Intel said it would appeal against a federal judge's demand that it work with workstation maker Intergraph on the same terms as other suppliers of high end computers. The judge said Intel has acted illegally by cutting Intergraph off from new product information because of an ongoing patent dispute between the two. Judge Edwin Nelson ruled that Intergraph needed this information to remain competitive and ordered Intel to do business with it, despite the patent quarrel.
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