Unisys releases 12 new Clearpath models based on advance fabric architecture

Sean Dudley
Sean Dudley
By Sean Dudley on 23 June 2014
Unisys releases 12 new Clearpath models based on advance fabric architecture

Unisys has released 12 new models for its ClearPath line which use advanced fabric architecture, helping clients gain greater power and flexibility for their mission-critical applications in modern and highly secure environments.

The advanced fabric architecture is based on industry-standard Intel Xeon family processors, and connects computing resources and components through high-speed interconnects.

This enables the creation of scalable and powerful systems, and using Unisys’ secure portioning technology, users have a common platform to securely run ClearPath applications alongside Windows applications.

New additions to the Unisys ClearPath line include the Dorado and Libra systems.

The Dorado system is based on the ClearPath OS 2200 operating environment and delivers up to four times the input/output (I/O) performance of complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) processors while using 90% fewer I/O processors.

The Libra systems are based on the ClearPath MCP operating environment and better the computing performance of CMOS-based predecessors by as much as 55%.

“With this latest advancement in the ClearPath family, Unisys continues to push the envelope in mission-critical computing,” said Rob Cashman, vice president, Mission-Critical Servers and Solutions, Unisys. “We have laid the foundation for clients to build a software-defined data centre that gives them far greater power, flexibility and security for their mission-critical applications at much lower cost while continuing to build on their long-term investments in ClearPath technology.” 

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