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The new high-end ClearPath systems demonstrate that servers based on Intel processors can deliver large-scale mainframe performance rivaling that of systems based on proprietary processor architectures.
The new offerings comprise the high-end ClearPath Libra 6200 Series, the mid-range Libra 4200 Series and the entry-level and mid-range ClearPath Dorado 4200 Series. All three series of systems use powerful new high-end members of the
Intel® Xeon® Processor family, complemented by Unisys' secure partitioning (s-Par) technology for enterprise-class virtualization, to boost performance significantly beyond that delivered by previous Intel processor-based and even proprietary systems.
The new systems represent the latest stage in Unisys' ongoing evolution of the ClearPath family to an open architecture based on Intel processors. These "NextGen" systems enable ClearPath clients to continue using mission-critical applications without change, while simplifying application modernization and reducing enterprise-computing costs. The new system architecture also lays the foundation for further software enhancements that extend the capabilities of the ClearPath family to help clients meet future data center challenges.
"Our new ClearPath systems represent the most dramatic proof yet of Unisys' commitment to provide an increasingly powerful, open environment to meet our clients' rapidly evolving enterprise application requirements," said
Bill Maclean, vice president, ClearPath portfolio management, Unisys. "We will continue integrating new technologies that enhance ClearPath systems' unmatched power, security, reliability and availability to help our clients build on their long-term investment in mission-critical business applications."
The Unisys s-Par secure partitioning technology is designed for mission-critical environments. It brings enterprise-class virtualization to clients' data centers and helps them streamline resource management and simplify application modernization.