This is interesting I’m curious about everyone’s thoughts on this.
I read the article and nowhere did I see Intel deny the charges, or present prior art. They just said the company was dead and resurrected just to sue. Did Intel steal a patent and hope no one would notice?
My understanding is Intel found a different approach to solving the problem, but technology patents are crappy and often over-broad. This company appears to be a patent troll and looking to apply their overbroad patent to whoever has money to pay.
Litigation on case is not over, and it will probably continue to develop.