Intel alleged that a few days before leaving, "Rivers tried to access and copy a 'top secret' designated Intel file that Intel's electronic security system blocked from being copied."
Chipzilla said the document was related to what it was at pains to say is its "independent" work to productize the 3D XPoint tech into its Optane product line. In other words, blueprints secret to Intel. No one outside Intel, "including Micron" had been privy to such data, the complaint alleged.
Ex-Intel employee tried to steal Optane tech for Micron
Posted on Friday, Nov 30 2018 @ 13:37 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck