Y2K Compliance Statement
Carrera Computers, Inc. definition of "year 2000 compliance" for hardware
and software products are based upon the following criteria:
Intel based computer products:
All Intel based computer products must pass the
National Software Testing Laboratories (NSTL) YMARK2000 test to be considered Year
Alpha based Hardware products & software:
Alpha system, storage products (tapes, disk drivers, etc...) networks and access
Communications products, software, and operating systems - must conform to Carrera
Computers, Inc. Definition of "Year 200 Compliant" to be considered "Year 2000 Compliant."
Carrera Computers, Inc. definition of "Year 2000 Complicancy" is based on the IEEE standard
P2000.1 definition of "Year 2000 Compliant".
"Year 2000 compliant" products are capable of accurately processing, providing,
and/or receiving date data from, into and between the twentieth and the twenty-first
Centuries, and the year 1999 and 2000, including leap year calculations, when used in
Accordance with the associated Carrera Computers, Inc. Product documentation and provided that
all hardware, firmware and software used in combination with such Carrera Computers, Inc. products
properly exchange accurate date with the Carrera Computers, Inc. products.
This means that Carrera Computers, Inc. products will not produce errors in the processing
of date data related to the year change from December 31, 1999 to January 1, 2000. Date representation,
including leap years, will be accurate when products are used in accordance with their
Accompanying documentation, provided that all hardware and software products used in
Combinations with Year 2000 compliant products properly exchange date data with them.