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Check Out the New ZTE G5 Series Servers

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ZTE launched the Intel Xeon Scalable Processor (Sapphire Rapids)-based G5 series servers in Beijing. Fourth-generation servers.

ZTE’s 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 aim to boost the digital economy.

Liquid cooling cools the latest G5 series servers. They boost the digital economy through high-density computing power, flexible expansion, heterogeneous computing power, mass storage, stability, and dependability.

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High-Performance Computing

ZTE’s G5-Series servers use the latest Intel® Xeon® fourth-generation scalable CPUs with 120 cores in 2 sockets. This improves calculation. 32 DDR5 memory slots let servers operate gobs of memory. 4800 MT/s and 50% greater bandwidth. Servers use 300-series Intel® OptaneTM persistent memory (Crow Pass). PCIe 5.0 doubles bandwidth and adds advanced hardware acceleration.

ZTE’s R6500 G5 heterogeneous computing power server includes a 10-20 computing intelligent acceleration engine. Depending on the application, it may plan CPU, GPU, and DPU resources to fulfill AI and supercomputing demands.

New G5-series servers are expandable. For instance, the R5300 G5 can carry forty-one 2.5-inch disks, twenty-five 3.5-inch disks, and four 2.5-inch disks. It has high-speed I/O. Modular hardware and software systems may be configured to meet varied application demands. Other clients’ needs and applications can be satisfied with the customized R5300 G5 server.

Rapid Industry Digitization

According to Guo Shubo, Deputy General Manager of the Server and Storage product line at ZTE, the rapid development of the digital economy and the computing power scale have also increased rapidly in recent years. ZTE, the fastest-growing server manufacturer in China in the past three years, has deployed its server and storage products in 40+ countries and regions worldwide, covering communications, the Internet, finance, power, government, transportation, and other industries.

Wan Min, the president of ZTE Philippines, thinks that the new servers will help businesses in the Philippines. “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.”

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