ZTE’s ZXCLOUD R5300 G4 is a new generation of 2U dual-socket rack server. With high density and fine design, the server provides excellent computing performance as well as flexible and powerful expansion capability. With powerful 7X24 uninterrupted read/write service, the R5300 G4 can be widely used in massive data processing scenarios involved in Internet, cloud computing, big data, governments, enterprises and telecom operators.
The ZXCLOUD KS3200 V2 storage launched by ZTE, provides customers with secure and reliable storage services with excellent performance. It is an unified high-end and medium-end storage solution using industry-leading hardware. With high-density interface design and new concept of software architecture, the KS3200 V2 provides complete storage value-added services, and meets enterprise customer’s requirements for data storage capacity, IO performance, data security and service continuity. It can be applied in medium and large-scale databases, high-performance computing, cloud PC, multimedia video data storage, file services, internet application, disaster recovery and other fields.
All-in-one server mode
• Scenarios: On premise system supporting no more than 60 users for small enterprises.
• Features: Integration of computing, storage, and software, small space usage, low cost, and improved equipment utilization.
• Investment Protection: Green and energy saving.
• Scenarios: Highly-reliable system supporting 100 to 500 users for small and medium enterprises.
• Features: A single rack server provides both computing and storage capabilities, and the distributed storage technology is adopted to form a logical disk array from the server hard disks being used.
• Cost-efficient: Shared storage (logically), data migration support.
Centralized storage mode
• Scenarios: Large-scale and unified system deployment with high requirements for reliability and concurrency throughput.
• Features: The standard rack server is used as the management and computing node, and the disk array as centralized storage.
• Shared storage: Services on a faulty server can be automatically migrated to other servers.