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    Title: 日亞公司在發光二極體產業的專利策略
    Other Titles: Nichia's patent strategy in light emitting diode industry
    Authors: 吳品賢;Wu, Pin-hsien
    Contributors: 淡江大學日本研究所碩士班
    任燿廷;Jen, Eau-tin
    Keywords: 專利策略;發光二極體;進入障礙;patent strategy;Light emitting diodes;entry barrier;特許戦略;発光ダイオード;参入障壁
    Date: 2005
    Issue Date: 2010-01-10 23:51:28 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 本研究利用專利分析與文獻分析方法探討日本日亞公司在發光二極體產業的專利策略。
    The objective of the study is to investigate the patent strategy of Nichia Corporation from Japan in the world light emitting diode (LED) industry. The study employs the patent analysis and literature analysis to examine the patent mapping i.e. classification, patentee and category distribution of Nichia Corporation in the U.S. patent. The results show three characteristics in the patent mapping strategy of Nichia: (1) aggressive posture in patent mapping, especially in the design patents since 2000; (2) sole ownership of patents; and (3) focusing on the international patent classifications of “H01L029/00”, “H01L033/00”, “H01J001/00” and “C09K011/00” in light emitting diode (LED) industry.
    Also, the study concludes the patent implementation strategy of Nichia Corporation into four phases. Firstly, from 1996 to 2000, Nichia adopted strict strategy in patent implementation to the U.S. and Japan LED manufacturers i.e., often filed directly the appeal in the patent litigation and refused to license patents. This shows that Nichia insisted on the high entry barrier strategy by taking the advantage of patent rights to the world LED industry. Secondly, from 2001 to 2002, Nichia urged to undergo the mediation process of patent infringement and furthermore cross licensed with the U.S. and Japan manufacturers. In which, Nichia selected strategic allies to license for the mutual benefits. 2002 was the watershed year for Nichia in the patent strategy. Thirdly, from 2003, Nichia implemented patents more aggressive to the threatened Taiwan LED manufacturers, however strategy changed from rashly litigate to conduct the provisional disposition from the first. And from 2004, Nichia adopted the surrounding strategy to Taiwan, not only by warning sales agents abroad frequently, but also selecting Taiwanese allies to expand local market share.
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