Samsung has announced the new LPDDR-based LPCAMM which claims to offer the benefits of both So-DIMM and LPDDR modules while being smaller and more power efficient than the current offerings.
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Samsung has announced its first GDDR7 32Gpbs memory chips to expand AI-based capabilities and high-performance computing. The new chips boast a 40% performance uplift and better efficiency over GDDR6.
Samsung has started mass-producing its "most advanced" DDR5 DRAM memory chips based on 12nm technology. The new memory feature improved power efficiency and productivity for next-generation computing.
The South Korean company suffered its lowest profits in 14 years during the first quarter of 2023, so Samsung now plans to cut production of its chips down "to a meaningful level."
Today, Samsung unveiled plans to start mass-producing 12nm DDR5 16-gigabit RAM with extra optimizations for AMD platforms. The company claims new chips will "advance next-generation computing."
Samsung has announced its next evolution of GDDR memory in the form of the new GDDR6W technology. The new tech promises close to HBM levels of performance while smaller than traditional GDDR6.
Samsung and Qualcomm have successfully completed the validation of 8.5Gbps LPDDR5X. This means we should begin to see Snapdragon powered phones, among others, with the new superfast RAM soon.
Samsung announced today its new Memory-semantic SSDs. These new SSDs are based on the CXL interface standard and promise to offer up to 20x or 1900% improvement in random reads, and more.
Samsung has unveiled its latest DRAM developments for flagship graphics cards. The firm's latest GDDR6 memory chips promise speeds up to 24 Gbps and innovative circuit design with advanced materials.
Samsung today has introduced the fourth generation of Universal Flash Storage (UFS) 4.0. The new NAND flash storage will enable speeds of up to 4,200MB/s which is double that of last gen UFS 3.1.
The next-gen LPDDR standard dubbed LPDDR5X has been announced today by Samsung. It is the industry's first such solution and promises to deliver 64GB capacities at 8.5Gbps to low-power devices.
AMD recently launched the RX 6600 XT for $379, a price higher than many expected. The company's justification is the doubling of memory prices which is indeed true, according to price listings online.
Samsung recently released the world's first 512GB DDR5 memory module. But the company is planning to go even further by developing a new 768GB module using 24Gb DRAM chips in the future.
Samsung is going to deploy its LPDDR5 uMCP across mid to high-end smartphones this month. This will allow smartphone users to access 5G functionality enabled by LPDDR5 memory and UFS 3.1 NAND storage.
Samsung regularly works on enhancing its memory and semiconductor solutions. The company has introduced a campaign that showcases the importance that the tech giant associates with these chips.
Samsung has released an industry-first integrated PMIC that is designed to provide major power savings on its DDR5 memory modules. The three types of PMICs released today will scale the entire market.
Samsung has built the industry's first DDR5 memory compatible with the CXL interface. CXL is a cache-coherent interconnect which allows for high-performance heterogeneous computing.
Samsung announces that it has designed and developed the industry's first 512GB DDR5 DRAM module. For its power efficiency, the company has applied HKMG technology, traditionally used in processors.
Samsung has introduced its latest processing-in-memory architecture or PIM. According to the firm, this new innovation is able to double the output while also significantly reducing the power draw.
Samsung has announced its new mobile device memory which offers a 1.5x speed improvement and also cuts power consumption by 30% to enable a longer battery life. The chip will be in future flagships.