The jury has reached a verdict in Case No. 6:21-cv-299, VLSI Technology LLC V. Intel Corporation.
A Waco Texas jury found that Intel did not infringe the claims of the 2 asserted patents.
VLSI asked the jury to award over $3 billion in damages, alleging that Intel infringed two patents related to computer chip technology.
This is the second of three trials between VLSI and Intel where VLSI alleges that Intel’s computer chips infringe VLSI’s patents. In the first case, No. 6:21-cv-57, the Waco jury awarded VLSI over $2 billion after finding that Intel infringed the two asserted patents. The third case, Case No. 1:19-cv-977 currently set for trial in June in Austin, involves three additional patents. VLSI moved to transfer the final case back to Waco as well, however Judge Albright has deferred ruling until the trial date is closer to determine when the Austin Courthouse will be re-opening.