Intel beats AMD in court

By Derek Sooman on
"The EC's determination that the requested documents are unwanted and unlikely to be reviewed, weighs against granting any portion of AMD's application." - US District of San Jose Judge James Ware.

AMD has been making an attempt to get the US court to obtain some 60,000 pages of Intel documents, which AMD believes demonstrates that Intel is guilty of anti-competitive behaviour. The European Commission, whom AMD wanted to show the documents to, is currently investigating AMD's allegations that Intel used its marketing muscle to discourage European PC makers from sourcing processors from AMD.

It has just been revealed that AMD's attempt has failed.

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