** If anyone wants the link to their company and the image associated with it removed send an email to john.rockwell@all400s.com and I'll 
     take care of it.  

Cosco (Dorel Industries)



Mattel (Thomas the Train)

Spectrum (Charter Communications)

Hamilton Beach

Singer (SVP Worldwide)

Newell Rubbermaid

Pearl iZUMi (also Schwinn Bikes / Giant Bicycle TCR)

Kimberly Clark - Kleenex


Macmillan Publishers


Benjamin Moore Paint

Stanley Black & Decker


Corelle (Instant Brands)

Things around the house made by companies who use an AS400 (the IBM i on Power generation)

All of the products and services on this page and the following pages are provided by companies who use an 'AS400' (usually in its' most modern evolution, the IBM i on Power, which is constantly being updated).  If you click on a picture it will take you to the company's site.

Comet Cleanser (KIK

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Curb Credit Card Chaos (a native solution)

Rpt Conversion to PDF/Excel, Electronic Forms/Checks

Modern Integrations (APIs) and Modern DevOps (Git)

Is the 'AS/400' dead?  Yes.     Is the 'AS400' dead?  No.  
How can both statements be true?  Simple - it's literally a matter of semantics.  The original 'AS/400' is definitely dead, while the 'AS400' is definitely alive and as modern as any computer system out there (and more modern than most).  
The 'AS/400' as a combined hardware/operating system that came out in 1988.  Over the years it evolved into other midrange systems - the iSeries, Sytem i, and IBM i - with each evolution far exceeding its' predecessors capabilities.
And here's where the semantics come in.  People liked the 'AS/400' brand name so much that most of them just threw out the '/' and called all of the original's descendants the 'AS400', turning it into a generic name for all of IBM's midrange computers (much to IBM's dismay).