On 12 June 2009, the US chip manufacturer Rambus announced that it has reached a “tentative settlement” in connection with proceedings brought by the European Commission claiming that Rambus has been abusing its dominant position by charging unreasonable royalties for patents relevant to Dynamic Random Access Memory chips (DRAMs). DRAMs are a type of electronic memory chip primarily used in computer systems but also in a range of other
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