When we get into to the age of big data, we look at two important indictors to measure how deep to get involved in this revolution – memory size and network bandwidth. About 20 years ago, was a time when most people in the high-tech industry were still talking about the “computing capability” and were excited about the releases of Pentium serials. Today, only memory size, 128GB, 256GB …, differentiates an iPhone price. People are now more interested in how data is stored and transferred. Memory, especially NAND flash, is widely utilized in an individual’s daily life. From computers to cell phones, from data centers to enterprise grade servers, NAND flash has helped different applications solve data storage problems with higher efficiency, higher security and lower power. At the same time, big data applications also drive the memory industry, making it the first segment in semiconductor, occupying a third of the total semiconductor market. YMTC is the first and only IDM Company in China to develop and manufacture NAND flash. Given the capacity target of YMTC, which is over 300K wafers per month, over 1020 transistors will be tested every month in YMTC’s factory. Accurate and efficient data analysis is one of the most important ways to help quickly develop new products, stabilize mass production line and improve yield, quality and reliability. A couple of examples will be introduced during the presentation on how JMP is utilized during YMTC’s product development stage, and how it can help in future mass production.