AMD Describes Antitrust Strategy
Papers are flying in legal offices around the world as a result of Advanced Micro Devices' antitrust lawsuit against Intel, filed earlier this year. The case is not expected to come to trial until next year--assuming it isn't settled by then--but lawyers for both sides are formulating their arguments as documents and data start to flow from the almost 40 hardware industry companies subpoenaed by AMD.
Thomas McCoy sat down with IDG News Service to outline the basic nature of the case against Intel, and provided an early glimpse of the strategy AMD intends to employ against Intel at trial.
Intel's legal team was given a similar opportunity to sit down and discuss the case, but a company spokesperson declined the offer.
An edited transcript of that conversation Here.