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MPEG-LA Licensing Pool

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http://www.mpegla.com

17 Companies (ETRI, France Télécom, Fujitsu Limited, Koninklijke Philips Electronics N.V., LG Electronics Inc., Matsushita Electric, Industrial Co., Ltd., Microsoft Corporation, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Robert Bosch GmbH, Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., Sedna Patent Services, LLC, Sharp Kabushiki Kaisha, Siemens AG, Sony Corporation, The Trustees of Columbia University in the City of New York, Toshiba Corporation, Victor Company of Japan, Ltd.) announced licensing terms

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MPEG-LA is a private company not to be confused with MPEG or MPEG-IF (there is no formal relationship between these three organizations)

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No fees for small deployments (<100k “units”) “Encoder/Decoder” fees:

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  • 20¢ per “unit” for encoding and/or decoding (10¢ above 5M units/year)

  • Enterprise device fee caps approx $3.5M for most products; additional approx $4M

for PC SW also installed by OEMs “Participation” fees:

2¢ per 12 minute+ title or 2% (whichever lower) for sale or pay-per-view sale Subscription service use $0k to $100k depending on number of subscribers

Over-air free broadcast $10k/yr per channel to 100k or more customers OR $2500 per enc.

Free Television - one-time $2,500 per transmission encoder or annual fee starting at $2,500 for > 100,000 HH rising to maximum $10,000 for > 1,000,000 HH

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  • Internet free broadcast no fee (to at least 2010, not greater than free TV later)

  • Enterprise participation fee caps of approx $4M/yr

Terms stated to be effective through 2010 (not more than 10% renewal increase after that)

T. Wiegand: H.264/MPEG4-AVC Application & Deployment Status

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