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Industry-leading Semiconductor Solutions Showcased at CES 2019

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At this year’s CES, Samsung Electronics introduced its vision for the future of Connected Living and exhibited its most up-to-date solutions at the Las Vegas Convention Center. As exciting as the public exhibition was the company’s customized exhibition at the Encore Hotel, where Samsung showcased its cutting-edge semiconductor technologies and solutions, including CES 2019 Innovation Awards Honorees, exclusively for its key customers and partners. Roll out the red carpet. This year, three memory products received coveted CES 2019 Innovation Awards, and they are at the full display for the invited guests.
These are the images of three Samsung products that won the 2019 CES Innovation Award.
These are the images of three Samsung products that won the 2019 CES Innovation Award.

Samsung 256GB 3DS DDR4 RDIMM is the industry’s fastest DDR4 and highest density memory module for next-generation enterprise server platforms, providing the finest high-density, high-performance consumer infrastructure solutions and extremely low-power consumption (15 watts at 1.2V). Samsung 512GB Universal Flash Storage is the industry’s first 512-gigabyte embedded Universal Flash Storage (UFS), for automotive A/V systems and next-gen flagship mobile devices, using Samsung’s new 64-layer 512-gigabit V-NAND chips. The 512GB UFS package transfers a 5GB-equivalent full HD video clip to an SSD in about six seconds, over 8X faster than a typical microSD card. Samsung 3.84TB NVMe Z-SSD SZ1733 offers a new level of storage for supercomputing targeted for AI analysis, big data and IoT applications, using the new Z-NAND chips that provide 10 times higher cell read performance than 3-bit V-NAND chips. Samsung’s automotive solution is one of the highlights for this year, and key components and technologies for an in-vehicle infotainment, telematics and advanced driving assistance system (ADAS) are showcased to the customers and partners. Here’s a sneak peak of the exclusive event. Automotice Solutions
image of 4 People talking about Exynos Auto V9
image of 4 People talking about Exynos Auto V9

Samsung showcased the latest Exynos Auto V9, Samsung’s first automotive dedicated system-on chip for the next generation IVI (In-Vehicle Infotainment) system. The Exynos Auto V9 can support up to six high resolution displays through powerful processing from eight core CPUs and tri-cluster GPU. Notably, tri-cluster GPU is arranged in three separated dedicated sets of GPU cores that are able to seamlessly support multiple systems such as the cluster display, central information display (CID) and HUD (Head Up Display) simultaneously. Furthermore, the Exynos Auto V9 is equipped with a neural processing unit (NPU) that processes visual and audio data to accurately recognize face, speech or gesture for intelligent driving experiences. Samsung demonstrated the Exynos Auto V9 using a reference platform that featured six displays including a CID, a cluster, two passenger displays and two e-mirror displays. The demo presented diverse driving assistant and entertainment experiences in a vehicle such as running navigation in CID while playing a movie in rear-seat displays.
Image of Exynos Auto T, a telematics solution
Image of Exynos Auto T, a telematics solution

For the upcoming automotive revolution, Samsung showcased the Exynos Auto T, a telematics solution that allows safe driving experience through integrated use of telecommunications and informatics technologies. Furthermore, a high throughput performance of the Exynos Modem 5100, the industry’s first cellular modem that supports multi-mode from 2G to 5G NR, was presented at the booth.
Images of the Exynos Modem 5100 with multimode support from 2G to 5G NR
Images of the Exynos Modem 5100 with multimode support from 2G to 5G NR

Samsung also demonstrated ADAS solutions’ visual perception capabilities. The demo showed the ADAS system recognizing and detecting objects such as cars, pedestrians and traffic signs. Samsung DRVLINE, an open, modular and scalable platform for building ADAS with faster time to market, was also introduced. Last but not least, Samsung showcased its advanced image sensor technology which is one of the key elements for enabling a new kind of driving experience. Samsung ISOCELL Auto image sensor provides superb object recognition and sensing in diverse and complicated lighting environments when driving. The image sensor’s high-resolution and fast frame rate enables accurate detection of moving object while high light sensitivity assists in object recognition even in a dark environment. In addition, wider dynamic range support allows the sensor to respond quickly to sudden changes in brightness at a moment such as when driving out from a dim lighted tunnel. Using ISOCELL Auto image sensor, Samsung demonstrated object detection performance in extremely low light and high light condition.
Image for the ISO cell auto image sensor
Image for the ISO cell auto image sensor

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