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Monday, November 17, 2003

The Death Of Microsoft NetMeeting

Microsoft Loses Another Patent Suit

On the heels of being ordered to pay Eolas $521 million for infringement on a browser-related patent, Microsoft has lost yet another patent case.


This time, Redmond's been ordered to shell out $62 million for infringement on a Web conferencing patent belonging to SPX Corp.

Fortunately for Microsoft, the infringing product is NetMeeting, a technology the company is phasing out in favor of its recently acquired Live Meeting (PlaceWare) service.

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