Samsung Showcases Its Latest Silicon Technologies for the Next Wave of Innovation at Annual Tech Day – Samsung Newsroom

Posted: October 24, 2019 at 11:23 am

Samsungs new-generation processors and memory solutions set to power innovation across mobile, home, data center, and automotive markets

Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced semiconductor technology, showcased advanced memory and system logic devices at its Tech Day 2019 event. Fueling the future of tech for 5G, AI, cloud, edge, IoT, and autonomous vehicles, Samsung highlighted new processor and memory device capabilities. The company unveiled the Exynos 990 premium mobile processor, the 5G-enabled Exynos Modem 5123 and announced mass production of its third generation 10nm-class 1z-nm DRAM.

Samsung is focused on harnessing the most advanced semiconductor technologies to power innovation across key markets, said JS Choi, president, Samsung Semiconductor. From System LSI devices that are perfectly adapted for real-world 5G and AI, to advanced solid-state drives (SSDs) that handle mission-critical tasks and offload CPU workload, we are determined to deliver infrastructure capabilities that are built to enable every wave of innovation.

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Samsung also proposed new business possibilities for next-generation memory technologies, including the companys 7th-generation V-NAND with nearly 200 (1yy) cell layers for mobile and other premium memory solutions, and next-generation PCIe Gen5 SSDs for future server and storage applications.

Samsungs third annual Tech Day hosted Silicon Valleys leading companies, featured customer collaborations on GPU, PCIe Gen4 and HBM2e technologies, an industry-leading customer panel, and a demo pavilion showcasing the future of home automation, data centers, mobile/5G, and automotive technology.

The proliferation of technological advances in 5G, edge computing and AI is changing the world at an exponential pace. The impact of AI will be everywhere, from new avenues for communication and unprecedented connections. AIs impact will be seen everywhere. Self-driving cars will take to our roads and homes and businesses will become truly connected, said Choi. To enable such innovations, technology infrastructure must lead the way. Samsung is committed to being at the heart of all this innovation and it will be fascinating to see what the world can do.

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