I have no desire to further this detour.Chevrolets.
On the other hand, the fact is that you drove Chevrolets. Those are all
Chevrolets. They are unique models within GM, but they are all
I maintain IBM could make the whole discussion go away by proclaiming a
"Silverlake" division, embracing all of the various Silverlake models,
from Sys/3 to the i.
On 5/7/2013 11:37 AM, DrFranken wrote:
Four letters, not that hard to memorize: IBM i. AS/400 is so last
Besides just like GM, IBM hasn't changed their name. GM Changes names
too. The first truck I drove from them was a 'Custom 20' or C20 now they
have Colorado, Avalanche, Silverado. And nobody whines....
- Larry "DrFranken" Bolhuis
On 5/7/2013 12:23 PM, Booth Martin wrote:
Why? Why does someone need to spend hours memorizing confusing names
and genealogy before one can even begin to understand a product?
If GM can keep the Chevrolet nameplate for 80+ years without it being
stale then it'd seem a no-brainer for IBM to keep the AS400 badge alive.
On 5/7/2013 11:14 AM, Trevor Perry wrote:
You may need to understand these, first..
On 5/7/13 11:51 AM, "John Mathew" <johnmathew400@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Can some one please answer below quires.
Why AS/400 has become so popular.
What the advantages of AS/400.
Why Client/Business prefer AS/400 server comparatively other server.
Who are the major customers of AS/400.
Total number of AS/400 customers.
Architecture of AS/400.
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