Via vows Intel lawsuit defense

Share on facebook
Share on twitter
Share on linkedin
Share on whatsapp
Via vows Intel lawsuit defense

Just days before the launch of its first microprocessor, Via Technologies announced it will contest an intellectual property lawsuit brought by chip-making giant Intel.

The suit is one of many pending legal actions between the two companies in connection with a 1998 licensing agreement that would have allowed Via to make Intel-compatible chipsets.

Via’s low-cost Joshua processor, which will provide performance equivalent to Intel’s Celeron processors running at 433 MHz, 466 MHz and 500 MHz, will be released this week.

The full story is posted online at www.news.com.

Author