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January 5, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Western Design Center Inc, the Mesa, Arizona company that designed the 16-bit version of the 6502 microprocessor used in Apple Computer’s IIgs, is at the receiving end of a $10m lawsuit from Milpitas, California-based California Micro Devices Corp and has responded with a countersuit of its own: GTE Communications Systems, sold to California Micro in August, had rights to make Western Design Center parts, and the issue is whether those rights passed to California Micro when it bought the GTE unit.

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