Samsung is definitely high as a kite. It has just produced the world’s fastest embedded memory with its all-new eMMC 5.0. This will power its next generation products and they will light up entire vistas of positive change for the future.
Samsung Electronics has just come up with the fastest possible embedded memory device in history. A pioneer and trendsetter in advanced memory technology, Samsung is going to be rolling out some very important eMMC 5.0 gadgets from its assembly lines. Meant for the future generations to which we owe everything, they come in 16 GB, 32 GB and 64 GB versions. The smart phones and tablets that will be arriving within the next decade will carry more and more of these gizmos in their makeup. With a lightning fast speed (400 MB per second) the booting and loading options will be so simple as to require no effort on the part of the user. Doing many things at the same time, quick browsing, app and file relay and HD video display features will proliferate thanks to this device.
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As the market for larger screens and higher functionality shifts into high gear, Samsung will respond in a suitable manner keeping its consumer base in mind. The various versions have Samsung’s 64 GB 10nm class NAND flash technology as their matrix. The devices will in particular serve as handy tools for multitasking users. Their working speeds are so fast that many issues that haunted the industry’s products in the past will vanish in the coming years.
Samsung's VP of memory marketing, KyongMoo Mang said, “With timely mass production of our ultra-fast eMMC PRO line-up offering a more than 10X performance increase over external memory cards, Samsung will accelerate the spread of high-end mobile devices as the market for devices with larger screens and more multimedia functionality expands even further. We will continue to provide advanced mobile memory solutions that allow users to enjoy high definition, large-volume content seamlessly, as we also strengthen technological cooperation with mobile devices manufacturers.”