Whether in terms of graphics cards (Video Graphics Arrays), laptops, game consoles, artificial intelligence-based applications, or high-performance computing (HPC) systems, graphics processing is pivotal to success.
When we look to the future, the truth of this statement becomes even clearer.
“The explosion of data now being driven by AI and the Metaverse is pushing the need for greater graphics capabilities that can process massive data sets simultaneously, at extremely high speeds,” said Daniel Lee, executive vice president of the Memory Product Planning Team at Samsung Electronics. “With our industry-first 24Gbps GDDR6 now sampling, we look forward to validating the graphics DRAM on next-generation GPU platforms to bring it to market in time to meet an onslaught of new demand.”
Knowing that the use for Samsung’s GDDR6 DRAM could be spread across a wide array of these graphics solutions, it was designed to be fully compliant with JEDEC specifications and will be compatible across all GPU designs, facilitating broad market adoption.
This includes the ability to extend from graphics-intensive applications like HPC, autonomous driving and electric cars to gaming and casual viewing. Addressing these emerging markets, Samsung’s GDDR6 will be able to do things such as enable seamless 4K and 8K video playback, all while supporting demanding AI accelerator workloads.
With Samsung’s 24Gbps GDDR6 and full GDDR6 lineup, graphics processing will be able to reach a new level, one where a faster future is possible.