CHIP FIRM AMD presented a motion to compel Intel to produce information about its foreign microprocessor customers.
That follows an earlier ruling by the court just before the New Year that Intel should share information about foreign transactions in the antitrust case brought against it by AMD. Intel decided not to contest that court ruling.
The filing says: "Intel has unilaterally drawn a curtain on its dealings with foreign microprocessor customers - customers, who by its own assertion, account for roughly 70% of worldwide sales."
The purpose of the move to compel is to cause the court to take into account other information about foreign manufacturing that was struck by the judge in the case last October.