Recently, Yusio Sakamoto, the newly appointed vice president of Tsinghua Unigroup and CEO of its Japanese subsidiary, was interviewed by Japanese media.
Yukio Sakamoto said that Unigroup’s goal is to mass-produce DRAM memory within five years, and his job is to help the company achieve its goal. To this end, Unigroup will set up a development center in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, and expects to recruit 70-100 engineers. The development center will cooperate with China’s process technology team to build a memory technology that can be mass-produced in 2-3.
In addition, industry insiders revealed that Unigroup has planned to invest 800 billion yuan in the next ten years to accelerate mass production of DRAM.