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A game changer for domestic Chinese electronics is due to arrive very soon: China’s top memory chipmaker will unveil its first-ever storage products.

Yangtze Memory Technologies Co., Ltd. (YMTC) in Wuhan, China, will roll out its first-ever storage products lineup in the second half of the year, 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 at SEMICON China, the country’s biggest semiconductor fair starting in Shanghai.

Yangtze Memory hopes the lineup will aid in its quest to challenge market leaders such as Samsung, Kioxia, SK Hynix and Micron, and comes at a time when China and the U.S., the world’s two biggest economies, are decoupling amid a trade and technology war. 

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