All Computers sues Intel for half a billion dollars

A Canadian firm wants half a billion US dollars in damages against Intel as well as a permanent injunction and is claiming that Chipzilla's technology is based on a patent it owns. The firm said it had contacted Intel about patent 5,506,981 and offered to license it but the firm ignored its no doubt kind offer. The patent describes circuitry required for the operation of high speed CPUs such as Pentium processors, claims All.

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News source: The Inquirer

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