Samsung and AMD prolong strategic IP licensing settlement
Samsung Electronics and AMD have signed a multi-year settlement extension to carry a number of generations of high-performance, ultra-low-power AMD Radeon graphics options to an expanded portfolio of Samsung Exynos SoCs.
Trough the licensing extension, Samsung says it is going to will carry console-level graphics high quality and optimised energy consumption to extra cell gadgets, providing an extremely immersive and long-lasting gaming expertise.
“Along with AMD, Samsung has been revolutionizing cell graphics, together with our latest collaboration that introduced ray tracing functionality to cell processors for the primary time within the trade,” says Seogjun Lee, govt vice chairman of Utility Processor (AP) Growth at Samsung Electronics, in a press launch. “Drawing on our technological know-how in designing ultra-low-power options, we’ll proceed to drive ongoing innovation within the cell graphics area.”
Samsung and AMD first introduced their partnership to license AMD RDNA graphics structure again in 2019, resulting in the co-development of Samsung Xclipse, a cell graphics processing unit (GPU) based mostly on the AMD RDNA 2 structure in 2022.
“We’re excited Samsung chosen a number of generations of our management high-performance Radeon graphics to advance the following technology of Samsung Exynos options,” provides David Wang, senior vice chairman of the Radeon Applied sciences Group at AMD. “The extension of our work with Samsung is a testomony to our sturdy expertise partnership and dedication to carry the very best experiences attainable to cell customers.”