Toronto PC Maker Files $500M Patent Suit Vs. Intel

Law360, New York (May 20, 2004, 12:00 AM EDT) -- Toronto-based All Computers, a manufacturer of computer parts, is seeking $500 million from Intel in a patent infringement lawsuit filed Thursday morning.

In the suit, Toronto-based All Computers alleges that Intel's Pentium processors violate an All Computers patent related to the way high-speed microprocessors operate.

“The '981 patent is a pioneer patent which describes and claims the basic circuitry necessary for the operation of high speed microprocessors, such as the Pentium Processors in the modern circuit board environment. The '981 patent teaches the circuitry utilized to...
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