The world's second largest semiconductor company by revenue is increasing its production of memory chips that use the 20-nanometer process to stay head of its rivals.
Samsung will begin mass production of 12-gigabit LPDDR4 (low-power, double-data rate 4) mobile DRAM memory chips, the South Korean tech giant announced last week. Based on its 20-nanometer process, the decision will likely further boost Samsung's dominance in the lucrative memory market for mobiles. The chip will likely be used in next-generation phones by manufacturers at the end of this year.
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