Thursday, December 1, 2022

Samsung Electronics wins 46 CES 2023 Innovation Awards from CTA

Global technology leader Samsung Electronics announced today that 46 of its new product and service innovations have received CES 2023 Innovation Awards, including three Best of Innovation awards from the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).

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Samsung’s honors in multiple categories are further evidence of the company’s commitment to providing consumers with a seamless, customizable experience while contributing to an environmentally conscious world.

The Innovation Awards are sponsored by CTA, the host and organizer of CES  recognized worldwide as the global stage for innovation and the most influential tech event in the world. CES 2023 will take place from January 5 to 8 in Las Vegas, Nevada with a deeper focus on sustainability.

Highlighted Best of Innovation Honoree:

  • Samsung S3B512C Security Chip – As a Best of Innovation Honoree in the Cybersecurity & Personal Privacy category, Samsung’s S3B512C biometric card solution integrates a fingerprint sensor, Security Element (SE), and Secure Processor (SP) on a single chip.

Highlighted Innovation Awards Honorees:

    • Galaxy Z Flip4, Galaxy Z Flip4 Bespoke Edition – Galaxy Z Flip4 is packed with innovative camera upgrades, a larger battery, and even more opportunities for customization than its predecessor. Galaxy Z Flip4 and Z Flip4 Bespoke Edition were recognized in the Digital Imaging/Photography and Mobile Devices & Accessories categories.
    • Galaxy Z Fold4 – Honored in the Digital Imaging/Photography, Mobile Devices & Accessories, and Gaming categories.
    • Galaxy Watch5, and Galaxy Watch5 Pro – Both were recognized in the Digital Health and Wearable Technology categories for their advanced health tracking.
    • Samsung Wallet – Samsung Wallet was recognized in the Software & Mobile Apps category. It combines Samsung Pass, Samsung Pay, and more to provide Galaxy users with a new and simple way to keep all their digital essentials in one place.
    • Bespoke AI Laundry -Samsung’s Bespoke AI Laundry products were recognized for their innovative design and integrated AI technologies.
    • SmartThings Energy – Recognized in the Software & Mobile Apps category, Samsung’s SmartThings Energy app provides an effortless solution for consumers to reduce home energy consumption.
    • Samsung 990 PRO with Heatsink SSD 2TB – As an Innovation Awards Honoree in the Computer Peripherals & Accessories category, the Samsung 990 PRO with Heatsink SSD 2TB is the company’s fastest PCIe 4.0 solid-state drive (SSD) with superior power efficiency.
    • Samsung Automotive NVMe BGA SSD 1TB (AM991) -This breakthrough advancement provides the industry’s highest sequential read speed for automotive storage, as well as an exceptionally large operational capacity for AD/ADAS, cockpit, and vehicular infotainment systems.
    • Samsung 512GB CXL Memory Expander – Recognized in the Computer Hardware & Components category, Samsung’s 512GB CXL Memory Expander module will be the first memory device that supports the eagerly-awaited CXL 2.0 interface and will come in an EDSFF (E3.S) form factor — especially suitable for next-generation high-capacity enterprise servers and data centers.
    • Samsung 16GB LPDDR5X and 1TB UFS 3.1 Multi-Chip Package – In the first integration of 14nm-based 16GB LPDDR5X DRAM and Samsung’s seventh-generation quad-level cell (QLC) V-NAND 1TB UFS (Universal Flash Storage) 3.1, this uMCP is providing a giant industry-leading leap forward.
    • Samsung ISOCELL HP3 CMOS Image Sensor – As a state-of-the-art mobile sensor with a 1/1.4-inch optical format and 0.56-pixel size for slimmer camera designs, the Samsung ISOCELL HP3 was honored in the Digital Imaging/Photography category.
    • Samsung W920+RF 6550 Next-gen Enhancement for Wearables – Recognized in the Wearable Technologies category, Samsung’s Exynos W920 System on a Chip (SoC) and Exynos RF 6550 connectivity solution is a next-generation tandem offering that adds a new dimension to wearable devices.


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