Bloomberg is reporting that VIA may have chalked up a win in its ongoing patent infringement battles with Intel.
Taipei, Nov. 26 (Bloomberg) -- Intel Corp., the world's biggest maker of chipsets, said a recent U.S. court ruling in favor of rival Via Technologies Inc. is a partial victory and doesn't mark the end of the legal dispute between the two.A separate Pentium 4 lawsuit is still pending.
Last week, the U.S. District Court in San Jose threw out one of three patent infringement suits filed by Intel against Via, Taiwan's No. 1 maker of chipsets. The dispute centers around allegations Via used intellectual property used in Intel's Pentium 3 processor in a chipset the Taiwanese company designed to support a processor from Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
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