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(SEOUL=Yonhap News) The Korea Semiconductor Industry Association (KSIA) announced on October 20 that the '23rd Semiconductor Exhibition' (SEDEX) will be held at COEX, Seoul for three days from October 27 to 29.
Hosted by the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy (MOTIE) and organized by KSIA, this event will be participated by Samsung Electronics, SK Hynix, and 237 companies that make up the semiconductor industry ecosystem, including semiconductor materials, parts, equipment, design and facilities companies, setting up 600 booth. This year's exhibition is the largest scale ever.
Samsung Electronics plans to introduce next-generation semiconductor products with a focus on four solutions including artificial intelligence, data center, electronics, and mobile solutions.
It will introduce 10 or more semiconductor technologies including DDR5 DRAM which adopted industry's smallest (critical dimension) 14 nanometer (1 billionth of a meter) based on EUV (extreme ultraviolet) process, 200 million pixel image sensor, and next-generation GAA technology.
In addition, it will hold 'Samsung Insight Talk' during the exhibition period, in which the memory division, foundry division, and system LSI division will present the semiconductor technology and vision.
SK hynix plans to introduce memory semiconductor products used in major industries in the era of the 4th industrial revolution, such as artificial intelligence, big data, metaverse, and self-driving, and highlight their importance.
It will exhibit HBM product family, a high-speed DRAM used for artificial intelligence and supercomputers, and 'Gold P31' 2TB (terabyte) products, which are SSD for consumers.
President Lee Jung-bae of Samsung Electronics, and President & CEO Tim Archer of Lam Research will be delivering keynote speech online on October 26, a day before the opening ceremony of SEDEX.
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Source: Yonhap News (October 20, 2021)
** This article was translated from Korean.