But receives 30-day stay of execution
INTEL HAS BEEN ISSUED with an injunction, banning it from "manufacturing, using selling, offering to sell or importing into the United States Intel's Itanium or Itanium 2 processors or any colorable. imitation thereof."
The chipmaker has thirty days, however, to pay Intergraph $150 million before the injunction comes into effect. It can also now appeal the decision by the Texan district court, which decided Intel had infringed Intergraph's patents in the design of the processor and earlier this week scuppered the chipmaker's petition for a re-trial.