"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," said KyongMoo Mang, vice president of memory marketing.
Samsung's eMMC PRO memory chips, being produced in 16, 32 and 64GB versions, are based on Samsung 64Gb 10nm class NAND flash technology.
The new Samsung chips support the eMMC version 5.0 standard now nearing completion at JEDEC - the largest standards-setting body in the microelectronics industry.
In 32GB and 64GB densities, the new memory solution has a random read speed of 7000 IOPS (inputs/outputs per second), and a random write speed of 7000 IOPS (in cache on mode, without host overhead). In addition, these chips read sequentially at 250MB/s and write sequentially at 90MB/s.
As the fastest eMMC devices at more than 10 times the speed of a class 10 external memory card (which reads at 24MB/s and writes at 12MB/s), the new mobile memory greatly enhances the movement from one application to another in multitasking activities.
Samsung's 16GB, 32GB and 64GB eMMC 5.0 devices come in 11.5x13mm packages.
The eMMC PRO 5.0 chips come with Samsung?s own intelligent NAND controller and firmware to provide a vertically integrated mobile DRAM solution.