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IBM subpoenas Intel in SCO case

IBM, sued by the SCO Group for allegedly violating its Unix contract by moving OS technology to Linux, subpoenaed Intel in the case.

IBM, sued by the SCO Group for allegedly violating its Unix contract by moving operating-system technology to Linux, subpoenaed chipmaker Intel in the case on Jan. 27. The subpoena requests that Intel provide all documents concerned with the case that it has, including evidence SCO provided for its allegations and Intel's analyses of the case.

IBM also requested any documents regarding contacts, meetings, contracts and business relations with SCO and its chief shareholder, Canopy Group.