Samsung is set to reveal a new series of chips that could be a major part of the future of Internet of Things. These chips are planned to be just as powerful as a full on computer with the goal of powering web connected objects such as wearable devices, smart clothes, and smart appliances. Samsung will be teaming up with Artik hardware for the chip platform, producing a diverse system on a chip series that combines the most popular radio frequency standards on a single component.
This will provide computer hardware developers with an easier time to create devices that can communicate with other devices. There will be 3 new Internet of Things modules that Samsung will debut, the Artik 1, Artik 5, and Artik 10. These 3 chips provide a difference in performance that can be utilized in many different electronic applications. The Artik 1 is a small112mm device that features Bluetooth and a nine-axis movement sensor. On the next step up, the Artik 5 is a faster chip that runs a 1 gigahertz dual core processor and on board storage.
Finally, the Artik 10 is the most powerful and contains the most features as it will be powered by an octa core processer and features 2 GB of RAM, 16 GB of storage, Wi-Fi connectivity and Zigbee connectivity. The common feature amongst all Artik hardware is a secure element, which will provide greater security than software encryption. Samsung is a South Korean multinational conglomerate company headquartered in Samsung Town Seoul. Their business ranges from chemicals to medical equipment to apparel; however, the company is most well known for their electronics and electronic devices.
The conglomerate’s, Samsung Electronics, division is the flagship subsidiary of the Samsung Group. Approximately 70% of Samsung Group’s revenue is contributed by this subsidiary. Samsung Electronics covers a wide range of electronics such as consumer electronics, telecoms equipment, semiconductors, and home appliances.
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