Chinese DRAM maker CXMT ramping 19nm production

Posted on Wednesday, Nov 13 2019 @ 15:23 CET by Thomas De Maesschalck
DigiTimes reports Chinese DRAM maker CXMT is ramping up 19nm production. The firm's goal is to improve its output to 40,000 wafers by mid-2020.
Chinese DRAM maker CXMT ramping 19nm process output: China-based DRAM chipmaker ChangXin Memory Technologies (CXMT, formerly Innotron) has managed to improve its 19nm process manufacturing yield rates to satisfactory levels, and is ramping up the process output with a goal of reaching 40,000 wafers monthly by the middle of 2020, according to industry sources.
As we've covered before, China is setting up its own chip production capacity. The country is building DRAM and NAND fabs and the initial goal here will be to become more self-sufficient. China is one of the largest importers of DRAM and NAND.


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