Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Samsung produces eUFS memory for autos

The 128 Gigabyte (GB) installed Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) is enhanced for use in cutting-edge driver help frameworks, infotainment, and dashboard frameworks in autos, Samsung says.




Samsung Electronics will deliver eUFS memory for autos, the organization has said. 

The memory was intended for applications for cutting edge driver help frameworks (ADAS), dashboard frameworks, and infotainment use, the firm said. 

It has a perused speed of up to 850 megabytes (MB) every second and an arbitrary perusing pace of 45,000 info/yield operations every second. 

It meets the JEDEC UFS 2.1 standard, and in addition the up and coming JEDEC UFS 3.0 standard, and has the imperative information revive and temperature notice highlights. 

Temperature warning works through a controller from intersection temperature limits, which is critical for a touch auto condition, Samsung said. 

It will come in 128GB and 64GB models. 

The organization initially propelled a 128GB eUFS for versatile back in January 2015, a redesign from inserted interactive media cards (eMMC). It propelled a 256GB form a year ago in February. 

For the most part utilized for lead telephones, eUFS is currently supplanting eMMC in mid-level telephones also. 

Samsung shaped a car group in 2015 to offer parts to auto creators, from showcases and batteries to memory chips. 

It purchased Harman for $8 billion and included auto sound to its portfolio. 

Samsung is the world's biggest merchant in memory chips, both in NAND streak items like eUFS and DRAMs.



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