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Samsung Build Plant Worth 1.9 Billion Dollars for Production of 20nm and 14nm Chip Exynos

Posted on the 14 June 2012 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u
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Samsung reportedly ready to reach into his pocket for 1.9 billion dollars to create a new factory that will produce 20nm and 14nm processors Exynos starting next year. These processors will be more powerful than the chips used on the Samsung Galaxy S III is using 32nm technology. According to the president of Samsung Electronics System LSI Business, Stephen Woo, the plant should be built so that they can meet the demands of clients and the global IT industry. As an illustration, Gartner says that the chip business will grow about 20% between the years 2011-2016 with the business potential of 59.4 billion dollars. With the new technology is the power required chip will be lower, according to market demand and users. It may be that the processor will be the brains for the upcoming Samsung flagship smartphone, like the Samsung Galaxy S IV. samsung Exynos Samsung's competitors in the chip is also not standing still. Qualcomm is currently working on S4 processor quad-core 28nm Krait to be ready at the end of the year. While NVIDIA is working to integrate into the LTE radio Tegra processor quad-core 3 hers, with 3 28nm Tegra products will be available in 2013. If you look at these developments, it could be the Samsung one step ahead of its competitors. source

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