Centerprise International, Ltd. was a British corporation that used Dynamic Random Access Memory (DRAM), a common type of memory chip sold around the world, in the manufacture of computers.

Centerprise brought an antitrust class action in the United States pursuant to the Clayton Act. Centerprise alleged that Micron Technology, Inc. and a large number of other domestic and foreign semiconductor manufacturers (defendants) engaged in a global conspiracy to fix DRAM prices, thereby raising the price of DRAM in both the United States and foreign countries.