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Intel engineer accuses Rambus of incompetence

Posted on Wednesday, August 31 2011 @ 14:13:21 CEST by


X-bit Labs writes Paul Fahey, an Intel engineer called to testify in defense of Hynix and Micron at an antitrust trial in San Francisco, told the court that Rambus' RDRAM technology was not competitive and that the company's engineers were less competent than their peers:
Paul Fahey, an Intel engineer called to testify in defense of Hynix Semiconductor and Micron Technology at an antitrust trial in state court in San Francisco, told jurors that Rambus’s technology was flawed and its engineers less competent than their peers, reports Bloomberg news-agency. Intel did experienced issues with RDRAM, which lead to product delays and lower than expected performance.

Rambus’s insistence on a so-called guillotine contract also led Intel to conclude its alliance with the company was “doomed,” William Swope, a former Intel strategic planning manager, testified.




 



 

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