Apple Computer's Statement about IPR claimed in RFC 2642
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Submitted Date: June 12, 2004
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Title: Apple Computer's Statement about IPR claimed in RFC 2642 Received: June 12, 2004 From: Edward W. Scott, IV While Apple Computer, Inc. ("Apple") has not undertaken an exhaustive search and analysis of its patent portfolio (the "Apple Patents"), it believes that U.S. Patent Numbers 4,661,902 and 4,689,786 may be necessary for an implementation of material contained in http://ietf.org/rfc/rfc2642.txt (the "Document"). In the event that the technology discussed in the Document becomes and IETF standard (the "Standard") which is not materially different from the Document, Apple agrees, upon written request from a Party, to negotiate outside of IETF to make available a non-exclusive license under reasonable and non-discriminatory ("RAND") terms and conditions under such claims of the Apple Patents to the extent necessary to implement a product compliant with the Standard. These RAND terms and conditiond may be conditional upon a reciprocal grant or defensive use. Any questions regarding this communication should be directed to: Director of Patents Apple Computer, Inc. 1 Infinite Loop, MS 3-PAT Cupertino, CA 95014-2084 Voice: (408) 974-9453 Fax: (408) 974-5436 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org