China’s National Memory Chip Project Begins Construction In Wuhan

By TechSecurityChina.com Editor
September 11, 2017

China’s national memory base project recently has begun construction in the Wuhan East Lake High-tech Development Zone.

With a total investment of USD24 billion, this national memory base will realize an annual output of over USD10 billion upon its full completion by 2020. Illinois Fighting Illini nike tn 2017 femme At the same time, Nike Air Max 90 it will become a breakthrough for the scale development of China’s integrated circuit memory chip industry.

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    The first phase of the project plans to complete construction and put into production in 2018 and the entire project is expected to be completed in 2020. Asics Hombre With its full completion, it will achieve the total production capacity of 300,000 chips per month and an annual output of over USD10 billion.

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