Internet of Things
Samsung’s memory, logic and display technologies are at the epicenter of the Internet of Things. These components simplify how consumers interact and obtain information, access data and deliver crisp, clear images.
IT Infrastructure
Samsung enables IT infrastructure to function at its most optimal levels, making the highest performing and most power-effective DRAM, solid state storage and digital displays for datacenters and computing platform across the globe.
mobile flash storage
Samsung’s industry-first 256GB UFS 2.0 and eMMC 5.1 memories will provide faster speeds, enhanced security and greater efficiency in executing commands. This latest industry standard, ultra-fast UFS is playing a key role in IoT and today’s mobile devices.
mobile dram
Samsung’s industry-leading 20nm 12Gb LPDDR4 provides 30% greater power efficiency, while offering double the performance of LPDDR3. The chip allows for 6GB densities and can support UHD video recording/playback plus continuous shooting of images with over 20 megapixels.
cmos image sensors
Employing groundbreaking ISOCELL technology, Samsung’s imagers have decreased crosstalk by 30%, increased brightness by 25% and introduced a 56% wider chief ray angle, which should greatly improve low-light performance and help to de-noise images, a common problem with small smartphone sensors.
application processors
Samsung’s Exynos family of ARM-based processors gives system-level designers the ability to develop smartphones, tablets, wearables and other IoT devices that meet the consumer’s growing need for powerful, energy-efficient devices. These processors enable innovative applications utilizing Bio-Processors, and secure authentication and payment.
Samsung new smart lighting module (SLM) is the most fundamental IoT building block for the fast-growing, smart building and smart city markets. In addition, Samsung’s Artik mobile platform provides all the essential hardware and software building blocks to allow faster, simpler development of new enterprise, industrial and consumer IoT applications.
Liquid crystal displays have been the primary display technology for years. Available in sizes up to 105 inches diagonal, many Samsung Display panels have a color gamut as high as the bellwether Adobe RGB, in addition to Full HD and UHD resolutions in curved and flat designs.
Benefitting from extensive research, Samsung Display OLED (organic light emitting diodes) panels boast a color gamut that exceeds that of most TVs today – at more than 100 percent of the NTSC standard, and dazzle with Full HD or UHD resolution. They are primarily found in smartphones (gateways to the IoT) and other mobile devices today, but are also expected to be widely used in TV sets, automotive applications and transparent digital signage in the future.
With densities up to 15.36TB, Samsung’s SSDs are ideal for applications that include SQL database logs, OLTP, media streaming, virtualization, video-on-demand, front-end web and an abundance of cloud applications such as social media. Samsung SSDs are available with SATA, SAS, PCIe and NVMe interfaces, offering random read speeds up to 1,000,000 IOPs.
To maximize the efficiency of virtually any type of server, Samsung offers the most advanced DDR3 and DDR4 memory. With speeds up to 2400 mbps (DDR4) and power levels of only 1.2 (DDR4) and 1.35 (DDR3) volts, these components deliver the highest densities (128GB) and the most advanced (20nm) process technology for data center use.
Displays play a critical role in helping IT managers to keep command & control and other remotely monitored data centers running on time and on track, while operating at maximum efficiency. Samsung’s LCD displays offer exceptionally high contrast, and full HD or UHD resolution, which are key to getting the best out of a 24/7 operation.