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Discussion in 'Politics & Current Events' started by MikeLastort2, Jun 29, 2005.
This could get intersting. Or ugly. Or both.
I was reading that yesterday.....looks very ugly....or good for some!
I am surprised this didn't come out when the MS case was hot and heavy.
What is the market share that AMD has? This should be an interesting case, especially in light of the developments with Apple.
AMD has a market share around 10%.
AMD has a sweet case!
I am hoping they pull this one off!..It will open alot of pending cases!
Does linspire ring any bells?
The link is to AMD's site...not exactly a subjective source. It will be interesting to see how this develops.
As a consumer, I have seen capacity increase while prices fall on Intel-powered machines. In a market that has long been famous for small, innovative companies coming out of nowhere to become players, I question the legitimacy of AMD's issues, their complaint notwithstanding. You can claim anything but proving it is something else.
All of this smacks of the MS suit that triggered an unnaturally steep decline in tech stocks.
Thing is, AMD has been around for awhile now. They aren't new to the industry by any means. If Intel has done what they are accused of, then they are guility of anti-trust violations. It will be interesting to see who AMD can get to testify against Intel.
I linked to the site because they have a PDF of the actual document that was presented to the federal court.
I tried to find something from an unbiased news site, but just about every story I found either took AMD's side or Intel's side.
So here's the reply from Intel's web site.
Please see a financial advisor. There was nothing unnatural about it.