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Intel Files Statement With ITC: Qualcomm’s Anticompetitive Practices Are Against the Public Interest

Read our statement filed today with the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) with regard to the serious public-interest issues raised by Qualcomm’s Complaint alleging infringement by certain Apple mobile devices.

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Intel stands with Arizona business in support of the City of Phoenix’s antidiscrimination ordinance

This week, Intel joined other Arizona businesses and business organizations signing an amicus brief to the Arizona Court of Appeals, supporting Phoenix’s antidiscrimination ordinance (Phoenix City Code Section 18-4(B)) which, among other things, prohibits discrimination based on sexual orientation and … Read more >

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Why Intel Filed an Amicus Brief in Support of the FTC’s Complaint Against Qualcomm

Intel has long been one of the world’s leading technology innovators. Over the past decade, Intel has invested billions in developing next-generation technologies that will improve the performance and functionality of modern smartphones and cellular communications. Intel is ready, willing, … Read more >

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THE TRUMP ADMINISTRATION SHOULD KEEP THE U.S. IN THE PARIS CLIMATE PROCESS

By Stephen Harper, Global Director, Environment and Energy Policy at Intel “Reports abound that President Trump will soon announce a decision re whether the United States will remain with the Paris Climate Accord, an international agreement we committed to in … Read more >

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Intel files amicus brief in WiFi-One vs Broadcom case in support of post-grant patent review

A well-functioning patent system that issues high-quality patents is critical to incentivize inventors to bring forward truly worthwhile innovations. At the same time, it is also critical to have an efficient post-grant review available as an alternative to expensive and … Read more >

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Intel signs Human Rights Campaign amicus brief supporting transgender student Gavin Grimm

Today, Intel joined other industry leaders signing a Human Rights Campaign amicus brief to the Supreme Court, supporting Gavin Grimm, a transgender student in Virginia suing his school district for the right to use the bathroom of his choice. Intel … Read more >

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Intel files “Friend of the Court” Brief at the United States Supreme Court in the patent case, TC Heartland LLC vs Kraft Food Brands LLC

This week, Intel filed an amicus brief at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding venue for patent cases in TC Heartland LLC vs Kraft Food Brands LLC.  At issue in the case is whether jurisdiction for where patent cases may be brought … Read more >

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The Importance of Intel’s x86 Intellectual Property

By Steven Rodgers, Executive Vice President and General Counsel Intel co-founder Robert Noyce famously said “innovation is everything.”  Every day, tens of thousands of Intel scientists, engineers and others work to keep Noyce’s vision true.  Beginning with Intel’s release of … Read more >

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Intel files “Friend of the Court” Brief at the United States Supreme Court in the patent case, Impression Products, Inc. vs. Lexmark International, Inc.

On January 24, 2017, Intel filed an amicus brief  at the U.S. Supreme Court regarding the patent exhaustion doctrine in Impression Products, Inc. v. Lexmark International, Inc., requesting that the Supreme Court reverse the lower court’s decision.  The doctrine holds … Read more >

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Intel Supports California’s Historic Energy Efficiency Standards for Computers

By Shahid A. Sheikh, Director Global Product Energy Policy and Regulations On December 14, 2016 the California Energy Commission (CEC) adopted the historic Computers and Monitors energy efficiency standard by a unanimous vote. In what proved to be challenging and … Read more >

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“Closing the Talent Gap in Federal IT” — A Model Congressional Hearing!

By Thomas Gann, Director, Global Public Sector, Government and Policy Group, Intel Corporation It’s fair to say that the terms “Inspirational” and “Congressional hearing” rarely go together.  Too often hearings focus on the scandal of the day or on arcane … Read more >

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