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February 17, 1988


By CBR Staff Writer

Zilog Inc, Campbell, California, still an uneasy appendage of Exxon Enterprises, is claiming a significant victory in its litigation with NEC Corp over the Japanese company’s alleged non compliance with the 1983 agreement under which Zilog was to second source NEC’s V-series microprocessors: Zilog’s claim alleges that the continuing litigation between NEC and Intel Corp makes the consideration given by NEC to Zilog, for second source rights to the V-Series inadequate; NEC’s motion for dismissal of Zilog’s claim was denied by the court.

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