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AMD Subpoenas More Intel Customers

Friday 7 October 2005 @ 7:14 pm

After more than 3 months, we might have already forgotten about the antitrust lawsuit filed by AMD (Advanced Micro Devices) against Intel. Anyway, there is something new going on.

We have seen a few companies have been subpoenaed 3 months back. This week, AMD served subpoenas on a few more Intel customers to help in the investigation. AMD clarified that they are not going to sue any of these subpoenaed companies and see those third party companies as victims of Intel’s misconduct.
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AMD Subpoenas More Intel Customers




Intel CEO : Intel Will Win

Thursday 21 July 2005 @ 12:32 am

Now everyone knows, AMD sued Intel in U.S. District Court and in Japan early this month.

Anyway, Intel president and CEO Paul Otellini dismissed charges from Advanced Micro Devices Inc. in Japan on Tuesday, July 17, 2005. He denies the claims that Intel illegally dampened competition in the microprocessor market and said that Intel only agreed to sanctions in a recent ruling in Japan in an effort to resolve the legal suit.

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“I want to be absolutely clear where Intel stands,” Otellini said during a conference with press and analysts Tuesday as the company released its second-quarter earnings report. “Intel competes aggressively and fairly around the world. This formula has led to Intel’s success and it will not change. … We unequivocally disagree with AMD’s claims and are confident this latest suit, like the others, will be resolved favorably for Intel.”

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Intel CEO : Intel Will Win




The Fight Starts – AMD vs Intel

Sunday 17 July 2005 @ 5:24 pm

According to representatives for AMD and Intel said on Friday, July 15, 2005, lawyers with the two companies will sit down in August to discuss for the first time their latest antitrust case.

Quoted:
The meeting has been scheduled for the first week of August 2005. Attorneys are expected to swap names and addresses of people and documents they are likely to use at trial to defend their side of the story.

By the way, Intel has until Sept. 6, 2005 to file a response to AMD’s complaints, court documents filed in Delaware show either to deny all claims, or, you know…… :D
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The Fight Starts – AMD vs Intel




AMD Chip In New Fujitsu Siemens PC

Thursday 14 July 2005 @ 1:49 am

Fujitsu-Siemens
After filing suit against Intel 2 weeks ago , AMD finds its chips taking a prominent place in PC market as Fujitsu Siemens has launched new PC with AMD chip. :)

Fujitsu-Siemens is taking orders for Esprimo E small form-factor PC and Esprimo P tower models with AMD processors, and will ship them at the end of the month to customers in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, according to Fujitsu-Siemens spokesperson Sabine Twest. For more information of Fujitsu-Siemens Esprimo E and P models, please visit their product webpage.

In the lawsuit filed June 28 in the U.S., AMD wrote that its chips once powered over 30 percent of Fujitsu-Siemens’ consumer PCs, but that in early 2003, they claimed that “Intel offered Fujitsu-Siemens a ‘special discount’ on Celeron processors which Fujitsu-Siemens accepted in exchange for hiding its AMD computers on its website and removing all references to commercial AMD-powered products in the company’s retail catalog.” Seems that, Fujitsu-Siemens scared of the lawsuit. =))
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AMD Chip In New Fujitsu Siemens PC




AMD vs Intel Lawsuit Continues …

Monday 11 July 2005 @ 1:28 am

As the AMD sued Intel case continues, here is another update to the antitrust lawsuit.

Six distributors have been subpoenaed in the antitrust lawsuit filed by Advanced Micro Devices alleges that the six distributors received financial or other pressure from Intel. This including the following claims :-
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AMD vs Intel Lawsuit Continues …




AMD Allowed To See Third-Party Documents

Wednesday 6 July 2005 @ 1:20 pm

As the AMD sued Intel case continues, here is an update to the antitrust lawsuit.

AMD has won a motion to serve document preservation subpoenas against computer makers, retailers, distributors and small system builders almost immediately after filing the motion Friday, July 1, 2005, as part of its claim that Intel is violating the antitrust law and put pressure on their vendors to use its x86 processors rather than AMD’s. In other words, AMD is granted to right to view third party’s documents, including their vendors’ communication logs and documents.

It is no doubt, the use of such documentary evidence is expected to play a key role as AMD attempts to prove its antitrust suit in the District Court of Delaware.

Quoted:
The motion sought a judicial order permitting AMD to “preserve relevant evidence that is in the possession of specified third-parties.” The company said its lawyers will now “engage in discussions with 30 third-parties in an effort to implement the order so as to preserve evidence while imposing on them as little an administrative burden as possible.”

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AMD Allowed To See Third-Party Documents




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