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Thursday, 09 August 2007 07:51

AMD launch a site about Intel's monopoly

Written by David Stellmack

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Primarily on EU antitrust case against Intel


Advanced
Micro Devices has launched another shot across Intel’s bow with the release of its Website, www.breakfree.amd.com .

The site is set up with links to areas of interest in the news and press releases including Antitrust Enforcement; Competition and Innovation in the global marketplace; Public Procurement; and Court Updates and News, which includes AMD’s legal Complaint filed against Intel.
 
AMD is reportedly advertising with Google to promote this Website.  This is an interesting method for AMD to publicly post its position and updates on the Intel antitrust case to the industry and to the public.

Read more about it here.

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