IBM PS/2 SERVER 85 (9585-0X6, 0XA AND 0XF)
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Announcement Letter Number 192-224 dated September 21, 1992
US - Last Revised on September 21, 1992



Brief Description of Announcement, Charges, and Availability

       The PS/2 (R) Server 85 (9585-0X6, 0XA and 0XF) systems are
powerful, floor-standing computers that combine processor
performance, large data storage capacities, and enhanced system
expandability.  These systems are specifically designed to support
the demand of network servers, multi-user host, and advanced business
and technical applications.
       Featured with these new systems are three models offering
either a 104MB (million bytes) 212MB or 400MB hard disk, a 2.88MB
diskette drive and 8MB of 70ns parity memory expandable to 64MB on
the system board.  The standard SVGA display adapter, when used in
conjunction with IBM's newly announced 95XX color displays, is
designed to provide International Organization for Standardization
(ISO) capable enhanced ergonomic benefits in the form of reduced
screen flicker at VGA resolution and 256 colors.
       The IBM PS/2 Server 85 models feature a unique system board
design that contains an i486SX-33 (1) microprocessor.  For customers
who require floating-point processing or additional processing power,
a second microprocessor socket is provided for the installation of an
IBM PS/2 486-33/66 Microprocessor Upgrade Option, the newly announced
double-clocked microprocessor option that operates externally at
33MHz and internally at 66MHz.
       The advanced capability of IBM's Micro Channel (R)
architecture is exploited in these new models with enhanced
performance functions that include 32-bit DMA, Vital Product Data
System Control Block and 40MB/second data streaming.  Also integrated
on the system board are electronic modules to support the standard
enhanced small computer system interface (SCSI) with cache.
       As a result of IBM's continued commitment to improve product
reliability, the new premier PS/2 line, including all 9585 models,
have an on-site, three-year warranty.  However, an optional one-year
warranty is available via special bid.
NOTE:  This device has not been approved by the Federal
Communications Commission.  This device is not, and may not be,
offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased until the approval of
the FCC has been obtained.
Planned Availability:  December 1992.
 (R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines
   Corporation.
 (1) Registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
IN BRIEF . . .
o   Intel (1) 486SX-33MHz processor
o   Second processor socket for IBM PS/2 486-33/66 Microprocessor
    Upgrade Option
o   Three-year, on-site warranty
o   Advanced Micro Channel exploitation that includes 40MB/sec data
    streaming
o   8MB standard memory -- expandable to 64MB on the system board
o   104MB (0X6), 212MB (0XA) or 400MB (0XF) disk model -- up to 3.2GB
    (gigabytes) of fast access hard disk storage
o   SVGA display adapter providing flicker-free operation at VGA
    resolution
o   Enhanced SCSI with cache integrated on the system board
o   Five internal storage device bays supporting 5.25-inch half-high
    drives and two 3.5-inch half-high drives
o   Eight 32-bit Micro Channel (R) expansion slots (one used for an
    SVGA display adapter)


Customer Letter Section

DESCRIPTION
INVESTMENT PROTECTION
All of the new PS/2 Server 85 models are based on IBM's Micro Channel
architecture, thus providing compatibility with a wide range of
existing Micro Channel hardware and software applications.  The
enhanced performance functions, 32-bit DMA, Vital Product Data and
System Control Block support, exploit the advanced capabilities of
IBM's Micro Channel architecture.
       The PS/2 Model 85 mechanical platform provides up to seven
file storage bays.  Two 3.5-inch bays are used for the 2.88MB
diskette drive and the standard SCSI hard disk drive.  Four available
5.25-inch or 3.5-inch bays can accommodate four more SCSI disk drives
providing expansion of up to 3.2GB of storage in the 9585-0XF model
(two 1GB SCSI hard disk drives and three 400MB SCSI hard disk
drives).  Various device combinations of 3.5-inch, with or without
removable media, and 5.25-inch, half or full high form factors, can
be installed providing a high degree of flexibility in storage
configurations.  A total of eight 32-bit Micro Channel I/O slots are
provided (one slot is used for the SVGA Display Adapter).  The
remaining seven slots are available for future expansion and growth.
GROWTH ENABLEMENT
The PS/2 Server 85 supports rapidly expanding customer growth
requirements through expansion features.  For customers who require
floating-point processing or additional processing power, a second
microprocessor socket is provided on the system board for the
installation of the IBM PS/2 486-33/66 Microprocessor Upgrade Option.
       Enhanced SCSI with cache integrated on the system board allows
customers the ability to attach additional industry standard storage
devices.  Thus, the ability to increase system storage to meet the
user's changing needs is provided.
       The PS/2 Model 85 mechanical platform provides up to seven
file storage bays.  Various combinations of 3.5-inch and 5.25-inch
storage devices can be internally installed providing a high degree
of flexibility in storage configurations.
       The 9585 has a total of eight 32-bit Micro Channel I/O slots
(one slot is used for the SVGA Display Adapter).  The remaining seven
slots are available for future expansion and growth.
       The powerful 486SX microprocessors in the 9585 provide
internal processing speed of 33MHz.  However, even greater system
throughput and balanced performance is achieved by combining this
processor power with IBM Micro Channel architecture with advanced
functions, high-performance SCSI hard disks, and 32-bit busmaster
SCSI with cache.
       The new PS/2 9585 models feature improved reliability,
availability and serviceability (RAS), increasing customer
productivity by significantly improving the reliability of the
system.  This is reflected in the enhanced three-year warranty for on
these systems.
SYSTEMS MANAGEMENT
The following features of the PS/2 Server 85 make it well-suited for
customers who require business solutions that will simplify the
management of their data processing systems:
o   The standard PS/2 Micro Channel architecture
o   Easy-to-install system and options
o   Hardware and software compatible with the wide range of existing
    non-IBM Micro Channel compatible adapters and applications.
PRODUCT POSITIONING
The new IBM PS/2 Server 85 (9585-0X6, 0XA and 0XF) systems are the
powerful entry server models of the PS/2 product line.  The Model 85
package introduced with the 8595 models allows high levels of system
expansion with generous offerings of expansion slots and DASD bays.
These new PS/2 Model 85 systems combine the power of the 486SX-33MHz
processor with multiple IBM technology leadership functions, and
high-capacity data storage to form balanced performance systems,
specifically designed for LAN printer and file server applications.
While these systems are designed primarily as LAN servers, they can
also function as high-performance, technical workstations where
processor performance, ISO capable graphics, system expansion
flexibility and large amounts of data storage are required.  When
used in conjunction with IBM's new 95XX color displays, the standard
an SVGA Display Adapter provides enhanced ergonomic benefits in the
form of reduced screen flicker at VGA resolution and 256 colors.  All
systems maintain compatibility with a wide range of operating systems
and software applications developed for the PS/2.
       The IBM PS/2 Server 85 (9585-0X6, 0XA and 0XF) systems are new
additions to the IBM PS/2 family of products and positioned as
replacements for the PS/2 Model 80 product line.
PUBLICATIONS
       The PS/2 Model 85 Quick Reference Package (52G-9974)
publication is shipped with the IBM PS/2 Server 85 and contains an
introduction to the computer, installation and setup, feature
installation instructions and trouble-shooting instructions.
       The following publications are available.  To order, contact
your IBM representative.
                                   ORDER               PART
TITLE                              NUMBER              NUMBER
Hardware Maintenance
  Library Supplement               S52G-9978           52G9978
Interface Technical
  Reference
  Architectures                    S84F-9808           84F9808
  -- Update                        S10G-6466           10G6466
Common Interfaces                  S84F-9809           84F9809
  -- Update (9/91)                 S04G-3281           04G3281
  -- Update (6/92)                 S10G-6464           10G6464
  -- Update (9/92)                 S42G-2447           42G2447
Video
-- Update                          S42G-2193           42G2193
System Specific                    S84F-9807           84F9807
BIOS Interface Technical
  Reference                        S04G-3283           04G3283
  -- Update                        S10G-6467           10G6467
       The IBM System Library Subscription Service (SLSS) is
available.
EDUCATION SUPPORT
       Details of all classroom and self-study courses are contained
in the Catalog of IBM Education (G320-1244).
       Call IBM Direct -- Education at 800-IBM-TEACh (426-8322) for
schedules and enrollments.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
SPECIFIED OPERATING ENVIRONMENT
PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS:
Fixed Disk Drive Characteristics:
Formatted
  capacity:         104MB               212MB          400MB
Average seek
  time:             12ms                12ms           11.5ms
Data transfer
  rate:             20.1Mb/sec          20.1Mb/sec     16.0Mb/sec
Average
  latency:          6.94ms              6.94ms         6.95ms
Sector
  interleave:       1:1                 1:1            1:1
       The IBM PS/2 Server 85 is intended for use as a floor-standing
system and is designed to operate in a vertical position only.
       Dimensions:
Width:   203.2 mm (8 in.)
Depth:   508 mm (20 in.)
Height:  501 mm (19.75 in.)
Weight:  (minimum configuration) 22 kg (50 lb.)
Weight:  (maximum configuration) 30 kg (67 lb.)
       Electrical:
    100-125 (nominal) V ac; 50-60 Hz
    200-240 (nominal) V ac; 50-60 Hz
    BTU output: minimum -- 358 BTU/Hr.  (105 watts)
    BTU output: maximum -- 1637 BTU/Hr.  (480 watts)
    Noise level: (Average 1 meter position: typical
       machine)
    Vertical floor-standing position -- 5.3 bels (idling)
NOTE: The noise emission level stated is the declared (upper limit)
sound power level, in bels, for a random sample of machines,
typically configured, and operating in idle mode; i.e., powered on,
but no disk drive read/write or other I/O activity.  All measurements
are made in accordance with ANSI S12.10 and reported in conformance
with ISO 9296.
EQUIPMENT APPROVALS AND SAFETY:  This device has not been approved by
the Federal Communications Commission and is not, and may not be,
offered for sale or lease, or sold or leased until the approval of
the FCC has been obtained.
o   UL -- UL478 5th edition

o   CSA CS220
MEDICAL ENVIRONMENT:  The PS/2 Model 85 will not exceed the current
leakage requirements established by the National Fire Protection Code
NFPA99 for data processing use in hospital environments.
       The current leakage of the PS/2 Model 85 will not exceed 500
microamps.
       Consult local ordinances, the National Fire Protection and UL
codes for specific details on use in a hospital environment.
OPERATING ENVIRONMENT:
o   Temperature:
        10.0 to 35 (degs) C (50 to 95 (degs) F) at 0 to 914 m (0
        to 3000 ft.)
        10.0 to 32 (degs) C (50 to 90 (degs) F) at 914 to 213 m
        (3000 to 7000 ft.)
o   Relative humidity:  8 to 80%
o   Maximum altitude: 2134 m (7000 ft.)
MACHINE REQUIREMENTS:  The PS/2 Model 85 also requires an analog
display (8504, 8507, 8511, 8512, 8513, 8514, 8515, 8516, 8518, 9515,
9517, 9518 or equivalent) and the standard SVGA Display Adapter for
system set up and service.
       The PS/2 Model 85 contains a console select utility that
allows systems console operations to be performed by an ASCII
terminal via the system asynchronous communications port (serial
port) preinstalled on the system hard disk.  If this option is
selected, an ASCII terminal must be connected to the serial port at
the time of selection.
PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS:  The following operating systems/extensions
support the PS/2 Server 85:
o   OS/2 (R) Standard Edition 1.30.2
o   OS/2 2.0
o   Operating System/2 (R) LAN Server 2.0 Entry and Advanced
o   Operating System/2 Extended Services 1.0
o   OS/2 Extended Edition 1.30.2
o   Disk Operating System (DOS) 5.0
o   AIX (R) PS/2 1.3
o   IBM 4680 Operating System Versions 2 and 4
o   NetWare (2) v2.2 and v3.11 (when certified by Novell; testing has
    not been completed at this time).
       All of the above operating systems provide support for up to
16MB of memory on the PS/2 Server 85.  However, OS/2  2.0, AIX PS/2
1.3, SCO (3) UNIX (4) System V/386 Version 3.2v4.0 and NetWare v2.2
and v3.11 operating systems provide support for greater than 16MB of
memory on the PS/2 Server 85.
 (R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines
   Corporation.
 (2) Registered trademark of Novell, Inc.
 (3) Trademark of Santa Cruz Operation, Inc.
 (4) Registered trademark of UNIX System Laboratories, Inc.
COMPATIBILITY:  Refer to the 9585 Sales Manual pages, or contact your
IBM representative, for a complete list of supported features and
options and compatible IBM and vendor software.  The Sales Manual is
updated periodically.
       The PS/2 Server 85 contains licensed System Programs that
include set configuration and features, test, copy an option
diskette, backup/restore and update system program.  These System
Programs are stored in a three million byte protected partition on
the hard disk drive.  The BIOS program is loaded from Flash ROM on
the system board into system memory.  BIOS provides the hardware
instructions and interfaces designed to support the standard features
of the PS/2 Model 85 to maintain compatibility with many software
programs currently operating under DOS and OS/2 on the Personal
Computer XT (TM), Personal Computer AT (R) and the Personal System/2
(R) family.  However, due to the higher speed of the 486 processor in
these new models, some timing-sensitive software may require
modification.
 (TM) Trademark of International Business Machines Corporation.
 (R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines
   Corporation.
LIMITATIONS:  The IBM PS/2 Server 85 supports a maximum of 64MB of
parity memory.  All 64MB are addressable by direct memory access
(DMA).  The 2MB, 4MB and 8MB 70-ns parity memory SIMMS are supported.
A maximum of two 1GB hard disk drives can be installed in the PS/2
Model 85.
       Refer to the PROGRAMMING REQUIREMENTS section for operating
systems limitations.
       The licensed System Programs include set configuration and
features, copy an option diskette, test, backup/restore and update
system program.  These licensed System Programs are stored in three
million bytes of protected partition on the hard disk drive.  The
formatted capacity is therefore reduced by three million bytes, and
the total user accessible capacity may vary slightly based on
operating environments.  This partition is not affected when the
drive is formatted using the Format command provided in DOS or OS/2.
The licensed System Programs are also preinstalled on the PS/2 Server
85 system hard file with the reference data.
       The following Micro Channel adapters and options are NOT
supported by these new PS/2 Server 85 systems.
o   IBM Personal System/2 Display Adapter 8514/A (#4054, 1887972)
o   IBM Personal System/2 3117 Adapter/A (#1029, 65X1925)
o   IBM Personal System/2 5.25-inch External Diskette Adapter/A
    (#8760, 6450245)
o   IBM Personal System/2 High Speed Adapter/A (#1028, 65X1905)
o   IBM Personal System/2 1MB Memory Module Kit-85ns (#5212, 6450603)
o   IBM Personal System/2 2MB Memory Module Kit-85ns (#5213, 6450604)
o   IBM Personal System/2 2MB Parity Memory Module Kit-80ns (#5214,
    6450608)
o   IBM Personal System/2 4MB Parity Memory Module Kit-80ns (#3933,
    87F9977)
o   IBM Personal System/2 8MB Parity Memory Module Kit-80ns (#1401,
    6450129)
o   IBM Personal System/2 4MB ECC Memory Module Kit 70-ns (#1158,
    6451158)
o   IBM Personal System/2 8MB ECC Memory Module Kit 70-ns (#1159,
    6451159)
o   IBM Personal System/2 80386 Memory Expansion Option 2MB Kit
    (#3077, 34F3077)
o   IBM Personal System/2 80386 Memory Expansion Option 4MB Kit
    (#3011, 34F3011)
o   IBM Personal System/2 80386 Memory Expansion Option (#3019,
    6450367)
o   IBM Personal System/2 2-8MB 80386 Memory Expansion Option (#5211,
    6450605)
o   IBM Personal System/2 5.25-inch 1.2MB Internal Diskette Drive
    (#1006, 6451006) replaced by 6451066 (which does not require an
    adapter card)
o   IBM 3117 Scanner
o   IBM 3118 Scanner
o   IBM Personal System/2 5.25-inch Diskette Adapter/A (#1007,
    6451007)
o   IBM Personal System/2 4869-001 5.25-inch 360KB External Diskette
    Drive
o   IBM Personal System/2 4869-002 5.25-inch 1.2MB External Diskette
    Drive
o   IBM Personal System/2 256KB Level 2 Cache Option (#1098,
    6451095).
       The following PS/2 options are NOT supported by the IBM PS/2
Server 85 and installation of these options can adversely affect
system performance and reliability:
o   IBM Personal System/2 2nd 1.44MB Diskette Drive (3.5-inch)
    (#1026, 6451026); supported replacement is (#1072, 6451072)
o   IBM Personal System/2 CD-ROM Drive (#0845, 6450845); supported
    replacement is (#1113, 6451113)
o   IBM Personal System/2 320MB SCSI Fixed Disk Drive (#1055,
    6451055); supported replacement is (#1108, 6451234).
The following adapters cannot be installed in slot #8 of the PS/2
Server 85 systems because of the physical limitations of these
adapters:
o   IBM Realtime Interface Co-processor Multiport/2 (#6263, 09F1897)
    (#6247, 16F1820)
o   IBM Realtime Interface Co-processor Portmaster (R)
    Adapter/A(#6360, 53F2601), (6364, 53F2604) or (6368, 53F2607)
       Display adapter cards that use the Auxiliary Video Extension,
such as the IBM PS/2 Image Adapter/A-2, when installed in a PS/2
Server 85, require that a display be attached to the SVGA Display
Adapter during configuration of the system.
       High-performance BIOS uses 128KB of system memory, and an
additional 256KB is reserved for system use in systems with 16MB or
more of memory.
 (R) Registered trademark of International Business Machines
   Corporation.
PLANNING INFORMATION
CUSTOMER RESPONSIBILITIES:  The PS/2 Server 85 is designated as
customer setup.  Customer setup instructions are shipped with the
system.
CABLE ORDERS:  There are no cabling requirements, other than for

system power, keyboard and display connections.  Cables are provided
with the system unit and display, and the instructions are provided
as part of initial setup.
INSTALLABILITY:  The PS/2 Server 85 requires about 15 minutes for
installation.  Installation includes unpacking, set up and powering
on the system.  Additional time is required to install other
adapters, an operating system and other features.
PACKAGING:
PRODUCT                  SHIPMENT GROUP
IBM Personal System/2
  Model 85
(9585-0X6,
 0XA, or 0XF)            System Unit Carton (one box)
                         Contents:
                           Reference Diskette
                           U.S. Line Cord
                           Keyboard Cable
                         Keyboard Carton (customer
                           selection dependent)
                           IBM Space Saving Keyboard
                                       or
                           IBM Enhanced Keyboard
                                       or
                           IBM Host Connect Keyboard
                                       or
                           IBM Enhanced Keyboard --
                           French Canadian
                                       or
                           IBM Space Saving Keyboard --
                           French Canadian
                                       or
                           IBM Enhanced Keyboard --
                           LA Spanish
                                       or
                           IBM Space Saving Keyboard --
                           LA Spanish
       Note: Keyboard is shipped in a separate carton.
ACCESSORIES AND/OR SUPPLIES:  The 3.5-inch, 4MB diskettes (72X6111)
can be purchased from IBM Authorized Supplies Dealers, IBM Authorized
Distributors or from IBM Teleservice and Customer Support (TCS).
Call IBM TCS at 800-IBM-2468 (426-2468).  Mail orders should be sent
to:
    IBM Corporation
    IBM Teleservice and Customer Support
    One Culver Road
    Dayton, NJ  08810
SECURITY, AUDITABILITY AND CONTROL
       Security and audibility features of this product are:
o   A mechanical lock to allow the user to lock the system cover
o   Power-on Password used to prevent the use of the system by
    unauthorized persons
o   Set Keyboard Password used to lock the keyboard without turning
    the system off
o   Set Unattended Start Mode allows the system keyboard to be locked
    to all entries except the password and at the same time allow
    other computers on the network to access the hard disk.
       Small Computer System Interface (SCSI), as defined in the
American National Standard Institute (ANSI) standard X3.131-199X,
provides a port for the attachment of external devices.  The enhanced
SCSI with cache electronic modules that are integrated on the PS/2
Model 85 system board and are in conformance with this standard and
has an external port.
       A data security exposure exists, even with Power-On Password
installed, since external SCSI controllers can attach through the
external SCSI port and gain undetected read or write access to data
stored on internal and external SCSI devices.  Physical access to the
system and external SCSI devices must be controlled to limit this
exposure.
       User management is responsible for evaluation, selection and
implementation of security features, administrative procedures and
appropriate controls in application systems and communications
facilities.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
VOLUME DISCOUNT:  Volume purchasing is available under the Volume
Discounts section of the IBM Customer Agreement (ICA).
       These IBM PS/2 Server 85 systems are included in Category A,
Discount Group 1, of the Volume Discount Exhibit -- Workstations and
Related I/O (WKSN2).
NOTE: The PS/2 Model 85 (9585-0X6, 0XA, and 0XF) systems are
available for commitment attainment only, and are not offered for a
discount when purchased under a volume commitment to the Volume
Discount Exhibit -- Workstations and Related I/O (WKSN2).
       For further information regarding volume orders, contact your
IBM marketing representative.
IBM CREDIT CORPORATION FINANCING:  Term leases and installment
payment plans are available for commercial and state and local
government customers.
CUSTOMER FULFILLMENT OPTION APPLIES:  Yes.
WARRANTY PERIOD:  System Hardware -- Three years.  However, an
optional one-year warranty is available via special bid.
WARRANTY SERVICE:  IBM On-Site Repair (IOR).
MAINTENANCE SERVICE:  IBM On-Site Repair (IOR).
IBM HOURLY SERVICE RATE CLASSIFICATION:  One.  IBM Warranty Service,
Maintenance Service or IBM Hourly Service may be obtained by calling
800-IBM-SERV (426-7378).  IBM Hourly Service is available at the
applicable rate and terms, including element exchange price if
applicable.
VOLUME MAINTENANCE OPTION:  The 9585 is an eligible machine and a
qualifying machine under the Volume Maintenance Option* of the ICA.
MID-RANGE SYSTEM OPTION:  The 9585 is an eligible machine for the
Mid-Range System Option* of the ICA.
ELIGIBLE                          DISCOUNT
TYPE                     THREE-YEAR      FIVE-YEAR
9585                        17%             22%
CORPORATE SERVICE OPTION:  The 9585 is an eligible machine for the
Corporate Service Option* of the ICA.
                                  DISCOUNT
OPTION                   THREE-YEAR      FIVE-YEAR
Network                     25%             30%
System                      17%             22%
EXTENDED MAINTENANCE OPTION:  The 9585 is eligible machine for the
Extended Maintenance Option* of the ICA.
CENTRAL FACILITY MAINTENANCE SERVICE OPTION:  The 9585 is an eligible
machine for Central Facility Maintenance Service Option* of the ICA.
       A minimum of six machines is required to be at the central
facility before requesting maintenance service.  The Additional
Maintenance Charge Factor is currently 0.5 hours.  The terms and
conditions are stated in the Attachment for Central Facility
Maintenance Service Option.
*  A revised exhibit will be available at a later date.
PRODUCT AVAILABILITY STATUS:  New product available.
CUSTOMER SETUP:  Yes.
LICENSED INTERNAL CODE:  No.
IBM EDUCATION ORDER CENTER:  The 9585 is available for ordering
through the IBM Education Order Center.  Availability through the
Education Order Center may not coincide with the product availability
dates in other sections of this document.
       The IBM Education Order Center is the order processing
location for selected personal computers and related
hardware/software for eligible education end users.  Eligible end
users are defined as faculty and staff members of qualified
kindergarten through twelfth grade educational institutions and
students, faculty and staff members of higher educational
institutions that have an Education Product Coordinator.
NATIONAL EDUCATION PRICE (NEP):  A National Education Price is
available under the terms and conditions of the National Education
Price Exhibit.  The NEP price, which represents 25% discount from the
single unit purchase price, is not subject to any further discount or
allowance.  The 9585 is included in the National Education Price
Exhibit.
CHARGES
                            MODEL/
           MACHINE         FEATURE      PART      PURCHASE
DESCRIPTION  TYPE           NUMBER      NUMBER    PRICE
System Unit  9585            0X6        95850X6    $4,165
System Unit  9585            0XA        95850XA     4,550
System Unit  9585            0XF        95850XF     5,295
NOTE: This device has not been approved by the Federal Communications
Commission and is not, and may not be, offered for sale or lease, or
sold or leased until the approval of the FCC has been obtained.
ANNUAL MINIMUM MAINTENANCE CHARGES:
        IBM           CENTRAL FACILITY
      ON-SITE           MAINTENANCE

       REPAIR             SERVICE
       (IOR)               (CFMS)
        $830                $789

       (CORRECTED ON OCTOBER 29, 1992)
       Under the Technical Information, Fixed Disk Characteristics
section, the data transfer rate line is corrected to 20.1Mb/sec (for
104MB and 212MB) and 16.0Mb/sec (for 400MB).