Samsung announced the Chromebook 4 and Chromebook 4+.
Samsung announced it had developed the industry's first Key Value SSD that is compliant with the new open standard for KV SSDs, which can significantly reduce CPU overhead for storage workloads
Samsung brought a trio of monitors to Gamescom 2019: the new Space Gaming Monitor, the ultrawide CRG9 and the curved 240Hz gaming monitor CRG5.
The Samsung PM1733 boasts sequential and random reads up to 8 GB/s and 1,500,000 IOPS, respectively.
Samsung announced that its quarterly profits declined by 55.6% year-over-year in the second quarter of 2019.
Nvidia reportedly confirmed that it's partnered with Samsung to manufacture its Ampere GPU, which is expected to launch in 2020 using its 7nm EUVL process.
Samsung announced the CRG5 gaming monitor with a 240Hz refresh rate, 1500R curvature and 1080p resolution for $399.
Samsung’s 32GB consumer memory is now available. That means its “M-Die” consumer modules are arriving just in time to be replaced by its new A-Die version.
AMD announced it would pursue a "multi-year strategic partnership" to license its RDNA graphics IP to Samsung.
According to IC Insights, the silicon throne once again belongs to Intel, with the DRAM market's decline ending Samsung's reign over the chip industry.
As the prices of DRAM and NAND flash products have continued to drop, so have Samsung's profits. However, the company expects its business to stabilize by 2H.
Samsung announced that it's completed development of its 5nm FinFET process and is ready for customers' samples
Gartner's report on the semiconductor market supported other analysts' suspicions that Intel will reclaim its throne from Samsung.