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Antitrust: ahora AMD denuncia a Intel... y luego quien?!
Enviado por el día 30 de Junio de 2005 a las 04:21
AMD busca ahora la protección del estado... parece que se hará costumbre que los competidores segundones busquen ayuda del gobierno para compensar su ineficiencia... y lamentablemente ya hay un precedente: el caso Microsoft...
AMD Files Antitrust Suit Against Intel
Lawsuit accuses the chip maker of coercing customers into using its products.
John Blau, IDG News Service
Tuesday, June 28, 2005
Advanced Micro Devices has filed a wide-ranging antitrust suit against Intel, accusing it of maintaining its monopoly in the PC processor market by illegally coercing customers around the world into using its products, AMD says.
The suit, filed in U.S. District Court for the District of Delaware, identifies 38 companies on three continents that were allegedly coerced by Intel, including large-scale computer makers, small system builders, wholesale distributors, and retailers, according to a statement from AMD, in Sunnyvale, California.
The 48-page complaint alleges that Intel used illegal subsidies to win sales, and in some cases threatened companies with "severe consequences" for using or selling AMD products.
A spokesperson for Intel in Hong Kong says the company had yet to receive formal notice from AMD or the U.S. courts about a complaint.
"We won't have any comment until we do," says Intel spokesperson Laura Anderson.
The case pits Intel's main rival against the world's largest manufacturer of microprocessors in what could be a long and tough legal fight.
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