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Patent statement declaration registered as H265-42

Recommendation number: H.265 (V4)
ITU registration date: 2017-04-24
Statement declaration date: 2017-04-21
Patent holder/organization: Thomson Licensing
Main contact: David W. Herring, Director, Licensing In, Thomson Intellectual Property & Licensing
Address: Suite 110, 2 Independence Way
Princeton, NJ 08540
United States
Tel.: 609-734-6855
Fax: 609-734-6885
Declaration form version: 26 June 2015
Licensing declaration: Option2_The Patent Holder is prepared to grant a license to an unrestricted number of applicants on a worldwide, non-discriminatory basis and on reasonable terms and conditions to make, use and sell implementations of the above document. Negotiations are left to the parties concerned and are performed outside the ITU-T, ITU-R, ISO, or IEC.The Patent Holder’s willingness to license is conditioned on Reciprocity for the above document.
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Archived declaration:
TSB patent IdCountryPublication numberApplication numberTitleStatusEPO search (Espacenet)
8,085,845 Method and apparatus for encoding hybrid intra-inter coded blocksGranted
8,085,846 Method and apparatus for decoding hybrid intra-inter coded blocksGranted
EP 1902586 Method and apparatus for macroblock adaptive inter-layer intra texture predictionGranted
 EP 06775577.7Method and apparatus for encoding a flash picture ocurring in a video sequence, and for decoding corresponding data for a flush picturePending
 EP 99402099.8Picture compression processPending
 US 12/311174Method for using a network abstract layer unit to signal an instanteneous decoding refresh during a video operationPending
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