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Samsung Electronics has announced that it had begun volume production of an ultra-fast embedded memory for smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices in 16GB, 32GB and 64GB densities.

The new Samsung eMMC (embedded multimedia card) Pro Class 1500 delivers the industry’s fastest speeds for an embedded memory device, reading data sequentially at up to 140MB/s and writing it at up to 50MB/s. For random reading and writing, it can process up to 3500/1500 IOPS (inputs and outputs per second), four times the speed of previous eMMC solutions.

The ultra high-speed storage device uses Samsung’s 64Gb NAND with a toggle DDR 2.0 interface based on the company’s latest 20nm-class process technology. The new eMMC’s fully managed NAND memory comes with its own high performance controller and intelligent flash management firmware.

To meet the market need for thinner designs for high-end mobile devices, Samsung offers the new eMMCs in two, four- and eight-die stacks with the largest capacity of 64GB’s being only 1.2 millimeters thick and weighs 0.6 grams.

Samsung eMMC Pro Class 1500 is the first to support the latest JEDEC e-MMC v4.5 specification that standardizes more features to improve performance, efficiency, security, and reliability such as: a SDR-200 Interface (200MHz, 200MB/s max bandwidth), cache handling, dynamic handling, file sanitizing and power-off notification.

The Samsung eMMC Pro Class 1500 is designed for next generation premium mobile products. It will improve system performance and the user experience for a wide variety of applications including web browsing, 3D and HD video capture and playback, multi-tasking activities, augmented reality and the use of social networking sites and interactive graphics-rich gaming.

“With the production of 64GB Samsung eMMC Pro Class 1500, we are delighted to provide the highest performing mobile storage solutions available that support the latest eMMC standard, for worldwide mobile device makers. We will confidently strengthen our research and development efforts to continually bring to market the most advanced mobile storage devices based on next-generation standards,” said JaeHyeong Lee, vice president, memory product planning and application engineering at Samsung Electronics.

Tags: Samsung, eMMC, NAND, Flash

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My only wish is Samsung will not provide this type of memory to Apple, for use in iPhones or iPads.
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