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eServer

In 2000, IBM renamed its major product lines under the eServer brand. The "e" in eServer was an "e" within a circle like IBM's earlier rendering of the word eBusiness. The eServer designation was dropped when the company changed its branding to System z, System x, etc. See IBM branding.
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