Japan’s Preferred Networks places an order with Samsung Electronics for advanced AI chips

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Samsung Electronics reported that it has acquired an order for chips for artificial intelligence applications from Preferred Networks, a Japanese company, using its 2-nanometer foundry process and advanced chip packaging service.

Using its 2-nanometer foundry process and sophisticated chip packaging service, Samsung Electronics (005930.KS) announced on Tuesday that it had received an order for chips for artificial intelligence applications from Preferred Networks, a Japanese business. Samsung has disclosed this as the first order for its state-of-the-art 2-nanometer chip contract manufacturing process. Regarding the order size, Samsung did not provide specifics.

According to a statement from Samsung, the chips will be produced utilizing a cutting-edge chip design called gate all-around (GAA), which combines several circuits into a single package to improve interconnection speed and minimize space. According to Samsung, South Korea’s Gaonchips Co. (399720.KQ) unveiled a new tab for the chips’ design. Large language models and other generative AI technologies will be supported by Preferred Networks’ high-performance computing hardware, according to a statement from Junichiro Makino, vice president and chief technical officer of computing architecture at Preferred Networks.

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