BLOGVoices at Samsung Semiconductor

Computational Storage: A Necessity for Faster Data Processing

The much-discussed evolution of computational storage is an exciting transition in the way large data sets are processed. Traditional compute server architectures have been failing to scale with the demands of data…

How Did You Know?

How Baidu and Samsung Foundry’s New AI Chip Knows What I’m Thinking Even Before I Do. My love-hate relationship with the snooze button was back in full swing, and on this first…

EUV: Worth the Wait

In a second post from president and chief analyst of TECHnalysis Research, LLC., Bob O’Donnell offers his view that EUV has definitely been worth the wait. Technically speaking, EUV allows more sophisticated…

Driving Semiconductor Performance with Gate-All- Around (GAA)

Recently, we asked Bob O’Donnell, president and chief analyst of TECHnalysis Research, LLC, to provide his take on the transition to the new Gate-All-Around transistor structure. By rethinking and rearchitecting the basic…

The quiet revolution. Samsung 7LPP EUV starts production.

The semiconductor industry’s long-awaited transition to extreme ultraviolet (EUV) lithography took an important step forward this week with Samsung’s announcement that its foundry business has started production of chips manufactured with our…

Automotive industry drives new demand for CMOS image sensors

For years, surging demand for mobile phones with built-in cameras has fueled rapid growth for complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors, which are used to capture electronic pictures in cameras, cars, computers…