Samsung introduced the fastest LPDDR5X memory chips -- they have a data transmission rate of 8.5 Gbit/s to contact. The new ones have already been tested to work with the Qualcomm Snapdragon mobile processors.
In a press release dedicated to the release of new generation chips, the company noted that, at low energy consumption and high speed, LPDDR memory is required not only on mobile devices, including smartphones and laptops, but also in high-performance computing, as well as in the server and automobile segments.
At the LPDDR data centres, there is an overall reduction in the energy consumption of the systems, reducing the cost of operating them, and reducing carbon emissions and heat emissions, thus limiting the impact of the data centres on climate change processes. The need for advanced memory chips continues to grow, as noted in Samsung, and in the foreseeable future the company predicts an increase in its presence in the markets of artificial intelligence and metallurgical systems.