Unisys ClearPath Brings Real-Time to Mainframe-Class SOA

Unisys Corp. is shipping a new set of SOA-friendly offerings for its family of ClearPath mainframe-class servers, with a focus on helping users with design time and runtime support for building flexible, real-time infrastructures while cutting cost and complexity.

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Unisys Corp. is shipping a new set of SOA-friendly offerings for its family of ClearPath mainframe-class servers, with a focus on helping users with design time and runtime support for building flexible, real-time infrastructures while cutting cost and complexity.

The new offerings leverage the real-time infrastructure automation capabilities of the ClearPath family to enable dynamic allocation and management of IT assets to address changing business demands, according to the company.

The latest Unisys offerings include:
  • ClearPath Dorado 700 Series—Theses high-end and mid-range mainframes expand clients' choice of high-performance platforms for a real-time infrastructure, according to Unisys. The new ClearPath Dorado 700 Series is the most powerful system ever to run Unisys OS 2200, according to the company.
  • Mid-Range ClearPath Dorado 4000 Series and Libra 4000 Series—These offerings which run the Unisys OS 2200 and MCP operating environments, respectively, and deliver twice the peak performance of Unisys entry-level systems based on the same next-generation architecture. They are based on the 4-core Intel Xeon 7350 x64 processors
  • Updates to Unisys Agile Business Suite and Business Information Server—This software enables open application development and integration of enterprise-wide SOA projects.


  • "Like IT executives everywhere, CIOs who rely on the Unisys ClearPath operating environment as a differentiator for their business must cope with escalating transaction volumes—even as they compete for the talent needed to extend their mission-critical application development environments to meet today's changing business requirements," said Rich Marcello, president, Unisys Systems and Technology, in a statement.



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