Samsung Electronics grows the ‘world’s smallest’ 10-nanometre 8-gigabit DRAM chip


Samsung Electronics Co Ltd said on Wed it is rolling out the world’s smallest DRAM chip, widening its technological lead on opponents as it monitors towards an archive operating earnings in 2017 motivated by the semiconductor business.

The “second-generation” 10-nanometre school, 8-gigabit DRAM potato chips with improved upon energy efficiency and data control performance would be aimed toward premium data-crunching consumer electronics such as cloud processing centres, cellular devices and high-speed visual credit cards, Samsung said in a assertion.

The global head in computer potato chips, tvs and smartphones said it could shift almost all of its existing DRAM development capacity to 10-nano potato chips in 2018.

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This “aggressive” creation enlargement would “accommodate strong market demand,” said Gyoyoung Jin, chief executive of Ram Business at Samsung Electronics.

With the visit of a fresh technology of top professionals in its three main businesses including semiconductors in overdue October, the Southern Korean company said it had not been looking to develop chip shipments immediately but was making an investment to keep up longer-term market position. Reuters