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Wednesday, August 03, 2011
One-Blue Launches Licensing Program for Blu-ray Disc Products


One-Blue, LLC announced has officially launched its licensing program for Blu-ray Disc products.

One-Blue is an independent licensing company, established for the purpose of administering a licensing program for patents essential to Blu-ray Disc products. For hardware and software products, the license covers Blu-ray Disc, DVD and CD essential patents; for disc products, the license covers Blu-ray Disc essential patents.

An important goal of the One-Blue product licensing program is the creation of a level playing field for all participants in the Blu-ray Disc product market. To this end the One-Blue licensing program will introduce a per-batch licensing system for high volume Blu-ray Disc products and labels to be put on the outer boxes of Blu-ray Disc products, which will enable retailers and other players in the value chain to determine readily which products are licensed under this program. One-Blue expects that after a short initial period all boxes of relevant Blu-ray Disc products will be provided with labels.

Since issuing its call for Blu-ray Disc product patents in October 2009, One-Blue has been working with potential licensors to ensure adoption of its licensing program. For the past few months, One-Blue has acquired the necessary regulatory and governmental approvals for the establishment of One-Blue, LLC as the joint licensing agent of its licensors.


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