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VIA sues Intel

The apogee of today’s development of the “chipset” confrontation between Intel and VIA: the latter filed a patent claim against Intel today, accusing the latter of infringement of its patent rights. Lawsuits filed simultaneously in both Taiwan and the United States. According to VIA, Intel is violating VIA’s intellectual property rights with its 845 chipset and Pentium 4 processor.

Naturally, there is no absurdity in the brought suit: substantiating their claims on the fact that the Pentium 4 P4X266 chipset was released back in June, moreover, it works with DDR memory, and not with SDRAM, like the i845, which officially began shipping only today. Based on the fact that the right to issue chipsets for Pentium 4 belongs to VIA on the basis of the ownership of the S3 and Cyrix (NatSemi) patents, the company’s lawsuit, at least in China, accuses Intel of violating the law against unfair competition, and the responsible Intel employees – in destructive acts aimed at undermining the well-being of VIA. VIA’s requirements are as follows: to receive compensation for the moral and material losses incurred as a result of these actions, as usual.

By the way, as it was announced today by representatives of VIA, today’s claim is only the first in a long series of VIA patent claims, which will get to Taiwanese and North American courts in the near future.

True, it was not without what we simply call a “run over”: one of the VIA executives said that Intel did not ask the company for permission to release the 845 chipset for the P4 processor, and the court is obliged to stop the violation of VIA’s rights related to this product.

So far, Intel has not commented on this development of the situation in any way, but, rest assured, the next episode of this crime series will definitely appear before the end of the day.

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