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China's top memory chipmaker to unveil first-ever storage products

Yangtze Memory bolsters line up amid US-China decoupling

A researcher examines a semiconductor wafer at parent company Tsinghua Unigroup.   © Reuters

TAIPEI -- Yangtze Memory Technologies, China's top memory chipmaker, will roll out its first-ever storage products lineup in the second half of the year, the company said Saturday, adding that the items will be used in a wide range of electronic devices from smartphone to cloud computing servers.

"We will have built a wide range of system memory products with our own brand for not only personal computers, enterprises storage, cloud computing solutions, but also to high-end smartphones, and to setup boxes, tablets, and other consumer electronics," Cheng Weihua, Yangtze Memory co-chief technology officer said during his keynote speech at SEMICON China, the country's biggest semiconductor fair starting in Shanghai.

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