*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. – EC Commission, com. art. 27, §4 R. 1/2003, Rambus, case COMP/38636, OJ C133, 12 June 2009, p.16, and EC Commission, MEMO/09/273, 12 June 2009 On reading the commitments proposed by Rambus, it can be argued that the European Commission is on the way to realising the vain wish expressed across the Atlantic by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC): to cap the royalty rate that the Californian company will be able to claim for the exploitation of its patents covered by an industry standard adopted within the standardisation body called JEDEC. On August 2, 2006, the FTC decided that Rambus had committed an infringement, in particular of Section 2 of the Sherman
CASE COMMENT: PROCEDURES - EC LAW - COMMITMENTS
Commitments: The European Commission receives new commitments submitted by Rambus to meet concerns that it may have infringed article 82 EC (Rambus)
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