Unisys Introduces ClearPath Libra 8290
Sep 12, 2013 (Close-Up Media via COMTEX) --
Unisys Corp. said it is introducing ClearPath Libra 8290 enterprise server, the most powerful ClearPath Libra system the company has ever delivered.
According to a release, Unisys announced the new system at the Universe client-centered event.
The Company said the Intel processor-based ClearPath Libra 8290 delivers computing performance up to 20 percent greater than that of the largest CMOS-based ClearPath Libra 800 system, the previous top of the line in the family. In addition, the new system more than triples the input/output performance of its predecessors, the company said.
"This new ClearPath Libra 8290 system provides our largest clients with the performance, scalability, reliability and availability they need to run their most mission-critical applications, and to do so on an Intel-based platform from Unisys," said Bill Maclean, vice president, ClearPath Portfolio Management, Unisys. "We are extremely proud of this achievement and look forward to continuing to push the envelope of innovation with our Intel-based architecture to provide organizations with the highest levels of computing performance."
"We commend Unisys for its achievement with the ClearPath Libra 8290," said Shannon Poulin, vice president of the Datacenter and Connected Systems Group and General Manager of the Datacenter Marketing Group at Intel Corp. "The ClearPath Libra 8290 proves what Intel Xeon processor technology can do in order for enterprises to meet their most demanding mission-critical computing tasks. We look forward to continuing our collaboration with Unisys in offering enterprise clients new industry-leading server options for their organizations."
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