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Dennis Hissink : October 2nd 2005 - 21:40 CET

Lexar Media expands relation with Sony Electronics


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LexarLexar Media expands relation with Sony : Lexar Media announced that it has expanded its licensing relationship with Sony. Under the agreement, Lexar has granted to Sony a license to Lexar's patents for Sony products not covered by the companies' existing cross-license agreement. This agreement builds on the relationship when Lexar and Sony signed a fundamental patent cross-license agreement under which Lexar gained the right to manufacture and sell the Memory Stick products. "As one of the first companies ever to work with NAND flash memory, with a heritage dating back to 1994, Lexar has some of the earliest patents on flash system design and performance," said Eric Whitaker, executive vice president and general counsel, Lexar.
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"Our cross license with Sony has been very successful for both companies, giving each design freedom and allowing Lexar to participate in the enormous growth of the key Memory Stick format. The expansion of our licensing agreement with Sony further demonstrates the mutual respect and cooperation between the companies. We are confident that broadening our strategic partnership will benefit both Lexar and Sony and allow us to better meet the needs of customers."

About Lexar Media
Lexar is a leading manufacturer and marketer of award-winning removable flash memory cards, USB flash drives, card readers and ATA controller technology solutions for the digital photography, consumer electronics, industrial and communications markets. Lexar brands digital memory cards in the industry's most popular formats including CompactFlash, Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, MultiMediaCard, SD, Mini-SD, SmartMedia, and xD-Picture Card. Lexar's ATA controller solutions for industrial and OEM applications and its innovative intellectual property is licensed by some of the world's most respected companies. As a digital storage innovator, Lexar was the first to develop and advance proprietary read-write speed standards for its CompactFlash cards, and holds over 70 controller patents.





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