David,
Blue stripes denote AS/400e systems, and the red stripes are for AS/400e
servers (geared for client/server batch-type processing).

HTH,
Jeff

Jeff Velten, Operations Analyst
The AT-A-GLANCE Group - http://www.at-a-glance.com
Phone: (607) 563-9411 x679
Fax: (607) 563-8811





"David Gibbs" <david.gibbs@silvon.com> on 01/06/98 12:29:49 PM

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Greetings!
First off, NO... I'm not talking about beer!
Anyone know the significance of the stripe color on the new "e"
series systems?
We just received a brand new 620, and instead of the red stripe on
the system, it has a blue stripe.
Thanks!
david
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