Unisys Company History Timeline

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1873

1873 E. Remington & Sons introduces first commercially viable typewriter, the Model 1 Remington, that uses the QWERTY keyboard layout.

In 1873 E. Remington & Sons, forerunner of Remington Typewriter Co., introduced the first commercially successful typewriter.

1878

1878 The Remington Standard 2 typewriter upstrike machine was produced and sold in considerable numbers with the major improvement of adding the ‘Shift’ key to type capital letters.

1885

Unisys originated in 1885, when William Seward Burroughs invented the first recording adding machine.

Unisys can trace its origin to 1885, when William Seward Burroughs invented the first recording adding machine.

The foundation for Unisys Corp. was first laid in 1885 when William S. Burroughs invented the arithmometer, an adding machine that records numbers.

1886

Public Company Incorporated: 1886 as American Arithmometer CompanyEmployees: 60,300Sales: $8.69 billionStock Exchanges: New York Midwest Pacific Cincinnati Amsterdam Antwerp Basel Brussels Geneva Lausanne London Zürich

Public Company Incorporated: 1886 as American Arithmometer CompanyEmployees: 80,000Sales: $10.10 billionStock Exchanges: New York Midwest Pacific Cincinnati Amsterdam Antwerp Basel Brussels Geneva Lausanne London Zurich

1888

1888 Burroughs' granted patent for adding machine with nine-digit adding and printing mechanism, designed to record only the final result of the calculation.

1892

Creating a commercially viable version proved difficult; Burroughs was unable to patent a salable model until 1892.

Creating a commercially viable version proved difficult, and it was not until 1892 that Burroughs was able to patent a salable model.

He obtained a patent for his adding machine in 1892, and five years later, the Franklin Institute awarded him the John Scott Medal.

1897

Once on the market though, the adding machine became a success—in 1897 Burroughs was awarded the Franklin Institute’s John Scott Medal in honor of his invention.

Once on the market, the adding machine became a success, and in 1897 Burroughs was awarded the Franklin Institute’s John Scott Medal in honor of his invention.

1904

1904 American Arithmometer Company renames itself Burroughs Adding Machine Company and moves to Detroit, beginning construction on a huge plant; company soon becomes the biggest adding machine company in America.

1905

The company, which moved to Detroit in 1905, was renamed the Burroughs Adding Machine Company in his memory.

1909

1909 Remington Typewriter Company introduces first "noiseless" typewriter.

1910

1910 Sperry Gyroscope Company, founded by electrical inventor Elmer Ambrose Sperry, begins to manufacture and sell navigational equipment for ships and aircraft.

Sperry had been founded by Elmer Sperry in 1910 as Sperry Gyroscope Co., a manufacturer of navigational equipment.

1911

1911 Burroughs introduces first adding-subtracting machine.

1915

By 1915, Burroughs Adding sold more than 90 different data processing machines, mainly to accountants.

1917

Accountants formed the core customer base, and in 1917 Burroughs increased courtship of those customers with the debut of a magazine devoted to accounting called Burroughs Clearing House.

The core of its customer base was accountants, and in 1917 Burroughs stepped up its courtship of those customers with the debut of a magazine devoted to accountancy called Burroughs Clearing House.

1921

Growth continued in 1921 with the acquisition of Moon-Hopkins Billing Machine.

1923

1923 Burroughs introduces the direct-multiplication billing machine.

1925

1925 Remington Typewriter introduces America's first electric typewriter.

1925 Burroughs introduces first portable adding machine, weighing 20 pounds.

1927

1927 Rand Kardex, led by James Rand, Jr., merges with Remington Typewriter to form Remington Rand.

1928

1928 Burroughs ships its one millionth adding machine.

1933

1933 Sperry Corporation formed as a holding company for a number of smaller entities including the original Sperry Gyroscope, Ford Instrument Company, Intercontinental Aviation, Inc., and others.

Sperry, which was founded in 1933, originally made aircraft instruments.

The Sperry Corporation arose out of the merger of North American Aviation Company, Curtiss-Wright Corporation, and Sperry Gyroscope in 1933.

1942

1942-45 The Sperry S-1 precision bombsight becomes "standard" equipment when used in some United States Army Air Force bombers early in World War II.

1942-45 Burroughs manufactured Norden bombsight and Sperry bombsight prove instrumental in the winning air campaign against Axis powers in World War II.

1945

By 1945, sales had neared the $100 million mark.

1946

1946 J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly develop Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator (ENIAC), the world's first large-scale, general-purpose digital computer, at the University of Pennsylvania; ENIAC is 100 times faster than any other previous computer.

All of that changed, however, as a result of J. Presper Eckert and John W. Mauchly’s invention of ENIAC, the first electronic computer, in 1946.

1949

1949 Remington Rand 409 designed as the world's first business computer.

The latter introduced the world’s first business computer, the 409, in 1949.

1951

1951 Remington Rand delivers UNIVAC, the first commercial computer, to the United States Census Bureau.

1952

1952 The UNIVAC makes history by predicting the election of Dwight D. Eisenhower as United States president before polls close.

When the Defense Department awarded the design contract for the new SAGE early-warning computer system in 1952, Burroughs, IBM, RCA, Remington Rand, and Sylvania were all prime choices.

When the Defense Department awarded the design contract for its new SAGE early-warning computer system in 1952, it had Burroughs, IBM, RCA, Remington Rand, and Sylvania to choose from.

1953

1953 Burroughs introduces first 10-key adding machine.

To better reflect its broadening product line, the firm changed its name to Burroughs Corp. in 1953.

The Burroughs Corporation began as the Burroughs Adding Machine Company in 1905, producing the world’s first practical adding machines, which had been perfected by the inventor William Seward Burroughs a decade or so before. It was renamed the Burroughs Corporation in 1953.

1955

1955 Sperry and Remington Rand merge to form Sperry Rand and over the next decade introduce ~100 computer products for commercial and military use.

In 1955 the manufacturer jumped into the computer business, merging with Remington Rand, whose history dated back farther than Burroughs or Sperry.

In 1955 Sperry merged with Remington Rand, Inc., becoming Sperry Rand Corporation.

1956

1956 United States government starts using the UNIVAC-1 weather forecasting.

In 1956 Burroughs introduced its first commercial electronic computer and acquired ElectroData Corporation, a leading maker of high-speed computers.

1958

Burroughs also entered the field of automated office machines, introducing the Sensitronic electronic bank bookkeeping machine in 1958.

In 1956 Burroughs introduced its first commercial electronic computer and acquired ElectroData Corporation, a leading maker of high-speed computers. It also entered the field of automated office machines, introducing its Sensitronic electronic bank bookkeeping machine in 1958.

1959

1959 Burroughs pioneers use of magnetic ink character recognition (MICR).

RCA approved the agreement in 1959, but Coleman died before he could sway Burroughs’s board of directors and the plan was never realized.

RCA approved the agreement in 1959, but Coleman died before he could sway Burroughs’s board of directors, and the plan was never realized.

1960

United States Census Bureau purchases two UNIVAC 1105 computers for the 1960 census.

1960 Sperry Rand's Ship Inertial Navigation System (SINS) enables the USS Triton submarine to circumnavigate the world without surfacing.

1960 Grace Hopper's co-creation of the UNIVAC proves instrumental to the Apollo missions, which require a different form of communication than the Earth-orbiting Mercury.

1960 United States Census Bureau purchases two UNIVAC 1105 computers for the 1960 census.

Under Eppert, Burroughs expanded its place in the rapidly growing bank-automation market in 1960, as the company began selling magnetic inks and automatic check-sorting equipment.

Under Eppert, Burroughs expanded its place in the rapidly growing bank-automation market in 1960 when it began selling magnetic inks and automatic check-sorting equipment.

1961

1961 Burroughs introduces the B5000 Series, the first dual-processor and virtual memory computer.

In 1961 the company introduced the B5000 computer, which was less expensive and simpler to operate than other commercial mainframes.

In 1961 the company introduced its B5000 computer, which it said was less expensive and simpler to operate than other commercial mainframes.

Burroughs launched the B5000 mainframe computer, which used dual processors and virtual memory, in 1961.

1964

In 1964 Ray Macdonald became executive vice president and began overseeing the company’s day-to-day operations.

In 1964 Ray Macdonald became executive vice-president and began overseeing the company’s day-to-day operations.

In 1964 Ray Macdonald became executive vice president and began to oversee the company’s day-to-day operations.

1965

1965 Sperry introduces the UNIVAC 1108, the first multiprocessor computer.

1967

Macdonald succeeded Eppert as chief executive officer in 1967.

The Defense Department awarded Burroughs a contract in 1967 to build the Illiac IV supercomputer which had been designed by a team at the University of Illinois—a major coup for the company.

Macdonald succeeded Eppert as CEO in 1967.

The Defense Department awarded Burroughs a contract in 1967 to build the Illiac IV supercomputer which had been de-signed by a team at the University of Illinois—a major coup for the company.

Burroughs scored a major coup in 1967 when the Defense Department awarded it the contract to build the Illiac IV supercomputer, which had been designed by a team at the University of Illinois.

1970

A UNIVAC 1108, the first multiprocessor system, processes the 1970 United States Census.

1972

The Illiac IV was 10 to 20 times faster than any existing supercomputer in 1972 and was delivered to NASA’s Ames Research Center in California.

The Illiac IV was ten to 20 times faster than any existing supercomputer in 1972 and was delivered to NASA’s Ames Research Center in California.

The Illiac IV was 10 to 20 times faster than any existing supercomputer and was delivered to NASA’s Ames Research Center in California in 1972.

1974

Foremost among his talents was a genius for salesmanship; the company won a considerable chunk of the high-speed accounting machines market from rival NCR. In 1974 Burroughs entered the facsimile equipment business, acquiring Graphic Services for $30 million.

Foremost among his talents was a genius for salesmanship, and the company’s efforts to market its high-speed accounting machines won a considerable chunk of the market from rival NCR. In 1974 Burroughs entered the facsimile-equipment business when it acquired Graphic Services for $30 million.

The $30 million purchase of Graphic Services in 1974 gave the firm entrance to the facsimile industry.

1976

1976 Sperry introduces first cache memory disk subsystem.

1977

______, “How Ray Macdonald’s Growth Theory Created IBM’s Toughest Competitor,” Fortune, January 1977.

Ray Macdonald retired in 1977 and was replaced by Paul Mirabito, his hand-picked successor.

1979

In 1979 IBM announced a powerful new generation of computer systems.

Blumenthal took over a company that was deceptively profitable, chalking up record sales of $2.8 billion in 1979.

Mirabito had retired in 1979 and was replaced by W. Michael Blumenthal, the former chairman of Bendix and secretary of treasury in the Carter administration—a move that surprised many industry observers.

Mirabito retired in 1979 and was replaced by W. Michael Blumenthal, the former chairman of Bendix and treasury secretary in the Carter administration.

Sperry Rand Corporation was renamed Sperry Corporation in 1979.

1980

Blumenthal’s reforms did not come without cost, however; in July of 1980, the company reported its first drop in quarterly profits in 17 years.

Blumenthal’s reforms did not come without cost, however; in July 1980, the company reported its first drop in quarterly profits in 17 years.

Blumenthal’s reforms did not come without cost, however; in July 1980 the company reported its first drop in quarterly profits in 17 years.

1980 Burroughs golf scoring service first introduced at the 109th Open Championship in Muirfield, Scotland.

1981

Customer complaints came to a head in 1981, when 129 Burroughs users sued the company over product unreliability and difficulty in getting their machines fixed.

In 1981 the company covered one weak spot by acquiring System Development Corporation, a software-development firm, for $9.6 million.

In 1981 the company covered one weak spot by acquiring System Development Corporation, a software development firm, for $9.6 million.

In 1981 the company covered one of its weak spots when it acquired System Development Corporation, a software-development firm, for $9.6 million.

Burroughs unveiled its A Series line in 1981; the technology would prove to be integral in the firm's future development of the ClearPath HMP System.

1984

Sperry had been a takeover candidate since holding unsuccessful merger talks with ITT in March of 1984.

Sperry had been a takeover candidate since holding unsuccessful merger talks with ITT in March 1984.

1984 Burroughs introduces A Series, forerunner of the current ClearPath® Libra system.

1985

Blumenthal eventually decided that economies of scale were necessary to compete with IBM. In 1985 Burroughs launched a $65-per-share takeover bid, worth $3.7 billion, for Sperry.

Blumenthal eventually decided that economies of scale were necessary to compete with IBM. In 1985 Burroughs launched a $65-per-share takeover bid, worth $3.7 billion, for Sperry Corporation.

In 1985, Burroughs and Sperry Corp. began merger negotiations.

1986

Burroughs came back with a $70-per-share bid, worth $4.1 billion, in May 1986, and a four-week battle ensued.

In December 1986, Unisys sold Sperry Aerospace to Honeywell and later sold off Memorex’s marketing arm.

In December 1986 it sold Sperry Aerospace to Honeywell, and it later sold off Memorex’s marketing arm.

1986 Sperry introduces 2200 Series, forerunner of the current ClearPath® Dorado system.

1986 Sperry and Burroughs merge to form Unisys Corporation.

Burroughs Corporation acquired Sperry Corporation in a 1986 hostile takeover.

Unisys Corporation, known as the Burroughs Corporation until a merger with Sperry Corporation in 1986, is one of the largest providers of computer systems, software, and related technologies in the world, serving some 60,000 organizations and businesses in more than 100 countries.

Already saddled with a huge debt load from the 1986 merger, Unisys was forced to take on an additional $1.4 billion in debt to cover negative cash flow, as the company’s mainframe computers were quickly losing market share to IBM and Amdahl.

In effort to reduce debt, Wienbach decided Unisys should take a one-time charge of $1.1 billion—related to the 1986 merger—which resulted in a fourth-quarter loss of $947 million.

The company was formed in 1986 from the merger of the Sperry Corporation and the Burroughs Corporation.

Before the 1986 merger, Sperry mainly produced military electronics systems and computer systems for use in the transportation and utilities industries.

In 1986 two mainframe companies, Burroughs and Sperry, merged to become what is now known as Unisys.

The purchases boosted sales by roughly $1 billion. Its 2200 Series, shipped in 1986, would also play an instrumental role in the development of the ClearPath HMP system.

1987

In 1987 Unisys obtained Timeplex, a high-tech communications equipment company, for $300 million, and Convergent Technologies, a maker of office workstations, for $351 million.

In 1987 it acquired Timeplex, a high-tech communications-equipment company, for $300 million and Convergent Technologies, a maker of office workstations, for $351 million.

Earnings totaled $578 million in 1987.

Unisys A US corporation formed from Sperry and Burroughs in 1987.

1988

Unisys also found itself caught up in the Pentagon procurement scandal of 1988.

1989

1989 Unisys introduces Micro A, the first desktop, single-chip mainframe and the 2200/600, setting new standards for large mainframes.

By 1989 the company had begun to move into the small- and mid-sized computer market, adopting AT&T’s popular Unix operating system as the standard configuration for Unisys machines.

In 1989 Unisys also began manufacturing its own personal computers for the first time.

By 1989 the company had begun to move into the small and mid-sized computer market, adopting AT&T’s popular Unix operating system as the standard configuration for Unisys machines.

By 1989 the company had begun to move into the small-and-mid-sized computer market and had adopted AT&T’s popular Unix operating system as the standard configuration for its machines.

In 1989 Unisys began manufacturing its own personal computers for the first time in its history.

Excessive inventory and slow responses to changes in the defense and information technology industries caused Unisys to lose money in 1989.

In 1989, Unisys purchased File-Tek, Inc. to gain access to the company's Unix-based storage systems for the financial industry.

1990

When President James A. Unruh became CEO in April 1990, he stated that Unisys’s products and strategy would not change, but that its “execution” would.

Unisys was much smaller—revenues had totaled $10.11 billion in 1990—but much more profitable.

Michael Blumenthal became CEO and Chairman after the merger and resigned in 1990 after several years of losses.

1991

According to Paul Mann of Aviation Week & Space Technology, the company settled its part in the Operation 111 Wind court case in September 1991, pleading guilty to fraud and bribery and agreeing to pay a record of up to $190 million in damages, penalties, and fines.

Other major restructuring costs in 1991 led Unisys to take massive second quarter charges of $1.2 billion, directly contributing to overall unprofitability for the year.

At the end of 1991 the remaining Unisys workforce was roughly half the size of that at the time of the merger.

At the end of 1991, the remaining Unisys workforce was roughly half the size of that at the time of the merger.

Other major restructuring costs led Unisys to take massive charges of $1.2 billion in 1991, directly contributing to overall unprofitability for the year.

Unisys divested Timeplex for $207 million in 1991.

1992

1992 Unisys forms unit to deliver IT services.

Amid a depressed global economy, Unruh managed to turn Unisys’s fortunes around by 1992 through a draconian restructuring, the success of which surprised many observers.

Building on its existing mainframe maintenance activities, Unisys was able to generate $1.3 billion from services in 1992, then $2 billion the following year.

Beginning in 1992 with the formation of a unit dedicated to providing information technology services, Unisys became active in the areas of systems consulting and design and systems integration services.

Hoping it legal and financial woes were a thing of the past, Unisys diversified into information technology (IT) services in 1992.

1993

1993 Unisys introduces 2200/500, the first mainframe based on complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology.

For the year, Unisys posted net income of $510.7 million on sales of $7.54 billion, its best year since 1993.

Unisys A US corporation formed from Sperry and Burroughs in 1987. It is number 12 in the list of the world's largest IT companies (1993 figures).

1994

By 1994 the company’s “services and solutions” unit was generating more revenue than the mainstay mainframe hardware operations.

Part of a 1994 profit decline was attributed to a delay in getting the company’s latest servers, the 550 and 580, to market.

Since 1994 Unisys has been a leading provider of information technology services to businesses and governments.

1995

1995 Services and solutions become the company's single largest business.

1995 Unisys introduces ClearPath® Heterogeneous Multi-Processing (HMP), enabling clients to integrate A Series and 2200 Series applications and databases.

Services revenues were growing about 30 percent per year but the company had failed to make a profit from its new activities, losing about $54 million during 1995 alone.

Divestitures during 1995 included computer-aided design operations to Cadence Designs and aerospace and defense operations to Loral for $862 million.

1996

1996 Unisys launches a seven-year project for the United States Social Security Administration to install more than 1,700 LANS, 70,000 workstations and 4,000 servers at 1,500 locations in one of the largest IT deployments in the federal government.

1997

In September 1997 Unruh stepped aside from his leadership position at Unisys, having kept the company alive but having never fully turned it around.

1997 Unisys Windows NT servers lead industry in price/performance

Nevertheless, most observers praised Unruh’s shift into services, and during 1997 that unit finally turned its first profit.

Weinbach also initiated $1.04 billion in fourth-quarter 1997 charges, which resulted in a net loss for the year of $853.6 million.

In 1997, the firm named Robert Brusk its new chief financial officer and appointed former Arthur Anderson CEO Larry Wienbach as CEO. By then, services accounted for more than 60 percent of sales.

James Unruh (formerly of Memorex and Honeywell) became the new CEO and Chairman after Blumenthal's departure and continued in that role until 1997, when Larry Weinbach of Arthur Andersen became the new CEO. By 1997, layoffs had reduced world-wide employee count to approximately 30,000.

1998

1998-95 Unisys launches the WeatherMAX Weather Data Center, providing value added services including:

1998 Unisys launches initiative to bring enterprise-class capabilities to Windows NT environments with Cellular Multi-Processing (CMP).

Cellular multiprocessing technology, which boosted the capabilities of Windows NT, was unveiled in 1998.

1999

Wienbach's efforts appeared to pay off according to a November 1999 InformationWeek article that described Unisys as "a $7 billion former mainframe manufacturer whose big moneymaker has become sales and service of hardware with Intel processors running Windows NT."

1999 Unisys develops a fingerprint ID system for South Africa that targets more than 40 million people, as well as the world's first large scale multi-application smart card for Malaysia.

By 1999, 70 percent of the company’s revenues were being generated by the services operations.

In 1999 the company made several acquisitions, including Datamec, a Brazilian application outsourcing company, and City Lifeline Systems Limited, a U.K.-based provider of services and solutions for firms trading in fixed-income securities.

The firm established its e-business unit, known as e-@action Solutions, in 1999.

2000

Unisys begins shipping ES7000 servers - the first in the market to take advantage of Windows 2000 Datacenter Server's support for 32-processor scalability.

2000 Unisys begins shipping ES7000 servers - the first in the market to take advantage of Windows 2000 Datacenter Server's support for 32-processor scalability.

2001

2001 The Unisys CS7802 ClearPath® Plus Server provides exceptional flexibility by allowing users to partition computing resources on the fly, adjusting to varying workloads.

In 2001, Unisys launched a new version of its ClearPath server, known as e-@ction Clear Path, which increased compatibility between applications running on Intel Corp. processors and those using proprietary Unisys platforms.

2002

With sales of $6.9 billion and 37,000 employees, Unisys is working toward of goal of deriving half of its revenues from e-business by the year 2002.

2004

2004 New Unisys 3D Blueprinting™ introduces a new way of seeing the inner workings of an organization that makes predicting the outcome of change more a matter of analysis than of guesswork.

2006

2006 Unisys ES7000/one Enterprise Server gives clients a foundation for combining Windows and Linux applications in their data centers.

2007

2007 Unisys opens a data center in Eagan, Minnesota with innovative "green" design - from energy-efficient servers to restoration of surrounding prairie lands.

2008

On October 7, 2008, J. Edward Coleman replaced J. McGrath as CEO and was named Chairman of the board as well.

Unisys helps Beijing Airport prepare for the 2008 Olympic Games by serving as the master systems integrator for a brand new Terminal 3 to handle soaring traffic.

2008 Unisys helps Beijing Airport prepare for the 2008 Olympic Games by serving as the master systems integrator for a brand new Terminal 3 to handle soaring traffic.

2009

On March 10, 2009, the company was included in Moody's Investor Services' "Bottom Rung" list of 283 companies that were considered the most likely to default on their debt.

2009 Unisys completes security certification for 14 multi-client service centers worldwide to help clients maintain stringent security for business-critical information.

2009 Unisys refreshes its solution portfolio with innovative services and technologies, including Converged Remote Infrastructure Management, Smart On-site, and a range of new ClearPath® enhancements.

2009 Unisys announces new, focused strategy building on the company's strengths in growing markets of security, data center transformation and outsourcing, end user outsourcing and support services, and application modernization.

2010

2010 Unisys launches the Unisys Hosted Secure Private Cloud Solution, giving clients the primary benefits of both provider-hosted clouds and private clouds.

2010 Unisys debuts secure partitioning (s-Par®), a Unisys-developed virtualization technology for Intel processor-based ClearPath® servers.

In 2010, Unisys sold its Medicare processing Health Information Management service to Molina Healthcare for $135 million.

2011

2011 Unisys rolls out its most powerful ClearPath® system to date - the Libra and Dorado 800 Series.

2011 Unisys unveils Stealth™ Solutions for Secure Virtual Terminal, a solution residing on a federal government-certified USB device to protect mobile users' data.

2012

2012 Application development services of Unisys Global Services, India, achieves CMMI-Dev version 1.3 Maturity Level 5.

2012 Unisys launches the ClearPath® Libra 6200 high-end server and other new members of the ClearPath family.

2013

2013 Unisys announces availability of its Unisys Stealth® for Mobile solution using microsegmentation to address the major security concerns facing enterprises as growing numbers of their employees use consumer devices at work.

2013 Unisys announces its new Forward!™ enterprise computing platform - a breakthrough fabric-based solution that brings unmatched levels of mission-critical security, availability, scalability and predictable computing performance.

2014

On October 6, 2014, Unisys announced that Coleman would leave the company effective December 1, 2014.

2014 Unisys debuts the first ClearPath® systems making use of an advanced fabric-based architecture that enables clients to run OS 2200 and MCP applications alongside Linux and Windows in the same Intel-based computing platform.

2015

2015 Unisys becomes a global managed services partner to ServiceNow to deliver integrated service management solutions that help clients in their digital business transformation.

2015 Unisys integrates the capabilities of the ClearPath® and Forward™ platforms to create the consolidated ClearPath Forward®

2015 Unisys announces a range of advanced security products and solutions, including a new software-based release of Unisys Stealth®, for protection of digital physical assets.

2016

2016 Unisys inaugurates its newest United States client service center in Augusta, Georgia, helping spur that city's growing economy and supporting its emergence as a global hub for cybersecurity.

2016 Unisys takes its flagship ClearPath® software virtual with a hardware-independent version of the MCP operating environment ready to run on any Intel x86 server, whether from Unisys or another provider.

2016 Unisys marks the 30th anniversary of the brand around the world.

2017

2017 Latest version of Unisys Stealth® microsegmentation security software introduces greater interoperability and scalability to protect data in hybrid cloud environments.

2017 Unisys wins Gold at the ITSMA Marketing Excellence Awards in the "Ensuring Customer Success" category for the Unisys Closed-loop Client Success Program.

2017 Latest version of Unisys Stealth®

2018

2018 Unisys launches CloudForte® , an agile and innovative managed services offering designed to accelerate the move to the cloud providing services for: - Innovation

2018 Unisys launches CloudForte®

2020

Unisys Stealth® 5.0 recognized as hottest new cybersecurity product at RSA Conference 2020.

2021

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