Intel and AMD to settle antitrust case?

Posted on Sunday, September 25 2005 @ 21:01 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
The Inquirer writes it's pretty silent regarding AMD's antitrust case against Intel and believes their lawyers may be close to a settlement.
There's several factors that make us wonder whether lawyers for Intel and AMD are hatching up a plan. The first is that the only documents filed in court since the beginning of this month have been Judge Joseph Farnan signing orders on the 8th of September saying that he agreed to deals between Dell/AMD and Rackable/AMD preserving documents in the case.

Since then there has been nary a whisper, although the class actions by individuals and non-computer company third parties have mounted to close to 50 as we go to press. Towards the end of the month there will be a hearing which will consolidate these separate class actions.
Read more at The Inquirer.

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