Yes, these are one and the same.

A related species is Photinia serrulata (Chinese photinia) a coarser texture, taller plant (12 to 20 feet). It makes an excellent screen and is resistant to heat and drought but is highly susceptible to powdery mildew, during moist spring weather. This plant can be seen in old landscapes with its brick-red fruit in winter but is rarely seen in nurseries or newer landscapes. It is a quality plant, unlike its relative Fraser’s red tip, and should be considered in modern landscapes.