Intel gives 63-page response to AMD's antitrust claim

Posted on Friday, Sep 02 2005 @ 00:21 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Intel recently issued a 63 page filing as a response to AMD's claim that Intel breached antitrust rules. In this document the chip giant simply denies everything AMD accused it for.
The language was not nearly as colourful as AMD's original, filed late in June. It was all about denial, or cognitive dissonance, as we smokers dub denial.

But the filing had faults, because Intel claimed it invented the microprocessor in 1971, which is moot.

After a lengthy and painful to read introduction, Intel got deep into the AMD allegations..
Read on at The Inquirer


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