Samsung officials said today that it can provide optimized solutions for automotive applications. Samsung currently manages about 400 memory projects and provides mass production of memory products for more than 60 customers.
The company’s main goal is to provide the best possible solution for the automotive industry.
As cars become smarter and more digital, next-generation memory solutions will contribute to the transformation of memory-centric computing, according to the report. GDDR7, LPDDR5X and Samsung’s in-vehicle shared storage solutions are the three main technologies that support this transformation.
Data shows that Samsung’s automotive-grade GDDR7 is purpose-built for ultra-high bandwidth computing applications, supporting high speeds of up to 128 GB/s with the GPU as the gas pedal for data processing. By connecting four to eight GDDR7s per GPU, data transfer rates of up to 512 GB/s to 1 TB/s can be supported to meet high-speed automotive data processing requirements.
Samsung officials that one way to further improve performance is to extend the IO (input/output) interface with multiple LPDDR5X. To this end, Samsung has developed LPDDR5X memory that supports x64 IO per package, in a package that is more than 50% smaller than its predecessor. The APF SSD, Samsung’s shared storage solution for in-vehicle applications, meets the need for shared storage to support in-vehicle applications.