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Published : June 20, 2016 - 17:43
Participating in an investor relations conference held at Conrad Seoul on June 20, Samsung’s chief technology officer So byung-se said “IoT will become a locomotive of the semiconductor business.”
“The ARTIK platform can be deployed right away (for the IoT technology) without tailoring it.”
The platform is a small IoT module that combines application processors, memory and communications chips, and sensors. It is also fitted with an extensive array of technologies, including application programming interfaces for cloud, and storage and security solutions among many.
CTO So emphasized the importance of cloud services as they would play a core role in enabling a myriad of devices to exchange data real-time.
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