Intel may have been let off the hook by the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) but its anti-trust woes are not at an end.
Alabama judge Edwin Wilson yesterday denied the chip giant a summary judgement to end the case between it and Intergraph.
Intergraph is pursuing its case against Intel because it claims Intel uses monopolistic ways and means to do business.
Intel will appeal against Judge Nelson's ruling in a case that is set to be heard next February.
Yesterday we reported that Intel faces another anti-trust suit from US company Multivideo. An Intel UK representative said today that it would contest the case vigorously, and believed it had no merit.
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