Rochester, MN – As you know, IBM is a politically correct and an environmentally conscious company.
Because of the success of the new System i and i on Power systems there has been a growing surplus of the old model AS/400s. With the concerns of overburdened landfills and in this age of recycling and protecting our environment, IBM has announced a new program for recycling these older AS/400s. The program is called RECYCLE/400.
For a minimal fee IBM will take your old AS/400 and convert it to a useful product.
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