So you are saying that Intel has admitted lying to the world in 2001 when this came out, and specifically to the multitudes of technology companies attending the 2001 Intel Forum for whom this document was created.
Please reproduce a quote from a high-level Intel executive to corroborate your contention. You can't, and I don't think the jury would buy that explanation either.
Intel intended Rambus for it's mainstream memory for several generations of their chipsets as this document indicates.
During the trial, it was discovered that Intel had an internal roadmap which was moving away from RDRAM, and was forced to display an external roadmap due to arbitration while trying to cut ties with Ramscam.
I thought you were paying attention to the trial, or are you only looking for facts which bolster your beliefs?