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EU launches antitrust probe into IBM

Posted on Tuesday, July 27 2010 @ 22:11:22 CEST by


BusinessWeek reports IBM is being investigated by the EU over claims its abused its position in the mainframe computer market:
The probe will review claims IBM linked sales of its hardware to its software for mainframe computers and that IBM discriminated against competing sellers of services for the computers, the Brussels-based European Commission said in a statement today. IBM said the probe was the result of a campaign by “proxies” of competitors led by Microsoft Corp.

The commission, the antitrust regulator for the 27-nation EU, said the probe is partially in response to a complaint by T3 Technologies Inc., which Microsoft invested in. T3 makes software that transfers mainframe functions to servers that can run Microsoft’s Windows operating system.




 



 

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