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From the history of the transaction, it is apparent that the companies have not teamed up to acquire technology in which they are interested. A notable feature about Rockstar's acquisition of Nortel's patent portfolio is the price paid per patent. The headline figure works out at USD 750,000 per patent. A more detailed analysis, however, reveals a far higher price per patent:</p>
<blockquote><q>"look [sic] at patents currently in force drops this number down to 2000, which is the number similarly reported by IAM. At 2000 assets, the price per patent skyrockets to $2.25 MM each. If you would assume that the 1000 or so patents with at least 10 years of term remaining were the primary drivers of the purchase, then double that amount to $4.5 MM each." (See <a href="http://gametimeip.com/2011/07/05/how-do-the-nortel-patent-auction-numbers-measure-up-a-look-at-comparable-ip-monetization-efforts/">Gamatimeip</a>.)
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<blockquote><q>look [sic] at patents currently in force drops this number down to 2000, which is the number similarly reported by IAM. At 2000 assets, the price per patent skyrockets to $2.25 MM each. If you would assume that the 1000 or so patents with at least 10 years of term remaining were the primary drivers of the purchase, then double that amount to $4.5 MM each. </q> (See <a href="http://gametimeip.com/2011/07/05/how-do-the-nortel-patent-auction-numbers-measure-up-a-look-at-comparable-ip-monetization-efforts/">Gamatimeip</a>.)
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This contrasts noticeably with the (still impressive) ca. USD 500,000 per patent which the CPTN consortium paid for Novell's patents earlier this year.

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