Intel had 6 “not allowed"
According to foreign media reports, Intel and AMD anti-trust settlement reached, the provisions of the agreement, Intel must comply with six major business criteria.
Last Thursday, Intel reached a settlement with the AMD and Intel will pay AMD 1.25 billion U.S. dollars, so as to solve all the anti-trust between the two sides and patent infringement litigation.
As part of the settlement agreement, Intel agreed to comply with a range of business codes of conduct, but both the two sides did not disclose the specific content of those standards of conduct.
Recently the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) K8 documents show that Intel is subject to the 6 which are not allowed:
1. Intel can not provide any benefits to customers in exchange for customer agreements, and commit to purchase only Intel processors.
2. Intel can not provide any benefits to customers in exchange for customer agreements, commitments to limit or postpone the purchase of AMD processors.
3. Intel is not providing any benefits to customers in exchange for customer agreements, a commitment to limit the promotion, production or distribution of the use of AMD PC processor.
4. Intel is not providing any benefits to customers in exchange for customer agreement, promise to give up or delay to participate in AMD's product releases, advertising or other promotional activities.
5. Intel, retailers or distributors are not allowed to provide any benefit to asking them to limit or postpone the purchase or distribution of AMD processor-based PC, or other platforms.
6. Who do not meet Intel's limited manufacturers and Intel may not be threatened.
According to the agreement, the above six restriction period for Intel for 10 years.
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