Samsung Introduces Software to Increase Efficiency of Embedded Memory Solutions for Consumer Electronics
Aug 13, 2008
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Samsung Electronics introduced software to optimize the features of its embedded flash memories: OneNAND™, Flex-OneNAND™ and moviNAND™, in smart phones, using the major mobile operating systems – Windows Mobile(CE), Symbian, Linux, and RTOS (real-time operating system).

Samsung’s new software optimizes data transactions within its memory chips as they interact with the operating system. The new file system/flash driver combination, when working with any of the memory chips and the operating system, will reportedly boost performance through faster booting, downloading, and searching, resulting in improved multimedia intensive operations common in smart phones, 3rd generation phones, digital still cameras, digital camcorders, memory cards, and digital TVs.

The new embedded flash-optimized software is expected to shorten application design-in times and, as a result, broaden the adoption of advanced embedded-flash solutions, particularly where management of high-speed video images and high-resolution still images is important.

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