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The EU's antitrust ruling against Intel is making lots of waves in the blogosphere at the moment.
The Opteron permanently dispelled any notion of AMD as an "Intel clone" manufacturer. Innovative in any number of ways and with a vastly superior architecture, in the end Intel was forced to clone AMD's approach with the Nehalem processor.
But I find it instructive that a large part of why AMD exists and has thrived is due to that old 600lb gorilla of the ICT world, IBM. Here's the chain of events:
So without IBM first requiring AMD have access to Intel's designs to get a foothold in the marketplace, AMD might not have survived. And that would have been a serious tragedy for innovation and progress in the CPU world.