Chip giant Intel has said that the only action it will take against renegade preferred dealer Select Micro Systems (SMS) is to remove it from that category.
The company today said that it declined to comment on allegations that Intel executives had threatened general manager Ken Catto or any of his employees at his Portland, Oregon offices.
Said a representative: "As far as the allegations of harassment are concerned, the only action that Intel has taken - or plans to take - is the removal of Ken from the IPD programme."
The company declines to comment on Catto's allegations that dealers were misled over the Pentium "Classic" programme or over availability of the Pentium Pro.
Nor will Intel comment on the removal of Catto's name from Intel's Usenet groups apart from saying he indulged in "profanity", without spelling it out.
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