Mobile Era Moves Forward with Content Convergence and Live Connection

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TAIPEI, TAIWAN- May 26, 2008 – Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world’s

leader in advanced semiconductor solutions, today held the fifth annual
Samsung Mobile Solution Forum at the Westin Taipei Hotel, highlighting the
theme of Content Convergence and Live Connection. More than 1,000 industry
professionals including Samsung business partners and customers from
handset, PDA and original design manufacturers in Taiwan attended the event
which highlighted major mobile trends and shared insight on future mobile

New products displayed included the world’s fastest, 2.5-inch, 256 Gigabyte
(GB) multi-level cell (MLC) based solid state drive (SSD), a unique
single-chip mobile TV system-on-chip (SoC) integrating a channel decoder
with radio frequency compliant to major geographical broadcast standards,
and a low-power 800MHz mobile application processor.

Samsung’s advanced high-performance mobile solutions are specially geared
toward small-form-factor, high-capacity, low-power, and content intensive
mobile applications that transcend regional usage boundaries. Samsung’s
newest MLC-based SSD, the world’s fastest, 2.5-inch, 256GB MLC-based SSD
using a SATA II interface, represents a bold step in the shift to notebooks
with significantly improved performance and larger storage capacities.
Samsung’s single-chip RF SoC for mobile TV fully supports the industry’s
demand for live networking on a global scale and the company’s advanced
low-power 800MHz application processor offers the industry’s lowest power
consumption level for extended battery life.

At this years‘ Samsung Mobile Solution Forum, Samsung stressed the high
growth potential of technologies that readily exchange content and add to
the inter-usability of diverse data content through an increasing variety
of mobile applications that include ‚Internet everywhere‘ third generation
telecommunications. This trend toward Content Convergence and Live
Connection will take Internet users a step beyond from standalone use of
user-created content (UCC), and/or multimedia content to the sharing of
diverse multimedia content through real time ‚live‘ connections on advanced
mobile devices.