Software Company Charges IBM With Anticompetitive Behavior

Tuesday Dec 15th 2009 by Staff

A Texas software company is suing IBM, charging the giant computer vendor with anticompetitive behavior against third-party developers of mainframe software.

ChannelWeb: Neon Enterprise Software claimed that IBM was trying to prevent owners of IBM System z mainframes from using Neon's zPrime software for managing compute workloads. The lawsuit was filed in the Austin Division of the United States District Court for the Western District of Texas. Neon argued that IBM's alleged actions violated the Lanham Act and state unfair competition laws, "and that IBM is liable for business disparagement and tortuous interference with prospective contracts," the company said in a statement.
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