Intel revives old dispute with AMD appealing to a fine of $1,450 million
In 2009, the Commission hosted a complaint by amd against intel to “make it hard” business in the field of microchips, which had a historic result for AMD: a fine of $ $ 1,450 million for Intel. Now the company has not paid the amount, attempts to appeal the decision three years ago, arguing that the Commission was not enough evidence to make the decision.
And according to the affected, in Europe too was taken into account the views and arguments of some assemblers like Dell, HP, Lenovo and NEC, although AMD for an investigation of nearly eight years reveals monopolistic practices Intel.
This opens an old and great discussion between both companies, who are competing in the market starkly hardware platforms, one of the most important demands that we have seen in recent times, a fine shocking and now being revived to provide entertainment those who like to see companies struggle.
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