The EUV: breakthrough in memory technology

The most recent invention is ready for prime time, and it will significantly alter how electronics appear and work. Extreme Ultraviolet (EUV) lithography is the technique that makes it all possible. Higher performance in smaller sizes is becoming more important as memory-based technology advances in our data-driven environment. Samsung has pioneered EUV advanced processing to overcome DRAM scaling limits and to lead the next generation of memory manufacture. 

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Technology’s limits are being pushed

Samsung was the first in the industry to use manufacturing know-how to successfully apply EUV processing to DRAM manufacture, and it has been mass-producing specialised EUV-applied products. In EUV processes, Samsung has the upper hand. Because of its outstanding semiconductor manufacturing technology and knowledge, it was one of the first in the industry to effectively use EUV processing to DRAM manufacture. Samsung has already begun mass-producing select EUV-applicated items and is planning to expand its capacity in the near future.

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Compact sizes are more powerful

In comparison to the old 193nm wavelength, the EUV advanced processing technology uses a precise wavelength of 13.5nm. This permits the memory to store more capacity in the same amount of space and size, allowing it to satisfy future needs for high-capacity Non Volatile Memory.

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Here’s the distinction. While DUV lithography utilises wavelengths of 193nm, EUV lithography employs wavelengths of 13.5nm, which is a significant improvement. As a result, finer circuitry may be drawn, allowing more data to be stored on the same surface area. More logical gates may be packed into a single chip when the circuitry is finer. As a result, those chips become more powerful and energy-efficient. When EUV is employed, the surface area of a chip is utilised considerably more efficiently, thus it’s no surprise that many in the industry are racing to develop the technology for their own fabrication lines.

Processing and productivity have improved

Single pattern, which uses modern processing technology, improves precision and reduces processing time as compared to multi-patterning, which uses a longer wavelength. When compared to earlier processing methods, this significantly improves wafer manufacturing efficiency.

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Step-by-step Multi patterning
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Seamless-one-step Single patterning

The memory market is quite competitive. However, there are no new steps that can be implemented quickly that will genuinely shake up the sector. As a result, it’s critical to get ready now for tomorrow. EUV lithography has a bright future for DRAM, but it’s Deep Ultraviolet (DUV) lithography that’s now in use. For current semiconductor generations, DUV works well.

You can rely on our quality

Samsung established confidence by preventing faults through manufacturing know-how based on the EUV logic process, and by progressively integrating EUV advanced technologies to increase quality early on.

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For both quality and technology, the manufacture of EUV applied DRAM products has garnered international customer confidence and reputation. Look about you and you’ll almost certainly come across some form of technology that links to a larger network of devices. Indeed, the rise of IoT, AI, and 5G has necessitated modifications in the way DRAM is produced. Memory currently requires finer processing, and the EUV process’s highly fine ultraviolet light is exactly what the industry requires to develop DRAM solutions that will be extensively deployed in the future years.

A significant step forward in the future

Samsung changes the DRAM industry’s paradigm with industry-leading processing technologies that led to a new range of DRAM products. This never-say-die attitude cleared the way for the next generation of memory devices.

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This is a trip, and we haven’t yet arrived at our destination. Samsung is aware of this and is working to correct any flaws now so that it can be ready for the future. The firm has a roadmap that outlines how it plans to expand the adoption of EUV-based DRAM products.


Samsung teases a Galaxy MWC 2022 event Expose about New Era of Mobile Devices

Samsung Electronics is once again changing the future of how we work and study in today’s quickly expanding world powered by mobile devices.

Galaxy MWC 2022 event

On February 27, come discover how Samsung is driving the connected experience at the Samsung Galaxy Mobile World Congress (MWC) Event 2022. Beginning at 7:00 p.m. CET, the event will be aired live on Samsung Newsroom and Samsung’s YouTube account.

Galaxy MWC 2022 event

With a showcase animation showing its variety of goods, including phones, foldable, smartwatches, tablets, and PCs, the business sent out its Galaxy MWC Event invitation for the “new age of connected devices.” Although the teaser is ambiguous, the firm has already released another MWC teaser that gives us a little more insight into what we may expect.

Samsung also does a proper job at this, as seen by the addition of One UI Watch to the Galaxy Watch 4, which allows for smooth interactions between the watch and Galaxy smartphones. Samsung has also launched new watch upgrades that improve the watch’s connection.

CAD renders of the Samsung Galaxy A23 have been leaked

Samsung is preparing to debut a unique variety of smartphones this year, including the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy A23 2022 models. Collegedunia has teamed up with OnLeaks to bring you an exclusive peek at the next Samsung Galaxy A23, complete with sharp 5K renderings and a 360-degree video.

Samsung Galaxy A23 2022

The Samsung Galaxy A23 will have camera features such as digital zoom, auto flash, face identification, and touch to focus, as the name indicates. OnLeaks’ renderings show a high-definition display with a waterdrop notch. The smartphone’s display is bordered on the sides by tiny bezels and has a 6.6-inch (17.76-cm) screen.

Samsung Galaxy A23 2022

Samsung Galaxy A23 2022

Along with the Magnetic Induction sensor, the smartphone has a fingerprint scanner on the screen. Other sensors include a light sensor, proximity sensor, accelerometer, and gyroscope. 

Samsung Galaxy A23 2022

The Samsung Galaxy A23 2022 is expected to be released on March 31, 2022. Keep an eye on Collegedunia for more information on the final retail price and spec sheet.

Samsung has released a smart all-in-one fingerprint security IC for biometric payment cards

increased security capabilities offered by Samsung’s exclusive fingerprint authentication algorithm and anti-spoofing technology, the new security IC solution integrates a fingerprint sensor, Secure Element, and Secure Processor into one chip.

new security IC solution integrates a fingerprint sensor

Samsung Electronics, a global leader in advanced semiconductor technology, today unveiled its new fingerprint security integrated circuit (IC) ─ S3B512C ─ with advanced security features. The new solution is EMVCo and Common Criteria Evaluation Assurance Level (CC EAL) 6+ certified and delivers performance that meets Mastercard’s latest BEPS (Biometric Evaluation Plan Summary) specifications for biometric payment cards. “The S3B512C combines a fingerprint sensor, Secure Element (SE) and Secure Processor, adding an extra layer of authentication and security to payment cards,” said Kenny Han, VP of LSI System  Marketing at Samsung. Electronics. “The S3B512C is primarily designed for payment cards, but can also be used in cards that require highly secure authentication, such as student or employee identification, registration, or building access. 
new security IC solution integrates a fingerprint sensor

The new circuit Embedded Security is the industry’s first all-in-one security chip solution that reads biometric information via a fingerprint sensor, stores and authenticates, attracts encrypted data with a tamper-proof OS, and scans and processes data with a secure processor Three key functions integrated into a single chip, the S3B512C can help card manufacturers reduce the number of chips needed and optimize card design processes for biometric payment cards. integrated security, biometric payment cards will enable faster and more secure interactions during purchases. that eliminates the need for the ability to enter a PIN on a keypad and also prevents fraudulent transactions made with lost or stolen cards as it verifies identities using a unique and securely stored fingerprint.

Its solution’s encrypted fingerprint data is kept in a SE that has been certified by EMVCo and CC EAL 6+, two widely recognised security standards. The new IC has a patented fingerprint authentication algorithm and a Secure Processor that extracts and analyses the unique features of the fingerprint put on the sensor to safely and reliably authenticate the user’s identification. Furthermore, the chip’s anti-spoofing technology stops unauthorised users from bypassing the security system by using illegitimate means like fake fingerprints.

Samsung Announces February Galaxy Unpacked Event and Teases Most Notable S Series Smartphone

Whenever I look around, I’m amazed at how much invention there is in today’s world. But it is the development of the smartphone that excites me the most. With the touch of a finger, this single gadget ushered in new digital industries like remote work, education, entertainment, and fitness, as well as the capacity to capture, explore, and interact with anyone, anywhere. The smartphone is a doorway to limitless advancement. And it is something we at Samsung have never taken for granted.

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It’s not enough for mobile innovation to simply move in lockstep with the rest of the world. We need to stay ahead of the curve so that our technology can help us alter the way we interact with the world and make our lives simpler. That is why we strive to continuously defy the rules.

To Begin the Next Chapter in Smartphone History, We Must Break the Rules

In 2011, the Galaxy Note combined the convenience and portability of smartphones with the large screen and notebook-like functionality of tablets. Some objected to the 5.3-inch screen – considered huge at the time – but Note created a legacy where a large screen is now the norm. Even the S Pen surprised everyone. It allowed people to combine creativity and productivity – whenever inspiration struck, they could quickly jot down their ideas and thoughts in Samsung Notes. In 2019, we once again dared to redefine smartphones. We launched our Galaxy Z Fold series and it brought a whole new form factor to the mobile phone industry. Our industry-leading foldable design has changed the way people use their phones. With Flex mode, video calls are hands-free and easier. And multitasking with multiple windows is also a breeze, as your phone becomes a tablet in the blink of an eye. And once again the industry has taken notice, with many mobile phone companies now following in our footsteps to make flyers the next big thing.

Listening to customers and taking notes are two ways to innovate

In a sea of smartphone sameness and repetitive upgrades, our goal remains the same: to recognise the signs of change — by listening to your input — and to keep delivering mobile experiences that enable us all to develop.

Many of you were disappointed when Samsung failed to announce a new Galaxy Note last year. You adored the Galaxy Note series’ unrivalled inventiveness and efficiency, which allowed you to go from gaming bliss to high-octane productivity in the twinkling of an eye. You gushed over the realistic S Pen, which many compare to writing with ink. We haven’t forgotten about the adventures you like.

Catalyzing the galaxy’s next evolution For years

 Samsung has converted skeptics who thought our ideas were impossible. Whether it’s an oversized screen, a stylus that no one knew they needed, or a professional camera that could truly lift mobile photography out of the dark. With each new evolution of Samsung Galaxy devices, we’ve introduced features that redefine the entire mobile category. And we’re about to rewrite the industry rules once again. At Unpacked in February 2022, we’ll introduce you to the most remarkable S-series device we’ve ever created. 

The next generation of Galaxy S has arrived, bringing together the greatest experiences of our Samsung Galaxy into one definitive device. never captured with a phone. You’ll also dominate the day with power, speed and tools you won’t find anywhere else. You’ll enjoy cutting-edge innovations made possible by the smartest Galaxy experience ever. All, while feeling good to be part of the most durable ecosystem galaxy.

At CES 2022, Samsung will unveil its smart projector.

Samsung Electronics has announced the release of The Freestyle, an all-new portable screen and entertainment device, ahead of CES 2022. Customers who want to take video and audio material with them wherever they go will appreciate the Freestyle’s first-of-its-kind technology and versatility in delivering ideal viewing and entertaining.

Samsung all-new portable screen and entertainment device

The Freestyle is a projector, smart speaker, and ambient lighting gadget all bundled into one lightweight, portable device aimed towards Gen Z and millennials. The Freestyle is extremely portable, weighing only 830 grammes and letting you to turn any space into a screen with ease. Unlike traditional boxy projectors, The Freestyle’s adaptable cradle allows for 180-degree rotation, allowing users to project high-quality video everywhere – tables, floors, walls, or even ceilings – without the need for a separate screen.

“Project Freestyle is a one-of-a-kind projector designed for extreme adaptability and flexibility to match the changing lifestyles of consumers,” said Simon Sung, Executive Vice President and Head of the Sales & Marketing Team of Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display Business. “Without the constraints of space and form factor, The Freestyle is a fun and adaptable product that users may use in any way they choose.”

Samsung all-new portable screen and entertainment device

Industry-leading technology enables the Freestyle to have complete auto keystone and auto levelling functions. The capabilities allow the gadget to automatically adapt its screen to any surface at any angle, ensuring that the display is always precisely proportioned. The Freestyle can also display a crystal-clear picture on any surface, at any angle, up to 100 inches away, thanks to the auto focus feature.

The Freestyle may be powered by external batteries1 that support USB-PD and 50W/20V output or higher, allowing users to carry it with them wherever they go, whether on the go, camping, or otherwise. Apart from compatibility with the typical wall plug option, the Freestyle is a pioneer in that it is the first portable screen that works when attached to a regular E262 light socket without the need for special wiring.

The Freestyle’s ambient mode and transparent lens cover provide mood lighting when it’s not being used as a projector to transmit content. The Freestyle is also a smart speaker that analyses music to create visual effects that may be projected on walls, floors, and other surfaces.

Samsung all-new portable screen and entertainment device

With built-in streaming services, mirroring and casting functions compatible with both Android and iOS mobile devices, the Freestyle delivers Smart TV functionality featured on Samsung Smart TVs. It’s the only portable projector in the industry to be approved by key OTT partners across the world, ensuring users get the finest video watching experience possible. It’s also the first projector with far-field voice control, allowing users to use the gadget hands-free while utilising their favourite voice assistants.

The Freestyle will be on display from January 5 to 7 at CES 2022, and will be available for pre-order on January 4 in the United States, with availability increasing to other worldwide markets in the coming months.

Samsung Electronics Appoints New Leaders.

Samsung Electronics today announced its new leadership for the next phase of the company’s future growth and to increase its competitiveness. Jong-Hee Han will manage the newly combined SET Division, while Kyehyun Kyung will lead the Device Solutions (DS) Division.

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Jong-Hee (JH) Han has been appointed to Vice Chairman and CEO and will continue to oversee the Visual Display Business while leading the newly integrated SET Division. The DS Division will be led by President Kyehyun Kyung, who was also designated CEO.

⚫ JH Han is a notable expert in TV research and development who helped the company achieve the number one spot in worldwide TV sales for the 15th year in a row. He is intended to improve synergies across the SET Division’s many companies and assist in the development of new businesses and technology.

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⚫ Kyehyun Kyung, the CEO of Samsung Electro-Mechanics, is a semiconductor design specialist who formerly led Samsung Electronics’ Flash Product & Technology Team and was a member of the DRAM Design Team. He will be responsible for maintaining the Company’s semiconductor leadership and driving component innovation.

In today’s announcement, there are also the following promotions and changes:

⚫ Yongin Park, previously Executive Vice President and Head of System LSI Sales & Marketing, has been designated President and Head of System LSI Business.

⚫ Hark Kyu Park, previously President and Head of the Corporate Management Office, DS Division, has been designated President and Chief Financial Officer.

⚫ Kinam Kim, previously Vice Chairman and Head of the DS Division, has been named Chairman of Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology.

⚫ KS Choi has been named President and Head of the SET Division’s North American Office; previously, he was Executive Vice President and Head of the North American Office. Any up Kang has been named President and Head of the DS Division’s North American Office; previously, he was President and Head of the System LSI Business.

The Next Generation of Automobiles will be Powered by Three New Samsung Processors.

Samsung’s Exynos Auto T5123, Exynos Auto V7, and ASILB approved automotive power management IC enhance 5G connection, performance, and dependability. For the Auto V series, there’s the Exynos Auto T5123 for 5G connection, the Exynos Auto V7 for complete in-car entertainment, and the ASILB S2VPS01 approved power management integrated circuit (PMIC).

Samsung's Exynos Automobiles

“Smarter, more connected vehicle technologies for richer onboard experiences, including entertainment, safety, and comfort,” said Jaehong Park, executive vice president of Samsung Electronics‘ System LSI Custom SOC Business. “With an advanced 5G modem, an improved multi-core processor and a market proven PMIC solution, Samsung is transferring its expertise in mobile solutions to its automotive lineup and is well-positioned to expand its presence in the industry.

The Industry’s First 5G Connectivity Solution for Automobiles is Exynos Auto T5123.

The Exynos Auto T5123 is a 3GPP version 15 telematics control unit specially designed to bring fast and seamless 5G connectivity in autonomous (SA) and non-autonomous (NSA) modes to the next generation of connected cars. It provides essential vehicle information in real-time via high-speed downloads of up to 5.1 gigabits per second (Gbps) and allows passengers to enjoy a range of new services such as streaming of high definition content. and video calls on the go. To efficiently process large amounts of data transmitted and received through the 5G modem, the Exynos Auto T5123 supports a high-speed PCIe (PCI Express) interface and high-performance LPDDR4x low-power mobile DRAM.

Samsung's Exynos Automobiles

In addition, the unit comes with two CortexA55 CPU cores and an integrated global satellite navigation system and # 40; GNSS and # 41; to minimize the use of external integrated circuits and help reduce product development time. The T5123 meets stringent automotive component requirements and is qualified for the Automotive Electronics CouncilQ100 (AECQ100). The Exynos Auto T5123 is currently in mass production and provides 5G-based vehicle communication capabilities for the first time in the industry.

Exynos Auto V7: A High-Performance IVI Processor for Mid- to High-End Vehicles

Exynos Auto V7 is the latest addition to Samsung’s line of automotive processors and is designed for vehicle infotainment systems. For powerful processing performance, the V7 incorporates eight 1.5 gigahertz (GHz) Arm CortexA76 processor cores and 11 Arm Mali G76 GPU cores. into two separate groups, with three cores in the “small” domain for cluster displays and ARHUDs and eight cores in the “large” domain for central information display (CID) and the like. This physical separation allows the GPU to support multiple systems at the same time and provides a more secure operation as it prevents one domain from interfering with another. In addition to its powerful CPU and GPU, the V7 is equipped with an NPU for convenient services such as virtual assistance which can process visual and audio data to recognize facial, verbal or gesture characteristics. 

Samsung's Exynos Automobiles

One million units of ‘The Frame’ were sold by Samsung Electronics in 2021.

Samsung Electronics stated today that The Frame has sold over one million units this year, marking the first million units sold in Samsung’s Lifestyle TV series. By the end of the year, total sales of The Frame, which debuted in 2017, are likely to surpass two million units, owing to high demand in North America and Europe.

“The Frame is a lifestyle product that enhances a place with its design and enriches the lives of customers with a large collection of art,” said Simon Sung, vice-executive president and head of the sales and marketing team for Samsung Electronics’ Visual Display activity. To offer a much greater selection of collections in the Art Store, look into forming collaborations with additional institutions, galleries, and artists.

The Frame

Form and Function are combined in an innovative design.

The Frame is the most popular model in Samsung’s Lifestyle TV line. Since its release in 2017, The Frame’s design, features and dimensions have continuously evolved, reflecting the ever-changing tastes and needs of consumers. As consumers spend more time at home, the popularity of home entertainment content has increased, along with consumer demand for their displays to go beyond a home appliance and improve the home decor. The Frame has perfectly converged these trends to offer consumers a blend of form and function, leading to increased sales of the range. 

The Frame

In 2020, Samsung added QLED picture technology to deliver more vivid images. Also incorporates a brightness sensor to adjust the brightness level according to the surrounding environment, so that viewers can fully enjoy optimized images and videos. In July 2021, Samsung launched an 85 “version, so it is now available in five different sizes (32”, 55 “, 65”, 75 “, 85”) to suit a variety of lifestyles and styles. ‘domestic spaces. The frame in 2021 offers a slim 24.9mm bezel, almost half the width of last year’s model, adding elegance to the space with frame bezels available in various colours. Users can choose a customizable frame: flat white, teak, or brown frame and bevelled white or brick red frame.1 The frame can be mounted on a TV stand, wall mounted for a gallery look, or on the recently released studio stand.

Strategic Partnerships in the Art Store Curated Content

In addition to its unique and modern design, a focal point of The Frame is the Art Store, its proprietary art subscription platform. When users aren’t watching content on The Frame, they can use Ambient Mode to choose artwork from the vast library of paintings and photographs to display – that way the screen doesn’t need to be displayed. ‘be a blank canvas that interferes with the interior design, but an element that highlights it. The Frame’s Art Store offers more than 1,500 works of art from world-renowned museums and galleries such as the Hermitage Museum in Russia, the Louvre in France and the Prado Museum in Spain.

The Frame

Through partnerships, Samsung has expanded the Art Store collection to include unique works of art from emerging designers around the world such as Magnum Photos, a group of global photojournalists and, more recently, the world’s leading photography house. Deliver vibrant illustrations that take advantage of The Frame’s QLED picture quality. With AI-powered curation, the 2021 version of The Frame analyzes consumer habits and tastes and recommends new works of art. The 2021 version of The Frame offers a significantly increased storage capacity with 6 GB compared to previous versions which offered 500 MB. 

It can now store up to 1,200 images in 4K resolution so that users can select multiple works of art. to create their own personalized gallery. For more information on Samsung’s line of lifestyle TVs, visit

South Korean semiconductor maker Samsung Electronics opens new facility in Taylor, Texas.

Samsung’s investment of $ 17 billion in the new plant will help enhance semiconductor production. Samsung’s largest-ever investment in the United States will help the crucial logic chips manufacturing unit in Taylor, Texas, increase supply chain resilience.

chips manufacturing unit in Taylor, Texas
Senator John Cornyn, Governor Greg Abbott, and Kinam Kim, Vice Chairman and CEO of Samsung Electronics (from left to right).

This $ 17 billion investment in the United States is expected to aid in the development of sophisticated logical semiconductor solutions that will fuel next-generation innovations and technology. Mobile devices, 5G, high-performance computing (HPC), and artificial intelligence will all benefit from the new facility, which will develop goods based on modern process technologies (AI). Samsung is dedicated to assisting customers worldwide by making sophisticated semiconductor production more accessible and addressing the rising demand for innovative goods.

The new facility will manufacture products based on advanced process technologies for applications in areas such as mobile, 5G, high-performance computing (HPC) and artificial intelligence (AI). Samsung remains committed to supporting customers around the world by making advanced semiconductor manufacturing more accessible and meeting the increasing demand for advanced products. “With the addition of a new facility at Taylor, Samsung is laying the groundwork for another important chapter in our future,” said Kinam Kim, vice president and CEO of Samsung Electronics Device Solutions. 

chips manufacturing unit in Taylor, Texas
Governor Greg Abbott, Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman and CEO Kinam Kim (from left to right).

“With increased manufacturing capacity, we will be able to better meet the needs of our customers and contribute to the stability of the global semiconductor supply chain.” We are also proud to bring more jobs and support training and talent development for local communities as Samsung celebrates 25 years of semiconductor manufacturing in the United States, ”Kim said. state-of-the-art semiconductor manufacturing in the United States, “Kim continued.” We also thank the administration and Congress for their bipartisan support to quickly implement federal incentives for in-house manufacturing of innovation chips.

The groundbreaking will take place in the first half of 2022 with the aim of making the facility operational in the second half of 2024. The Taylor site will span more than 5 million square meters and is expected to serve as a key site for the world. semiconductor manufacturing as well as its latest new production line in Pyeongtaek, South Korea. The planned total investment of $ 17 billion, including buildings, property improvements, machinery and equipment, will be Samsung’s largest-ever investment in the United States. It will also lead to Samsung’s total investment in the United States of more than $ 47 billion since it began operating in the country in 1978, where the company now has more than 20,000 employees across the country.

chips manufacturing unit in Taylor, Texas
Senator John Cornyn, Governor Greg Abbott, and Kinam Kim, Vice Chairman and CEO of Samsung Electronics (from left to right).

“Companies like Samsung continue to invest in Texas because of our world-class business climate and exceptional workforce,”  Governor Abbott said. “Samsung’s new semiconductor manufacturing facility in Taylor will provide endless opportunities for Industrial Central. an important role in our state’s continued exceptionalism in the semiconductor industry. I look forward to expanding our partnership to keep the Lone Star State a leader in cutting-edge technology and a vibrant economic powerhouse. After considering multiple locations within the potential manufacturing site, the decision to invest in Taylor was based on several factors, including the local semiconductor ecosystem, infrastructure stability, local government support, and business opportunities. commentary development. In particular, the proximity to Samsung’s current production site in Austin, about 25 kilometres southwest of Taylor, allows the two sites to share the necessary infrastructure and resources.