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Unisys Chooses Scalent Systems Software for Solutions to Enhance Real-Time Data Center Management
Unisys Corporation today announced that it has signed an agreement with Scalent Systems to use Scalent Virtual Operating Environment (V/OE) software as a key ingredient in Unisys real-time infrastructure solutions for enterprise data centers.

Enterprise clients require new options to manage complexity as virtualization in their IT infrastructure spreads from servers to networks, storage systems and beyond, said Rich Marcello, president, Unisys Systems and Technology. We are confident that this alliance with Scalent Systems will expand the ways Unisys can help clients manage virtualized IT resources with greater effectiveness and cost-efficiency.

Unisys will engage in additional alliances to enhance our real-time infrastructure offerings for clients as we extend our solutions-focused technology strategy.

The Scalent V/OE software enables data centers to react in real-time to changing business needs. It does this by dynamically changing which servers are running and how those servers are connected to networks and storage systems. This dynamic resource allocation is guided by predefined rules specific to the business and happens without physical intervention.

The Scalent software expands the capabilities of Unisys real-time infrastructure solutions. It will enable Unisys to create solutions that complement virtualized server environments and associated transformation services, encompassing solutions and services for the entire enterprise IT infrastructure.

We are pleased that Unisys chose Scalent as a central component of their real-time infrastructure solution, said Ben Linder, CEO of Scalent Systems. The power of Scalent V/OE has helped many of the Fortune 500 to radically improve utilization and agility in their data centers, and will now be readily available to Unisys growing customer base.

Published Wednesday, October 17, 2007 5:32 AM by David Marshall
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