In the first area that Park described as a cornerstone in Samsung System LSI’s mission, the company is optimizing its SoC with a combination of key IPs. Samsung is improving the performance of each IP to reach maximum processor performance by considering the balance between IPs. For example, their latest flagship mobile processor, Exynos 2400, has achieved performance 70% higher than its predecessor, which was released two years prior. The Exynos 2400’s AI performance based on NPU has seen performance improve 14.7 times over the past two years. Park described this increase in performance as “staggering.” Additionally, System LSI has highlighted remarkable GPU performance, which includes upgraded hardware ray tracing for mobile devices with its Xclipse GPU. The result is much more realistic graphics for mobile users. With this level of optimization on its processors, Samsung System LSI is realizing harmony of its computational IPs and taking major steps toward a future defined by AI.
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