Broadcom's agreements, according to the FTC, "created insurmountable barriers for companies trying to compete."
didn't Taiwan's drought (and the consequent lack of semiconductor chips) already do that?
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has approved a final order intended to curb Broadcom's "anticompetitive conduct." The order prohibits the Californian semiconductor company from entering into "certain types" of exclusivity or loyalty agreements with customers regarding the supply of silicon for "devices that deliver …
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