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Chinese firm launches new SSDs with Yangtze Memory 3D NAND
2020-07-29 20:09:58 GMT+8 | cnTechPost
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Shenzhen-based Powev Electronic Technology Co., Limited today
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the release of its Gloway Yi Series SSDs, powered by Yangtze Memory 3D NAND.

The Gloway Yi series NVMe SSD, positioned as an entry-level (low-mid-range) NVMe SSD, is purely China-made and will use the main controller from fabless IC design company InnoGrit, the company said.

Chinese firm launches new SSDs with Yangtze Memory 3D NAND-cnTechPost

It will use Yangtze Memory's 3D NAND for its flash memory, with no independent cache and HMB virtual cache support.
In May this year, the Gloway Yi Pro series SSDs were available on
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, with the 512 GB version priced at RMB 469.


Gloway Yi Pro series SSDs are 2.5-inch SATA disks, using Yangtze Memory's 64-layer TLC 3D NAND, based on Xstacking architecture.
The Gloway Yi Pro series are based on the MXS090X series of chips from Maxio Technology, a Chinese SSD controller developer.

Gloway Yi Pro series SSDs offer sequential read speeds of up to 500MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 450MB/s.
 

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Huawei ends 9-month battle state for HMS development
2020-07-29 18:04:53 GMT+8 | cnTechPost
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Huawei ends 9-month battle state for HMS development-cnTechPost

Huawei is pushing the HMS ecosystem with the highest priority, and with the release of HMS Core 5.0, Huawei's battle state has temporarily ceased and employees are entering a new phase of work.

Huawei recently published a speech by rotating CEO Xu Zhijun, titled "Building the world's third smartphone ecosystem, turning the impossible into possible".

Souhu Tech quoted Huawei insiders as saying that the nine-month period of state of war ended with the release of HMS Core 5.0 and the first phase of development has been completed. Employees will return to their respective geographies to continue the fight in their precious teams in next phase of the project.
Huawei's HMS is progressing rapidly, with more than 2,500 out of more than 3,000 top applications already running on the HMS, the sources said.
In the article, which was only made public internally at Huawei, Xu Zhijun argued that "building the HMS ecosystem is the fastest possible solution to end the state of Huawei's phones being unavailable overseas, which is the first and highest priority."


"Although GMS is unavailable, AOSP is open source software that is available. Building an HMS alternative to GMS based on AOSP allows developers to quickly build a global HMS ecosystem," He said.
On February 20 this year, Huawei set up a brand new department responsible for HMS ecology construction.

Called the "Global Ecological Development Department," the new division is part of one of Huawei's four business groups, the Consumer Business Group, and it has a tentative headcount of 36.
The division's president is Wang Yimin, previously president of Huawei's consumer business in Northeast Europe, reporting to Richard Yu, CEO of the consumer business.
On May 15, 2019, Google banned the pre-installation of Google GMS on Huawei's newly released phones, as required by the U.S. government.
After a few months of exploration, Huawei discovered that while it could no longer use Google's GMS, AOSP (Android Open-Source Project) was open source and could be used by anyone.
Huawei decided to build its own GMS, Huawei Mobile Service - HMS, based on AOSP.

Huawei's Songshan Lake base in Dongguan is the "main battlefield" where Huawei was running in battle mode this time, with Huawei employees from Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, and Wuhan arriving for the nine-month intensive development effort.
At the end of June 2020, Huawei HMS Core 5.0 was released, with enhancements to the original capabilities, adding a total of more than 20 new features in a variety of areas, including Graphics and Media.

Till now, the team's most important work is done.
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After Huawei was added to the export control "entity list", new models released after the Mate 30 series in September 2019 will not be able to get Google's authorized updates, and will not be able to call Google's suite of APIs.
Therefore, HMS service is imperative.
Huawei’s use of AOSP is still dangerous. Hope Huawei see that.
 

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Chinese firm launches new SSDs with Yangtze Memory 3D NAND
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Chinese firm launches new SSDs with Yangtze Memory 3D NAND-cnTechPost

Shenzhen-based Powev Electronic Technology Co., Limited today
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the release of its Gloway Yi Series SSDs, powered by Yangtze Memory 3D NAND.

The Gloway Yi series NVMe SSD, positioned as an entry-level (low-mid-range) NVMe SSD, is purely China-made and will use the main controller from fabless IC design company InnoGrit, the company said.

Chinese firm launches new SSDs with Yangtze Memory 3D NAND-cnTechPost

It will use Yangtze Memory's 3D NAND for its flash memory, with no independent cache and HMB virtual cache support.
In May this year, the Gloway Yi Pro series SSDs were available on
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, with the 512 GB version priced at RMB 469.


Gloway Yi Pro series SSDs are 2.5-inch SATA disks, using Yangtze Memory's 64-layer TLC 3D NAND, based on Xstacking architecture.
The Gloway Yi Pro series are based on the MXS090X series of chips from Maxio Technology, a Chinese SSD controller developer.

Gloway Yi Pro series SSDs offer sequential read speeds of up to 500MB/s and sequential write speeds of up to 450MB/s.
YTMC - NAND
ChangXin (Innotron) - DRAM
 

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Huawei ends 9-month battle state for HMS development
2020-07-29 18:04:53 GMT+8 | cnTechPost
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Huawei ends 9-month battle state for HMS development-cnTechPost

Huawei is pushing the HMS ecosystem with the highest priority, and with the release of HMS Core 5.0, Huawei's battle state has temporarily ceased and employees are entering a new phase of work.

Huawei recently published a speech by rotating CEO Xu Zhijun, titled "Building the world's third smartphone ecosystem, turning the impossible into possible".

Souhu Tech quoted Huawei insiders as saying that the nine-month period of state of war ended with the release of HMS Core 5.0 and the first phase of development has been completed. Employees will return to their respective geographies to continue the fight in their precious teams in next phase of the project.
Huawei's HMS is progressing rapidly, with more than 2,500 out of more than 3,000 top applications already running on the HMS, the sources said.
In the article, which was only made public internally at Huawei, Xu Zhijun argued that "building the HMS ecosystem is the fastest possible solution to end the state of Huawei's phones being unavailable overseas, which is the first and highest priority."


"Although GMS is unavailable, AOSP is open source software that is available. Building an HMS alternative to GMS based on AOSP allows developers to quickly build a global HMS ecosystem," He said.
On February 20 this year, Huawei set up a brand new department responsible for HMS ecology construction.

Called the "Global Ecological Development Department," the new division is part of one of Huawei's four business groups, the Consumer Business Group, and it has a tentative headcount of 36.
The division's president is Wang Yimin, previously president of Huawei's consumer business in Northeast Europe, reporting to Richard Yu, CEO of the consumer business.
On May 15, 2019, Google banned the pre-installation of Google GMS on Huawei's newly released phones, as required by the U.S. government.
After a few months of exploration, Huawei discovered that while it could no longer use Google's GMS, AOSP (Android Open-Source Project) was open source and could be used by anyone.
Huawei decided to build its own GMS, Huawei Mobile Service - HMS, based on AOSP.

Huawei's Songshan Lake base in Dongguan is the "main battlefield" where Huawei was running in battle mode this time, with Huawei employees from Beijing, Nanjing, Shanghai, and Wuhan arriving for the nine-month intensive development effort.
At the end of June 2020, Huawei HMS Core 5.0 was released, with enhancements to the original capabilities, adding a total of more than 20 new features in a variety of areas, including Graphics and Media.

Till now, the team's most important work is done.
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After Huawei was added to the export control "entity list", new models released after the Mate 30 series in September 2019 will not be able to get Google's authorized updates, and will not be able to call Google's suite of APIs.
Therefore, HMS service is imperative.
very dissapoint !
why don't "harmony os"
they can put harmony os in PC , Car , watch ,.... but smartphone still use AOSP !
 

hullopilllw

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Hi hullopilllw,

YTMC also have the 126 layer ?
Yes. Though it is still roughly one year away from hitting the market, the domestic market will probably soak up all the supply for 64-layers.
Samsung is aiming for 160-layer this year-end.
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In a milestone for China’s semiconductor industry, Yangtze Memory Technologies (YMTC)
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last week that it has developed a 128-layer NAND flash memory chip (128L) in-house. The company expects mass production to start sometime between the end of 2020 and mid-2021, a spokesperson for YMTC told TechNode.

The Wuhan-based firm hit this milestone while fighting to continue production during the lockdown of its home city.
GigaDevice is also setting a DRAM Fab. Their funding has quite a number of backers including Singapore's GIC/Temasek.
TsingHua UniGroup's own DRAM is quite a disappointment though, they are aiming to roll out by 2022/2023 on 19nm node, it will be dead on arrival.
 

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Many Chinese students came to Australia with intention of staying, some for new lifestyle, job opportunity,some to park their parents' secret monies, or as an escape door if get into trouble in China ( Australia never sent back serious criminals due to China death penalty, human rights etc). Education is not necessary the top priority. I have hosted a few Chinese students, majority are not serious in their studies. However, the present anti-China Australian government, economic recession and coronavirus situations have altered their plans. One university student is not coming back, continue to finish degree on line. Private companies are employing more South Asian, mostly Indian than Chinese. Most Chinese have to start their own business depending mostly on Chinese customers. Hardly find Chinese employed in high or senior positions due to lack of trust or other reasons. This situation will remain until China - Australia government to government, people to people relationships can get back to normal. So Chinese brain drain is not going to be a problem in Australia and many other countries at the present moment. Trump is actually cleansing Chinese students and professionals in all high tech institutions.
This is a disaster, we need a Chinese presence in Australia. Hopefully things can cool down or at least stabilize.
 
This is a disaster, we need a Chinese presence in Australia. Hopefully things can cool down or at least stabilize.
Oh no, another "disaster"! It's like everything is a "disaster" but China just keeps growing like it's using all these "disasters" as fertilizer! Oh dear, so many disasters. I opened my delivery bag just now and the restaurant only gave 2 napkins; how am I gonna deal this is unmitigated disaster?? Devastating! LOLOL
 

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