Ya, and I think tape drives, as well.

You misunderstood my point.  The 25% guestimate was intended as the maximum
you could get.  Then figure the normal sell-through ratio on THAT


| -----Original Message-----
| From:
| []On Behalf Of Brad Jensen
| Sent: Wednesday, December 05, 2001 11:28 AM
| To:
| Subject: Re: Writing multiple CD volumes for the AS/400?
| > David B~~, President of BCC, posted to this list a while back.
| You might
| > contact him to see how tough a market this is.  My guess is
| that his target
| > audience is some smaller segment of the total 400 market (maybe
| 25%...?).
| > Those companies that are willing to take a risk to save some
| bucks and/or
| > get an improvement over IBM's offerings.
| Are they the guys selling disk drives? To me there is a lot of
| difference.
| I'll take 25% of the AS/400 market for tape drives, thank you.
| In a flash.
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