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Intellectual Property

IP Management

Intellectual property (IP) rights are the results of extensive research and development. Therefore IP management is an important aspect of a company's innovation management. Effective IP management helps to maintain ASE's leading position in corporate innovation.
ASE's IP management is closely embedded into its overall business operation planning and implementation to form a continuous innovation cycle consisting of "business opportunity", "R&D" and "IP management and utilization". The innovation cycle includes the following three phases:

  • Research and development activities are conducted in response to market's prospective demands, to ensure that the R&D activities are linked to key business opportunities;
  • Through our effective IP application system and tools, R&D activities are carefully recorded and processed for intellectual property rights protection (e.g. patents, trademarks and trade secrets);
  • High-value IP helps to facilitate business success, obtain orders from clients, develop more new business opportunities, thereby creating a sustainable positive cycle. In addition, by protecting R&D achievements with intellectual property rights, an IP protective wall is established to prevent others from plagiarizing ASE's technologies and to defend against the threat of competitors with their intellectual property rights, ensuring ASE's operational freedom.

ASE Celebrates the 1,000th U.S. Patent Milestone

We are proud to reach past the 1000 US patent mark in 2019. 'The patent system adds the fuel of interest to the fire of genius' - Abraham Lincoln. How apt, as we continue to invest in research development of advanced IC packaging to drive heterogeneous integration for creating new applications in 5G, AIoT, XR & AI. At ASE, we honor our engineers who've worked hard to develop technologies that make life better.

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