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The alliance with DBC to offer eSignal to our domestic and international clientele is an exciting step in the further globalization of our financial services," said Matt Huey, Co-Chairman of Tessera Trading.
The most recent partnership with Tessera Trading is another important advancement toward our goal in becoming the global leader in financial information and financial data services," said Mark Imperiale, chief executive officer and president of DBC.
Tessera Enterprise Systems is a pioneer in the field of customer relationship management (CRM) solutions.
Tessera Enterprise System is a registered trademark and eRelationships.
The beginning of a pilot production facility for the MicroBGA represents a milestone for Tessera and for our partnership with Shinko Electric Industries," said John W.
Currently, Uchida added, many of Shinko's Japanese customers plan to employ the Tessera technology in "handy type" consumer products, such as camcorders or small personal digital assistants.
Tessera licenses its technologies, as well as delivers products based on these technologies, to promote the development of the supply chain infrastructure.
Thomas DiStefano, Tessera vice president-marketing, Solberg has been involved in electronic packaging and printed circuit board design for more than 25 years.
Bruce has made many significant contributions to Tessera over the past 10 years, including the development of the innovative business model which enabled the proliferation of our packaging technology throughout the semiconductor industry," said Henry R.
Tessera Patent Valid Throughout Lengthy Reexamination Process
Late afternoon on February 22, 2008, the respondents filed a motion seeking to stop the ITC action from proceeding in view of recent actions by the PTO regarding the reexamination of three Tessera patents, as described below.
On September 7, 2007, Tessera filed with the ITC for permission to use certain confidential information learned in the action described in the paragraph above to initiate a parallel action against several assembly service providers ("ASPs") including ASE, Inc.