At 01:32 PM 7/9/98 -0400, Dean Asmussen wrote:
>Yeah, exept IBM kept telling their sales reps that there was "no performance
>difference between the S/36EE and native SSP".  Tell that to my client who's
>month-end process went from two hours on a 5363 to nearly all _day_ on a C10!
>And calling a Y10 an "AS/Entry" machine?  Sheesh!  Thank heavens the (short-
>lived) 436 made up for its predecessors' poor performance!

Our first 400 was a B10 with 16MB of RAM. There were so many complaints that 
IBM actually gave an additional 16MB to everyone that had that configuration. 
It was pretty feeble. I always liked the AS/Entry. Of course I drove to work in 
a Ford Probe.

Pete Hall
peteh@inwave.com 
http://www.inwave.com/~peteh/

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