Tuesday, April 10, 2007

AMD should definitely seek terminating sanction

It seems that Intel won't be able to produce the deleted emails. Those emails worth at lest $8 billion dollars.

12 Comments:

Blogger Dr Blog said...

Any judge not on Dell's payroll would move to vacate Intel's claims, and grant summary judgment to AMD, however Intel has a lot more money than OJ Simpson and we must wait to see if the glove fits Intel's greedy backstabbing hands. It will fit, just as it did in every antitrust case against all other Japanese companies. They all lost in their own home town against a Japanese’s manufacturer, Intel had to pay the man, AMD. Nixon only erased a few tapes while Intel has deleted them all.
Intel used Dell to try to bankrupt AMD by killing their channel and then destroying their best Free advertisement, Alien ware, who now only sell’s Intel trash 32 bit white boxes. How sad, I never would have guessed InDell to promote so strongly 32 bit crap that will all be "Shit Canned" at the end of this year for tens of millions of dollars. The best deal on an InDell PC will be dumpster diving later this year, as 70 percect of all software will be 64 bit and won’t run on an InDell’s toy computer. Serious Consultants all agree; SBS =64 bit only, Exchange 2007=64 bit only, Solidworks=64 bit only, AutoCAD 2007=64 bit only, most games=64 bit only. Moreover, all recommended AMD Architecture systems for superior performance Longhorn server=64 bit only. Intel is the only reason we have an inferior 32 bit Vista OS according to game manufactures like bungee, who had to delay shipment to verify their games could work somewhat with the inferior Vista 32-bit code. Many others will not, like HDV, only available in 64 bit, as with many other formats. I have discovered the secret to the battle. AMD users can walk, chew gum, Drive their car, talk on the cell phone, and check their email, while sending MP3’s and checking the weather and getting their plane gate times off their PDA, while InDellers can only walk and talk at the same time but not without serious consequences should they try chewing gum, like wreaking their car or getting lost. LOL  Heres the picture AMD = True Multitasking. InDell = single threaded operations only, more than one could result in loss of life.

Roger

2:20 AM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger Randy Allen said...

They should just take the court case to Judge Judy. She'll have it all sorted out in a half hour including ad breaks!

2:22 AM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger BlueVetteKid said...

AMD will win $30 billion from Intel.

7:03 AM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger BlueVetteKid said...

More: AMD stock might languish for a while, even if Barcelona kicks ass. But then you're going to wake up, turn on CNBC, and find that AMD all of a sudden has $40 per share in a jury award coming to it.

I saw this 20 years ago when Texaco had to file for Chapter 11 when Penzoil won a $10 billion lawsuit (biggest in history, at the time).

I think AMD will probably be awarded damages of $5-$10 billion, which could/will be trebled to $15-$30 billion.

The high point is going to be Intel -- the preeminent technology company -- claiming that it 'accidentally' erased e-mails. This isn't a food company or a brokerage company claiming ignorance of modern technology, it's a company that has earned $100 billion since 1990 which is going to claim "There was nothing on the emails, your Honor, but we lost them all because we're not very good with computers."

Look for Intel's lawyers to be making the rounds of Jay Leno jokes soon after.

7:07 AM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger LeeCooper said...

Unbelievable, Impossible, Incredible... Invisible!!!

Intel must pay for the things that they have done.

Just two weeks away!

K10 high-end quad-core processor, RD790 chipset with PCI Express 2.0 and HyperTransport 3.0 and R600 graphics processor!!!

LOL

7:14 AM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger Ho Ho said...

leecooper
"Just two weeks away!"

Two weeks? I think it is closer to two months.

7:23 AM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger Roborat, Ph. D. said...

AMD will never win this case simply because they hired kindergarten teachers instead of real lawyers.

"Although Intel has agreed to restore all data captured in the thousands of backup tapes it made and preserved, no one can say with any degree of confidence that this will put Humpty-Dumpty back together again," said AMD in a statement.

10:17 AM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger Jeach! said...

AMD will never win this case simply because they hired kindergarten teachers instead of real lawyers.

That was just to facilitate the communication between the kindergarten teachers Intel hired instead of real System Admins.

11:02 AM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger pointer said...

Jeach! said...

AMD will never win this case simply because they hired kindergarten teachers instead of real lawyers.

That was just to facilitate the communication between the kindergarten teachers Intel hired instead of real System Admins.


no, I don't think Intel will hire you.

11:16 AM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger BlueVetteKid said...

Actually, I think that while Intel will appeal any negative verdict, they will settle quickly with AMD and agree to some consent-decree baloney, much like MSFT did with the DOJ and EU.

What I find suprsising is the DOK and FTC. They always go after MSFT but haven't said a thing about INTC's predatory pricing and exclusivity deals with Dell, etc.

I can only surmise that Intel -- based in California with 54 congressional representatives -- has more clout than Washington State (with 5).

12:01 PM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger Jeach! said...

no, I don't think Intel will hire you.

And that fact isn't keeping me from a good night sleep!

What I find suprsising is the DOK and FTC. They always go after MSFT but haven't said a thing about INTC's predatory pricing and exclusivity deals with Dell, etc.

In case you haven't noticed the pattern. If the DOJ was to go after a company when their stock is at a 52 week hight, all the stock holders would complain and cry foul. It's when a companies stock is at a 52 week low and has been there for a while that usually the DOJ and SEC sniff around. I would assume this is because stockholders lose patience and then complaints are made.

7:09 PM, April 11, 2007  
Blogger Randy Allen said...

AMD can't win this case for one simple reason. They'll run out of money to pay their lawyers. Even if the judge does rule in favour of AMD Intel can simply appeal the ruling. This process can take years. By then AMD will be BK and there will be no-one for Intel to give any money to.

8:35 PM, April 12, 2007  

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