Congress Steps Up Pressure in Intel Chip Case at ITC
Pennsylvania-based Tiny X2Y says Intel's microprocessors infringe its patents. It wants the ITC to block their importation and by extension, all the computers that use them.
But the outcome of the case may turn on more than just the merits of the patents.
By Jenna Greene|August 28, 2012
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When Intel Corp. and X2Y Attenuators LLC squared off at the International Trade Commission last week, it was no ordinary patent fight over microprocessors.
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