From: Leif Svalgaard <firstname.lastname@example.org> > From: reeve.fritchman <email@example.com> > "The new pricing structure, Jarman says, comes in response to customer > requests for IBM to get rid of interactive features, limits, and levels. > [...]with huge increases in price/performance for customers who need 5250 > capabilities, and Standard Edition, sharply discounted for customers who > don't need the performance-optimized computing environment." > > read this carefully.... > "huge increases in price/performance" > let me see. a huge increase in price over performance means that with the same performance the price goes up a lot, or for the same price, the performance is lowered a lot.
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