Ex-Apple chip exec claims Apple is trying to “stifle” new technology, staff poaching

e of Apple’s current lawsuit with its former chief chip architect, Gerard Williams, II. During a recent hearing of the case, Williams said that Apple has recruited employees for his new startup Nuvia and that the lawsuit is being used to “stifle the creati of new technologies and solutis by a new company…”

Williams has left Apple in the beginning of last year after having spent nine years in the role of head of the A-series chip of the architect. Last fall, we learned that his new startup, Nuvia has been focused the manufacturing of chips for large data centers in order to provide more efficacy and safety than existing products in the space of companies like Intel and AMD.

Then, in December, the news broke about Apple filing a complaint against Williams for the planning of his new business while ctinuing to Apple and also poaching Apple employees for Nuvia. In the pre-trial, Apple was awarded two movements, while Williams has w a.

Today, Bloomberg the reports that Williams has claimed that Apple poached from his boot, and that the trial is an attempt to “stifle the creati of new technologies and solutis by a new company…”

It may be some time before the verdict in the case, but whatever the result, e prosecutor said that the decisi will be “revolutiary”.

Gerard Williams III, who co-founded Nuvia Inc. after having worked as a lead chip architect for Apple until February 2019, claims that Apple’s lawsuit is designed to “stifle the creati of new technologies and solutis by a new business, and decrease the freedom of entrepreneurs to search for more fulfilling work,” according to a court filing.

Apple “seeks to improperly discourage employees from making even preliminary and legally protected in preparatis to form a new business — whether in competiti or otherwise,” Williams said in the filing in state court in San Jose, California.

Williams has left Apple in the beginning of last year after having spent nine years in the role of head of the A-series chip of the architect. Last fall, we learned that his new startup, Nuvia has been focused the manufacturing of chips for large data centers in order to provide more efficacy and safety than existing products in the space of companies like Intel and AMD.

Gerard Williams III, who co-founded Nuvia Inc. after having worked as a lead chip architect for Apple until February 2019, claims that Apple’s lawsuit is designed to “stifle the creati of new technologies and solutis by a new business, and decrease the freedom of entrepreneurs to search for more fulfilling work,” according to a court filing.

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