E. Remington company was founded by Eliphalet Remington as a manufacturer of firearms.
Remington company becomes E. Remington & Sons, expanding its manufacturing capabilities across various industries.
E. Remington & Sons introduces first commercially viable typewriter that uses the QWERTY keyboard layout.
The Remington Standard 2 typewriter upstrike machine was produced with the major improvement of adding the ‘Shift’ key to type capital letters.
American Arithmometer Company was founded to manufacture and sell the first commercially viable adding and listing machine, invented by William Seward Burroughs and patented in 1892.
Burroughs granted patent for adding machine with nine-digit adding and printing mechanism, designed to record only the final result of the calculation.
American Arithmometer Company renames itself Burroughs Adding Machine Company and soon becomes the biggest adding machine company in America.
Remington Typewriter Company introduces first "noiseless" typewriter.
Sperry Gyroscope Company, founded by electrical inventor Elmer Ambrose Sperry, begins to manufacture and sell navigational equipment for ships and aircraft.
Burroughs introduces first adding-subtracting machine.
Burroughs introduces the direct-multiplication billing machine.
Remington Typewriter introduces America's first electric typewriter.
Burroughs introduces first portable adding machine, weighing 20 pounds.
Rand Kardex, led by James Rand, Jr., merges with Remington Typewriter to form Remington Rand.
Burroughs ships its one millionth adding machine.
Lt. James Doolittle and Sperry Gyroscope engineers develop the artificial horizon and the aircraft directional gyroscope, quickly adopted by airmail planes and fledgling commercial airlines.
Sperry Corporation formed as a holding company for a number of smaller entities including the original Sperry Gyroscope, Ford Instrument Company, Intercontinental Aviation, Inc.
The Sperry S-1 precision bombsight becomes "standard" equipment in some U.S. Army Air Force bombers early in World War II.
Burroughs-manufactured Norden bombsight and Sperry bombsight prove instrumental in the winning air campaign against Axis powers in World War II.
J. Presper Eckert and John Mauchly develop Electronic Numerical Integrator and Calculator (ENIAC), the world's first large-scale, general purpose digital computer; ENIAC is 100 times faster than any previous computer.
Remington Rand 409, the world's first business computer, later sold as the UNIVAC 60 and 120, is the first computer used by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service and the first computer installed in Japan.
Remington Rand delivers UNIVAC, the first commercial computer, to the U.S. Census Bureau.
The UNIVAC makes history by predicting the election of Dwight D. Eisenhower as U.S. president before polls close; featured on CBS television with Walter Cronkite.
Burroughs introduces first 10-key adding machine.
Sperry and Remington Rand merge to form Sperry Rand and over the next decade introduce ~100 computer products for commercial and military use.
Remington Rand introduces UNIVAC 1103, marking the first commercial use of random access memory (RAM).
U.S. government starts using the UNIVAC-1 weather forecasting.
Burroughs pioneers use of magnetic ink character recognition (MICR) allowing MICR readers to scan and read the information (i.e. checks and vouchers) directly into a data collection device.
U.S. Census Bureau purchases two UNIVAC 1105 computers for the 1960 census.
Sperry introduces the UNIVAC 1100 Series, forerunner of the 2200 Series.
Grace Hopper's co-creation of the UNIVAC proves instrumental to the Apollo missions by accepting a continuous 48kbps data stream from the Apollo spacecraft.
Sperry Rand's Ship Inertial Navigation System (SINS) enables the USS Triton submarine to circumnavigate the world without surfacing.
Burroughs introduces the B5000 Series, the first dual-processor and virtual memory computer, offering "higher level" programming languages (ALGOL and COBOL) as the human interface to the system.
Sperry introduces the UNIVAC 1108, the first multiprocessor computer.
Sperry introduces first cache memory disk subsystem, integral to the V77-800 (1024 bytes) and optional with the V77-600 (2048 bytes), to almost double processing speed in most typical applications.
A UNIVAC 1108, the first multiprocessor system, processes the 1970 United States Census.
Burroughs golf scoring service first introduced at the 109th Open Championship in Muirfield, Scotland. Unisys scored major tournaments around the world for more than 20 years.
Burroughs introduces A Series, forerunner of the current ClearPath® Libra system.
Sperry and Burroughs merge to form Unisys Corporation.
Sperry introduces 2200 Series, forerunner of the current ClearPath® Dorado system.
Unisys introduces Micro A, the first desktop, single-chip mainframe and the 2200/600, setting new standards for large mainframes.
Unisys selected as the contractor to build the NEXRAD (Next-Generation Radar) system, called WSR88D (Weather Surveillance Radar, 1988, Doppler), a network of high-resolution S-band Doppler radars to detect and forecast weather.
Unisys forms unit to deliver IT services.
First installation of the WSR-88D for operational use in Sterling, Virginia.
Unisys introduces 2200/500, the first mainframe based on complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) technology.
Unisys introduces ClearPath® Heterogeneous MultiProcessing (HMP), enabling clients to integrate A Series and 2200 Series applications and databases.
Services and Solutions becomes the company's single largest business.
Unisys WeatherMAX Weather Data Center serves the National Weather Service/National Centers for Environmental Prediction, FAA Weather and Radar Processor and various aviation and energy providers.
Unisys launches a seven-year project for the U.S. 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.
Unisys Windows NT servers lead industry in price/performance.
Unisys launches initiative to bring enterprise-class capabilities to Windows NT environments with Cellular Multi-Processing (CMP).
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.
Unisys begins shipping ES7000 servers - the first in the market to take advantage of Windows 2000 Datacenter Server's support for 32 processor scalability.
The Unisys CS7802 ClearPath® Plus Server provides exceptional flexibility by allowing users to partition computing resources on the fly, adjusting to varying workloads.
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.
Unisys ES7000/one Enterprise Server gives clients a foundation for combining Windows and Linux applications in their data centers.
Unisys opens a data center in Eagan, Minnesota with innovative "green" design from energy-efficient servers to restoration of surrounding prairie lands.
Unisys Security Index goes global, measuring consumer opinion on various issues related to national, personal, financial and Internet security.
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.
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.
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.
Unisys completes security certification for 14 multi-client service centers worldwide to help clients maintain stringent security for business-critical information.
Unisys debuts secure partitioning (s-Par®), a Unisys-developed virtualization technology for Intel processor-based ClearPath® servers.
Unisys launches the Unisys Hosted Secure Private Cloud Solution, giving clients the primary benefits of both provider-hosted clouds and private clouds.
Unisys unveils Stealth™ for Secure Virtual Terminal, for federal government-certified USB devices to protect mobile users' data.
Unisys Stealth® for Networks achieves EAL-4+ certification from the National Security Agency for protection of data-in-motion.
Unisys rolls out its most powerful ClearPath® system to date - the Libra and Dorado 800 Series.
Unisys Weather launches Weather Enthusiast Mobile application.
Unisys NOAAPort Gateway combines the Unisys satellite broadcast with the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) service, providing unparalleled commercial weather data.
Unisys launches the ClearPath® Libra 6200 high-end server and other new members of the ClearPath family.
Application development services of Unisys Global Services, India, achieves CMMI-Dev version 1.3 Maturity Level 5.
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.
Unisys Stealth® for Mobile solution uses micro-segmentation to address major security concerns facing enterprises as growing numbers of their employees use consumer devices at work.
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.
Unisys Stealth® provides advanced security for protection of digital physical assets via a software-based release featuring micro-segmentation, ability to secure mobile devices, and extending protection to public cloud.
Unisys integrates the ClearPath® and Forward™ platforms to create ClearPath Forward®
Unisys ClearPath® Dorado 8300 Series transitions the ClearPath architecture from proprietary platforms to a software-based fabric architecture running on Intel processors.
Unisys becomes a global managed services partner to ServiceNow® to deliver integrated service management solutions that help clients in their digital business transformation.
Unisys expands NOAAPort Gateway to receive Geostationary Operational Environmental Satellite-R (GOES-R), the most advanced fleet of geostationary weather satellites.
Stealth(aware)™ deploys enterprise-wide micro-segmentation security across extended networks with the touch of a button; Stealth(cloud)™ is available on Amazon Web Services Marketplace and Microsoft Azure cloud.
U.S. National Security Agency designates Unisys Stealth® as eligible to protect sensitive systems for 20 governments worldwide.
Unisys inaugurates its newest U.S. client service center in Augusta, Georgia, helping spur that city's growing economy and supporting its emergence as a global hub for cybersecurity.
Unisys marks the 30th anniversary of the brand around the world.
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.
Unisys wins Gold at the ITSMA Marketing Excellence Awards in the "Ensuring Customer Success" category for the Unisys Closed-loop Client Success Program.
Latest version of Unisys Stealth® micro-segmentation security software introduces greater interoperability and scalability to protect data in hybrid cloud environments.
2017 Unisys Security Index™ measures concerns of consumers on issues related to national, personal, financial and Internet security around the world. This year marks 10 years and counting.
Unisys AirCore® provides a suite of advanced transportation solutions for airlines to optimize their sales and customer service capabilities across aspects of the passenger journey.
Unisys Digistics™, a new cargo platform for air carriers, can simplify business processes through automation, provide advanced analytics, improve processes and sustain efficient routes.
Unisys FamilyNow™ introduces a comprehensive, next-generation case management software solution for social services agencies to better protect children and assist families in need.
Unisys ActiveInsights™ provides Healthcare and Life Sciences organizations with a secure, integrated approach to medical device management.
Unisys Elevate™ provides omnichannel solution for a seamless banking experience anytime, anywhere.
Philadelphia Business Journal recognizes Unisys as a "Healthcare Innovator of the Year" recognizing the Unisys Stealth® security software suite.
Unisys unveils LineSight®, an advanced analytic-based solution to dramatically improve accuracy in assessing border security threats.
Unisys launches Unisys InteliServe™ to transform the traditional service desk into an intelligent, user-centric experience for digital workers with single point of engagement, better outcomes through AI, and personalized services platform.
Unisys launches CloudForte® , an agile and innovative managed services offering designed to accelerate the move to the cloud providing services for: Innovation - Discovery - Migration – Transformation - Operations.
Unisys unveils TrustCheck™ Cyber Risk Management subscription-based service that continually assesses and prioritizes cyber risk in economic terms.
Unisys named Leader in Gartner 2019 Magic Quadrant for Managed Workplace Services, NA positioned highest on ability to execute axis.
Unisys releases Stealth® 4.0 security software, featuring dynamic isolation of suspicious machines to limit breach damage. Unisys also releases Stealth(identity)™ 2.0, and launched its new Managed PKI offering.
ClearPath® MCP Software Series for Microsoft Azure enables users to deploy business-critical applications transparently in the public cloud without altering existing business models, re-engineering or changing code.
Unisys closed on the sale of the company’s U.S. Federal business to Science Applications International Corporate (SAIC). The sale positions Unisys with improved operational flexibility and increased value to shareholders.
Unisys Stealth® 5.0 recognized as hottest new cybersecurity product at RSA Conference 2020.
Unisys awarded International IT System Provider of the Year by highly acclaimed STAT Times International for Air Cargo for facilitating digital transformation across supply chain.
ENIAC 75th Anniversary - Unisys’ talented and diverse workforce continues to do the work pioneered by women in the 1940s, developing systems and solutions to address the most pressing problems of the day.