GMR) devices, resistance changes due to conduction electrons scattering at interfaces within the devices. The GMR effect is only significant if the layer thicknesses are less than the mean free path of conduction electrons, which is approximately five nanometers. Our critical GMR conductor layers are generally less than two nanometers thick.

Giant magnetoresistance (GMR) is a quantum mechanical magnetoresistance effect observed in thin-film structures composed of alternating ferromagnetic and non-magnetic layers.  GMR has triggered the rise of a new field of electronics called spintronics which has been used extensively in the read heads of modern hard drives and magnetic sensors. A hard disk storing binary information can use the difference in resistance between parallel and antiparallel layer alignments as a method of storing 1s and 0s.

Field of Use
The Licensee's designs use one of two nano-scale spintronic structures giant magnetoresistors or spin-dependent tunnel junctions. Both structures produce a large change in electrical resistance depending on the electron spin orientation in a free layer.

IPSCIO Record ID: 26500

License Grant
The Italian Licensor agrees to sell and transfer to Licensee.
License Property
The Licensor is the owner of all patent rights of Patent No. AL2003A000002 relating to Tunneling Magnetoresistance Structure and the Method of its Production, and has the right to grant licenses under said Patent Rights, and; an exclusive license to use the Know-How in the Territory and; (b) an exclusive license of Licensors Patent Rights in the Territory to make, use and sell, offer to sell and import any Licensed Products derived from Patent No. AL2003A000002.

Patent relates to the nanotechnology concept known as tunneling magnetoresistance.  Tunneling magnetoresistance (TMR) is a large change in the electrical resistance upon the application of a magnetic field of two magnetic layers separated by an insulating layer. In practical terms, TMR and the other fields of giant magnetoresistance and ballistic magnetoresistance may revolutionize the way that electronic data is stored.  

TMR technology allows thin magnetic films to be layered to make complex structures with unique magnetic properties.  Such layered magnetic structures have applications in magnetic sensors and storage media like computer disks and random access memories.  Magnetic random access memories (MRAMs) based on structures of magnetic metallic films interspersed with nonmagnetic metallic or insulating interlayers may be the next generation in magnetic storage technology, replacing the semiconductor-based dynamic random access memories that are now standard.  The advantages of MRAMs include high storage density, low energy consumption and the retention of information when a computer is turned off.

Field of Use
Licensee is interested in licensing and further developing the Patent Rights for commercial applications.

IPSCIO Record ID: 119199

License Grant
The Company granted Licensee, a joint venture which the Company has a 50% interest, various licenses to sell its products to specified customers outside of Japan.
License Property
The products were thin-film media ('disks'), the primary storage medium for digital data used in computer hard disk drives.
Field of Use
The rights granted pertain to the computer industry relating to products that are made for the high-end desktop and  high-capacity/high-performance enterprise segments of the disk drive market and are used in products such as personal computers, disk arrays, network attached storage, network file servers and engineering workstations.

IPSCIO Record ID: 4777

License Grant
The Company has granted non-exclusive licenses under such patents for the design, manufacture, and sale of optical disc products such as compact discs, CD-ROM discs and video discs.

The Company has the right to grant licenses under certain DVA-owned United States patents relating to the design, manufacture, and sale of optical disc products such as compact discs, CD-ROM discs and video discs.

License Property
Information Storage Medium(s) shall mean any record carrier primarily designed to store and/or record any type of information.

Disc(s) shall mean any pre-recorded, non-recordable and non-erasable Information Storage Medium in the shape of a disc and having information recorded thereon on one or both sides thereof, which information is recoverable using optical detection means.

Digital Disc(s) shall mean a Disc having pre-recorded thereon digitally encoded information. Digital Discs shall include, but are not limited to, Discs commonly known as Compact Disc Digital Audio Discs or CD Digital Audio Discs, Compact Disc Single Discs or CD Single Discs, and Multi Media Discs.

Compact Disc Digital Audio Disc(s) or CD Digital Audio Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon audio entertainment information. A CD Digital Audio Disc is defined herein according to the definition in a specification entitled Compact Disc Digital Audio System Description published by N.V. Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. and Sony Corporation and commonly referred to as the Red Book. CD Digital Audio Discs shall include, but are not limited to, Digital Discs commonly known as compact discs (CD's) and pre recorded, non-recordable audio mini discs.

Compact Disc Single Disc(s) or CD Single Disc(s) shall mean a CD Digital Audio Disc, either three inches (3') or five inches (5') in diameter, having prerecorded thereon 20 minutes or less of audio entertainment information.

Multi Media Disc(s) shall mean any Digital Disc having recorded thereon computer, database, audio, video, text, graphics and/or player control information. Multi Media Discs shall include, but are not limited to, Digital Discs commonly known as CD-ROM Discs, CD-i Discs, CD-G Discs and CD Digital Video Discs.

Compact Disc Read Only Memory Disc(s) or CD-ROM Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon text files, data files, image files, computer program files, and the like, primarily intended for computer-related, database-related and/or multimedia-related usage. A CD-ROM Disc is defined herein according to the definition in a specification entitled 'Compact Disc Read Only Memory (CD-ROM) System Description published by N.V. Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. and Sony Corporation and commonly referred to as the Yellow Book. CD-ROM Discs include CD-ROM/XA discs and pre recorded data mini discs.

Compact Disc-Interactive Disc(s) or CD-1 Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon audio, video and program control data for interactive use with a human user by means of computer apparatus. A CD-1 Disc is defined herein according to the definition in a specification entitled Compact Disc Interactive Media Full Functional Specification published by N.V. Philips Consumer Electronics B.V. and Sony Corporation and commonly referred to as the Green Book.

Compact Disc-Graphics Disc(s) or CD-G Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon graphics information comprised of discrete still pictures or graphic images having no user perceivable motion.

Compact Disc Digital Video Disc(s) or CD Digital Video Disc(s) shall mean a Digital Disc having pre-recorded thereon information intended to produce visual images having user perceivable motion.

Video Disc(s) shall mean a Disc having pre-recorded thereon any information intended to produce visual images having user perceivable motion, which information is not digitally encoded. Video Discs shall include, but are not limited to, Discs commonly known as laser discs (LD's) and compact disc-video (CD-V) discs.

Manufacturing Apparatus shall mean apparatus for use in the fabrication of Discs, including apparatus used in performing quality assurance procedures and/or testing of Discs.

Manufacturing Processes) shall mean any method or process, including related apparatus, used in the fabrication of Discs, including process steps directed to quality assurance procedures and/or testing of Discs.

DVA Patent(s) shall mean all United States patents owned by DVA as of the effective date of this Agreement, including utility models and design patents, and any United States patents, including utility models and design patents, issuing from pending United States patent applications owned by DVA as of the effective date of this Agreement, directed to Discs and/or any Manufacturing Apparatus and/or any Manufacturing Process, under which patents and patent applications (as well as divisionals, continuations, continuation-in-part applications, reissues, reexaminations and extensions thereof) DVA has, as of the effective date of this Agreement, the right to grant licenses to Licensee of the scope granted herein, provided however that such grant, or the exercise of rights under such grant, will not result in the payment of royalties or other consideration by DVA to third parties (except for payments to Affiliates of DVA and payments to third parties for inventions made by said third parties while employed by DVA or any of its Affiliates). United States patents relating to Discs and/or their manufacture which have issued and are licensable by DVA are set forth in Agreement. DVA shall provide Licensee on at least an annual basis an updated version of Agreement which includes any new patent to be added to Agreement and which indicates the expiration of a previously listed patent by the addition of the letter E following the patent number.

Licensed Patent(s) shall mean those DVA-owned United States patents listed in Agreement of this Agreement, these being the DVA Patent(s) under which Licensee has agreed to take a license. Any DVA Patent(s) listed in Agreement may be added to Agreement and thereby becomes a Licensed Patent by written agreement of the parties.

Hydrodynamic bearing head providing constant spacing – A player for video disc includes a vacuum reading head to read recorded information from a thin, flexible video disc. A rotating turntable provides a fluid cushion bearing to support the disc and the vacuum associated with the transducing head assembly draws the disc toward the head and maintains an optimum head-to-disc spacing.

UNITED STATES    US 3,430,966E  —       TRANSPARENT RECORDING DISC
US 3,518,442E  —       VIDEO PLAYBACK ASSEMBLY WHEREIN THE RECORD DISC HAS OPTICAL

              RECORDING ON BOTH SIDES
US 3,658,954E  —       DUPLICATING PROCESS FOR VIDEO DISC RECORDS
US 3,687,664E  —       DUPLICATING PROCESS FOR VIDEO DISC RECORDS
US 3,794,410E  —       ARTICULATED MIRROR
US 3,829,622E  —       VIDEO DISC PLAYER WITH VARIABLY BIASED PNEUMATIC HEAD
2 US 3,894,180E  —       HEAD HEIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
US 3,908,076E  —       EXTENDED PLAY VIDEO DISC RECORDING SYSTEM
US 3,908,080E  —       METHOD OF MAKING AN EXTENDED PLAY VIDEO DISC RECORD
US 3,914,541E  —       VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 3,915,576E  —       METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR CENTERING A CIRCULAR DISC
US 3,924,062E  —       DISC RECORD WITH SKIPPED STANDARD VIDEO INCREMENTS & CONTINUOUS AUDIO

              INCREMENTS & METHOD APPARATUS FOR REPRODUCTION
US 3,947,888E  —       HYDRODYNAMIC BEARING HEAD PROVIDING CONSTANT SPACING
US 3,954,469E  —       METHOD OF CREATING A REPLICATING MATRIX
US 3,997,715   —       FOCUSING SYSTEM FOR VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,006,294E  —       TRANSDUCER HEAD ASSEMBLY WITH FLUID BEARING AND HEAD HEIGHT CONTROL SYSTEM
US 4,124,672   —       REPLICATION UTILIZING A CASTING PROCESS
US 4,130,620   —       METHOD FOR MAKING VIDEO DISCS AND VIDEO DISCS MOLDS
US 4,141,731   —       METHOD OF CREATING A REPLICATING MATRIX
US 4,152,586   —       OPTICAL TRANSDUCER AND FOCUSING SYSTEM
US 4,161,752   —       HIGH DENSITY VIDEO DISC HAVING TWO PIT DEPTHS
US 4,161,753   —       VIDEO RECORDING DISC WITH INTERLACING DATA FOR FRAMES ON THE SAME TRACK
US 4,185,955   —       APPARATUS FOR REPLACING CENTRALLY APERTURED VIDEO DISC RECORDS
US 4,190,860   —       DIGITAL METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR ROTATING AN INFORMATION STORAGE DISC
US 4,204,199   —       METHOD AND MEANS FOR ENCODING AND DECODING DIGITAL DATA
US 4,210,931   —       VIDEO PLAYER AND/OR RECORDER WITH HARDAMARD TRANSFORM
US 4,211,617   —       PROCESS FOR PRODUCING A STAMPER FOR VIDEO DISC PURPOSES
US 4,222,072   —       VIDEO PLAYER/RECORDER WITH NON-LINEAR MARK LENGTH MODULATION
US 4,225,873   —       RECORDING AND PLAYBACK SYSTEM
UNITED STATES    US 4,228,326   —       SYSTEM FOR RECORDING INFORMATION ON A ROTATING STORAGE DISC
(cont.)      IN SUBSTANTIALLY UNIFORM RECORDING DENSITY
US 4,232,388   —       METHOD AND MEANS FOR ENCODING AND DECODING DIGITAL DATA
US 4,241,698   —       VACUUM EVAPORATING SYSTEM FOR THE DEPOSITION OF A THIN

              EVAPORATED LAYER HAVING A HIGH DEGREE OF UNIFORMITY
US 4,252,327   —       VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,256,374   —       WRITE AND READ OBJECTIVE LENS FOR HIGH DENSITY STORAGE
US 4,260,360   —       METHOD AND MEANS FOR REPLICATING CENTRALLY APERTURED VIDEO DISC RECORDS
US 4,264,911   —       OPTICAL RECORDING DISC AND RELATED METHOD OF MANUFACTURE
US 4,274,119   —       RECORDING DISC COVER AND PLAYER APPARATUS FOR REMOVING COVER
US 4,286,848   —       REPRODUCING OBJECTIVE LENS FOR VIDEO DISCS
US 4,307,381   —       METHOD AND MEANS FOR ENCODING AND DECODING DIGITAL DATA
US 4,310,919   —       OPTICAL VIDEO DISC STRUCTURE
US 4,313,190   —       METHOD FOR MAKING A COMPOSITE VIDEO DISC
US 4,313,191   —       RECORDING MEDIUM HAVING A PILOT SIGNAL WITH AN ALIGNED PHASE ANGLE IN ADJACENT TRACKS
US 4,337,538   —       DRIVE ASSEMBLY FOR A VIDEO RECORDER-PLAYBACK MACHINE
US 4,339,814   —       SPINDLE ASSEMBLY FOR A VIDEO RECORDER-PLAYBACK MACHINE
US 4,340,353   —       HOT SPRUE VALUE ASSEMBLY FOR AN INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE
US 4,340,955   —       VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,341,469   —       LASER SHADOWGRAPH
US 4,345,261   —       DIELECTRIC RECORDING MEDIUM
US 4,347,599   —       SPINDLE CLAMP ASSEMBLY FOR A VIDEO RECORDER-PLAYER MACHINE
US 4,347,619   —       DIGITAL FORMATTING SYSTEM
US 4,353,767   —       METHOD OF MANUFACTURING AN OPTICAL READING DISC
US 4,357,533   —       FOCUS DETECTOR FOR AN OPTICAL DISC PLAYBACK SYSTEM
US 4,358,774   —       APPARATUS AND METHOD FOR CONTROLLING FOCUS IN A RECORDING MEDIUM
US 4,358,802   —       FLUID CUSHION TURNTABLE FOR VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,367,545   —       VIDEO DISC PLAYER
US 4,368,957   —       WIDE APERTURE OBJECTIVE LENS
US 4,372,741   —       HOT SPRUE VALUE ASSEMBLY FOR AN INJECTION MOLDING MACHINE
US 4,504,939   —       STORAGE MEDIUM TRACK PITCH DETECTOR
US 4,510,536   —       SIGNAL CONDITIONING METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR FM CODE SIGNAL
US 4,519,004   —       EXTENDED PLAY VIDEO DISC
US 4,524,444   —       ANALYZING THE SIGNAL TRANSFER CHARACTERISTICS OF A SIGNAL PROCESSING UNIT
US 4,535,548   —       METHOD AND MEANS FOR DRYING COATINGS ON HEAT SENSITIVE MATERIALS
US 4,566,090   —       STORAGE MEDIUM TRACK PITCH DETECTOR
US 4,583,210   —       METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR STORING AND RETRIEVING INFORMATION
US 4,598,324   —       AUDIO EVALUATION UNDER CONTROL OF VIDEO PICTURE FRAME NUMBER
US 4,611,318   —       METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR MONITORING THE STORAGE OF INFORMATION ON A STORAGE MEDIUM
US 4,615,753   —       VIDEO RECORD DISC AND PROCESS FOR MAKING SAME
US 4,623,837   —       AUDIO/VIDEO QUALITY MONITORING SYSTEM
US 4,648,084   —       STORAGE MEDIUM TRACK PITCH DETECTOR
US 4,706,133   —       METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR RECOVERING INFORMATION FROM A VIDEO DISC
US 4,759,007   —       STORAGE MEDIUM TRACK PITCH DETECTOR
US 4,764,915   —       METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR RECORDING A MULTIPLEXED SIGNAL ON A RECORD MEDIUM
US 4,796,098   —       BANDED AND INTERLEAVED VIDEO DISC FORMAT
US 4,797,752   —       BANDED AND INTERLEAVED VIDEO DISC FORMAT
US 4,819,223   —       VIDEO RECORD DISC
US 4,893,297   —       VIDEO RECORD DISC AND PROCESS FOR MAKING SAME
US 4,980,878   —       METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR SCANNING A RECORDING MEDIUM FOR DEFECTS
US 5,001,568   —       SIGNAL EVALUATION BY ACCUMULATION AT ONE RATE AND RELEASING AND TESTING AT A SLOWER RATE
US 5,003,526   —       SYSTEM FOR RECORDING DIGITAL INFORMATION IN A PULSE-LENGTH MODULATION FORMAT
US 5,018,020   —       RECORD DISC FOR STORING SEPARATE VIDEO AND AUDIO INFORMATION
US 5,084,852   —       SYSTEM FOR RECORDING DIGITAL INFORMATION IN A PULSE-LENGTH MODULATION FORMAT
US 5,126,990   —       A METHOD OF EVALUATING A STORAGE MEDIUM BY RECIRCULATING A TEST SAMPLE OF A SIGNAL
US 5,220,434   —       VIDEO RECORDING MEDIUM FOR STOP-MOTION PLAYBACK
US 5,253,244   —       SYSTEM FOR RECORDING DIGITAL INFORMATION IN A PULSE-LENGTH MODULATION FORMAT
US  RE32,431   —       METHOD AND APPARATUS FOR RECOVERING INFORMATION FROM A ROTATABLE STORAGE DISC

Field of Use
The rights granted apply to the compact discs industry.

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.

IPSCIO Record ID: 27139

License Grant
The Japanese Company hereby grants to Licensee, during the term of this Agreement, a non-exclusive, non-transferable and non-assignable license under Licensed Patents, without the right to grant sublicense, to make, have made, use, offer for sale, sell, have sold or otherwise dispose of Licensed Products in all countries of the world.
License Property
Licensed Product means a floppy disk adapter referenced as FlashPath for allowing reading and/or writing Licensor’s SmartMedia.
Field of Use
The rights granted apply to storage media using flash memory.
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