Pyramid Technology will tomorrow unravel major changes to its business and product strategies, including the unveiling of a new corporate identity.
Pyramid, which has traditionally been known for its high-end Unix servers, is to be renamed Siemens Pyramid Information Systems. Pyramid was acquired by Siemens in March 1995. The name change is designed to align the company with other Siemens global operations.
"Our new name reflects an assurance to Pyramid customers that they are doing business with a world-class organisation with tremendous resources focused on addressing their needs," said John Chen, president and CEO of Siemens Pyramid.
Siemens Pyramid will also discuss new technology directions, including an expanded product portfolio targeted at the NT and enterprise software markets.
Pyramid was founded in 1981 and manufacturers the Pyramid family of scalable enterprise servers. The machines are based on MIPS RISC microprocessors and support both SMP (Symmetric Multiprocessing) and MMP (Massively Parallel Processing). They run a version of Unix System V, Release 4, called Pyramid Data Center Operating System (DC/OSx).
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