ZTE and Computer Union Collaborate on Advanced IT Solutions in Thailand
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ZTE and Computer Union Collaborate on Advanced IT Solutions in Thailand

ZTE Corporation, a global leader in information and communication technology solutions, has partnered with Computer Union, Thailand's prominent IT solution distributor, to jointly develop cutting-edge IT solutions. This collaboration aims to enhance their product offerings, strengthen their relationship, and support Thailand's digital transformation efforts, providing innovative solutions for the evolving IT landscape.

ZTE Corporation (0763.HK / 000063.SZ), a global leading provider of information and communication technology solutions, has entered into a collaboration agreement with Computer Union, Thailand's leading IT solution distributor, to collaborate on cutting-edge IT solutions under its latest strategic partnership project.

The contract was signed in Bangkok Thailand by Mr. Teera Phutrakul, Chairman of Computer Union and Mr. Han Zhiming, Managing Director of ZTE Thailand. The signing was witnessed and attended by Miss. Pawasut Seewirot, Director of Saha-Union, Mr. Mei Zhonghua, Senior Vice President of ZTE and Mr. Zhang Wanchun, Senior Vice President of ZTE.

The main goal of this agreement is to formalise the interaction and strengthen the relationship between Computer Union and ZTE at both strategic and working levels, stimulate and facilitate the development of collaborative and mutually beneficial activities which serve to achieve heightened levels of productivity, efficiency and profitability for their partners.

ZTE has the advantage of integrating various resources from software and hardware manufacturers, solution providers, and service providers, and providing customers with more advanced and reliable solutions through continuous R&D investment and technological innovation. Through the agreement, Computer Union’s Value Added Solutions team, led by Mr. Darwin Darakananda - Head of Business Development, will explore ZTE offerings to expand its product catalogue diversities and provide a comprehensive suite of solutions that meet the requirements of more clients. ZTE is committed to dedicating time and expertise to support Computer Union's vision of establishing a solid digital foundation and exploring Thailand's digital market together. The agreement will allow customers of both companies to leverage the best-of-breed features and performance, including computing, data storage, and network building needs. It reflects their shared ambitions to continue the digital transformation journey and further enhances their roles as leaders of IT solutions in Thailand.

Amid the digital transformation sweeping across industries worldwide, ZTE has gained deep insights into market demands. Offering a full range of servers and storage products, including general-purpose servers, liquid-cooling servers, heterogeneous servers, all-flash storage, mixed-flash storage, and distributed disk array, ZTE delivers stable and reliable computing infrastructure to support digital transformation in most application scenarios, such as cloud computing, big data processing, distributed storage, and AI. Until now, ZTE has launched dozens of independently developed server storage products, which have been applied to more than 50 countries and regions worldwide, serving multiple industries such as telecom, internet, finance, power, government, and transportation. With the surge of digital transformation, the IT industry in Thailand is experiencing a new phase, and the demand for servers is also growing.

The collaboration between Computer Union and ZTE will also serve as an important step towards strengthening the nation's digital infrastructure, and empower Thailand's competitive edge in delivering cutting-edge solutions to the marketplace. This strategic alliance will help solidify the two companies' position as leading active players in the field of digitisation, further enabling them to set the foundation for capitalising on the abundant opportunities presented by digital transformation.

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