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Neah Power Systems - Q&A Session Vol. 6 - January 28, 2015

With us today is Dr. Chris D’Couto President of Neah Power Systems, a developer of fuel cell power solutions using proprietary, award winning technology for the military, transportation, and portable electronic devices.

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Message: FWIW re Judge Grewal.....

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Re: ronran / Re: FWIW re Judge Grewal.....boomer

posted on Mar 09, 13 03:12PM

In this instance I beleive it would be different because it is royalty based per chip. The problem arises when it is a one time license. If you sold a one time license to intel and they sold the technology to the rest of the world you basically sold your patent to the world for that one time license.

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