- In the matter of wilfull infringement, the jury ruled that Apple wilfully infringed OPTi’s patent;
- In the matter of Apple’s defense that OPTi’s patent was invalid due to obviousness, the jury ruled that OPTi’s patent was valid;
- In the matter of Apple’s defense that the patent was invalid due to anticipation, the jury ruled that the OPTi’s patent was valid;
- In the matter of damages, the jury awarded OPTi $19 million for Apple’s infringement of OPTi’s patent.
Wednesday, April 29, 2009
OPTi 8K - OPTi Receives $19.0 Million Verdict in Patent Infringement Lawsuit Against Apple Inc.
OPTi Inc (OTCBB:OPTI) today announced that a jury from the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas ruled in OPTi’s favor in the patent infringement trial between OPTi Inc (“OPTi”) and Apple Inc. (“Apple”), relating to OPTi’s U.S. patent No. 6,405,291, entitled “Predictive Snooping of Cache Memory for Master-Initiated Accesses.” The jury ruled on the following four issues: