Huawei, AMD Support Shenzhen Domain Online Gaming Network

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
May 30, 2006

Shenzhen Domain Network, Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Huawei Technologies have announced the formation of a strategic collaboration to work together to support an online gaming network, brand communications, marketing and promotions.

As part of the cooperation, Shenzhen Domain Network will adopt the Telecommunications Standard Service Platform (TSSP) from Huawei Technologies based on AMD’s 64-bit Dual-Core AMD Opteron processors to provide an online game operating platform.

The powerful system will provide a leading-edge operating environment with high performance, reliability, scalability, and energy efficiency for Shenzhen Domain’s premium online games including the upcoming Huaxia2. The new Dual-Core AMD Opteron processor-based platform is designed to help Shenzhen Domain Network deliver improved customer satisfaction for its online game users.

“We are very pleased to forge this strategic collaboration with AMD and Huawei Technologies, two leaders in their respective industries,” said Zhang Yan, CEO of Shenzhen Domain Network. “The AMD processor-based Huawei solution is planned to provide cutting-edge servers and networks, end-to-end operating solutions to get our gaming products, including the Huaxia2, more powerfully equipped. We will work together to make more exciting gaming experiences available for tens of thousands of our customers in China. This is one more milestone in Shenzen Domain Network’s efforts to work with industry partners to contribute to the growth of the online game industry.”

Karen Guo, AMD Corporate Vice President and President of AMD Greater China, said, “The strategic relationship with Huawei and Shenzhen Domain Network further demonstrates AMD’s customer-centric approach. This is just one of many breakthroughs for AMD in the online gaming market. We will continue to work with our industry partners to leverage our innovative and industry-leading technologies to facilitate the development of the gaming industry in the long run.”

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