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AMD Sues Intel !!!
Contributed by: G3nu1n3, at 6/28/2005 08:45:00 PM.

Not long after a much discussed price increase in its own line of dual and single core CPU's, some now more expensive than Intels own comparable line of CPU's, AMD -maker of x86 microprocessors, said Tuesday it had filed an antitrust lawsuit against Intel Corp., the world’s largest maker of chips, in U.S. federal district court for the district of Delaware accusing Intel of unfair competition, which limited market share growth of AMD.

“Everywhere in the world, customers deserve freedom of choice and the benefits of innovation -- and these are being stolen away in the microprocessor market,” said Hector Ruiz, AMD chairman of the board, president and chief executive officer. “Whether through higher prices from monopoly profits, fewer choices in the marketplace or barriers to innovation – people from Osaka to Frankfurt to Chicago pay the price in cash every day for Intel’s monopoly abuses.”


AMD have also setup a website dubbed "Fair and Equal Competition Home" which also lays out the innovation the company has undertaken in the years its been in business. This looks like its going to be a very public fight and Intel has the monetary power to defend itself. Lets hope us consumers don't lose out.

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