The partnership brings together the two companies’ partitioning and processor technologies to come up with a product designed to decrease the number of multiple, under-utilized servers, Unisys said Thursday.
The companies plan to release the s-Par, Xeon-powered architecture in the coming months.
“Unisys has two decades of experience in bringing the power of industry-standard Intel technologies to the high-end server market,” said Ed Coleman, Unisys chairman and CEO.
“Now we are combining recent innovations from the two companies… a powerful combination that we believe will reignite the enterprise computing market,” he added.
Unisys said it hopes to disclose more details on the new solution at a company event in Chicago, Ill., next month.