IBM is facing a European Commission antitrust probe over allegations that it has abused its position as a dominant player in the mainframe computer business.

The investigation, according to a statement issued by the EU, is being divided into two separate cases: One looks at a complaint that the company has illegally tied its mainframe hardware to its operating system; the other probes whether IBM has engaged in discriminatory behavior against competing suppliers of maintenance services.

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