Hello Niraj,

Good Evening!
I have an answer to this question.
We were given the following information during our initial days of training.

Actually the system was initially designed to accommodate/provide services
to a maximum of 400 users synchronously.

Thus AS/400 holds for Application system initially designed for 400 users.

I am also curious to hear more comments from experts.

Thanks,
Muthu

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Hi
I have very basic question in my mind from long time that
In as/400 i know application system but what is the significance of 400.Is
this any I.C(Integreted circuit) no or what else.
PLs guide me.

Thanks
Niraj khot
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