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ZTE Corporation, a global leading provider of information and communication technology solutions, has launched its G5 series servers in Thailand, marking the first time that ZTE has released its servers outside of China.

The successful launch was attended by leading industry players, including AIS, Thailand’s leading smart digital network provider; renowned consulting firm IDC; Intel, a partner in the server industry chain; and consumers from various sectors.

During the launch, ZTE unveiled some innovative features of its servers, such as high efficiency, intelligence, security and reliability, through various use cases and demonstrations.

ZTE said that the significant shift in the ICT industry in the Asia-Pacific region, driven by the development of new technologies and industries including, 5G, cloud computing, big data, AI and VR/AR, is powering a surge in demand for server procurement.

ZTE has released five types of servers at the conference, including the 5200 G5 high-density server, the R5300 G5 full-scenario universal server, the R5500 G5 mass storage server, the R6500 G5 heterogeneous computing power server and the R8500 G5 high-performance server.

The new G5 series servers boast ultimate performance for powerful computing power with the use of the latest Intel® Xeon® fourth-generation scalable processors with built-in acceleration engines. These servers provide powerful computing power and high memory bandwidth with a design that includes 32x DDR5 memory slots with a rate of up to 4,800 MT/s. The bandwidth performance has been boosted by 50%, and they support Intel® Optane™ persistent memory 300 series (Crow Pass). Additionally, the new PCIe 5.0 improves bandwidth by 150% and provides powerful hardware acceleration capabilities.

ZTE commits to collaborating further with upstream and downstream partners to build a solid computing foundation, accelerate the digital transformation of industries and enable more countries and regions to benefit from the digital economy.

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