Unisys Updates OS For Hosting Multiple Server Systems

UnisysLogoUnisys has updated an operating system with the goal of helping clients update their application environments for mobile access, security and multi-access tools.

ClearPath OS 2200 Release 14.0 intends to support open-source development and aims to help clients with Unisys’ ClearPath Dorado 4200 server accommodate up to four host systems running the operating system, Unisys said Tuesday.

Customers want to scale up their enterprise applications, automate data centers, secure networks and increase availability of database access, Unisys says.

The new release comes with more than 111 software products that are intended to eliminate the need to change operating systems when Unisys unveils a new release, the company says.

Unisys’ ePortal for OS 2200 component aims to give mobile users access to ClearPath applications on several platforms such as Apple, Microsoft Windows 8, Android and BlackBerry.

Additionally, Unisys released a security update for clients to manage data loss and encrypt file transfers.   

The Intel-based ClearPath Dorado 4200 platforms are designed to integrate with locking technology to help clients host clustering technology.

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