Samsung has produced 1 trillion GB of memory in more than 40 years

Samsung Tech Day 2022 event, Samsung Electronics President and head of memory business Jung-bae Lee said that Samsung has produced a total of 1 trillion GB of memory in more than 40 years, only in the past three years. produced about half.

Samsung said it has been a leader in DRAM and NAND for 30 and 20 years, respectively. Currently, Samsung is developing fifth-generation 10nm-class (1b) DRAM and eighth- and ninth-generation vertical NAND (V-NAND), promising to continue to provide the most powerful combination of memory technologies for the next decade.

According to Jung-bae Lee, advances in memory bandwidth, capacity, and power efficiency have spawned a new generation of platforms, which in turn spurred more semiconductor innovation, and Samsung will increasingly push for higher levels of digital co-evolution. integrated.

Finally, Samsung reiterated its overarching goal of enhancing customer value and pursuing a customer-oriented development philosophy, further expanding its ecosystem partnerships. To stimulate wider open innovation, Samsung will open the Samsung Memory Research Center (SMRC) , where customers and partners can test and validate Samsung memory and software solutions in a variety of server environments. Beginning with the opening of the first SMRC in South Korea in the fourth quarter of this year, Samsung plans to follow up with ecosystem partners such as Red Hat and Google Cloud to launch more centers in the U.S. and around the world.

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