After the most recent buyout, Zilog refocused itself on communications and embedded control applications.

The European Commission's decision comes at the end of nearly two years of deliberation following a complaint to the European Union originally made by Sun Microsystems Inc. (Mountain View, Calif.) in December 1998. The Commission said that Sun alleged that Microsoft breached European Union antitrust rules by engaging in discriminatory licensing and by refusing to supply essential information about its Windows operating systems to allow Sun to write server software.

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