ZTE launches scalable servers

GUO Shubo explains how the servers can serve the needs of various industries during their launch in Beijing. | PHOTOGRAPH COURTESY OF ZTE

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

The new G5 series servers support liquid cooling heat dissipation. They possess high-density computing power, flexible expansion, heterogeneous computing power, mass storage, stability, and reliability,
The capabilities provide more powerful computing power for the development of the digital economy, ZTE said.

ZTE’s G5-Series servers are scalable processors with up to 120 cores in two sockets, providing powerful computing power support. The servers have a high memory bandwidth design with 32 DDR5 memory slots.

The highest rate is up to 4800MT/s, and bandwidth performance is up by 50 percent. The servers support Intel Optane persistent memory 300 series (Crow Pass). The new PCIe 5.0 improves bandwidth by 150 percent and provides powerful hardware acceleration capabilities.

ZTE’s R6500 G5 heterogeneous computing power server has a built-in 10-20 computing intelligent acceleration engine. It can flexibly schedule various computing power resources to achieve the best combination of computing power, such as CPU + GPU and CPU + GPU + DPU, to meet the requirements of various computing power scenarios such as AI and supercomputing, according to Guo Shubo, deputy general manager of the server and storage product line at ZTE, said.

“As one of the worldwide leaders in the digital economy, we believe that these new servers will help facilitate and improve the digital transformation of numerous Philippine companies. The powerful G5 servers are reliable, stable, and cost-effective, making it the perfect choice for any industry,” Guo said.

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