Samsung and Arm Collaborate on 6G Network SIMD Technology

Samsung partners with Arm to develop SIMD technology for 6G networks, aiming for 1TB/s data speeds and network.

Samsung announced today a collaboration with Arm to advance SIMD (Single Instruction Multiple Data) technology, a key software innovation for 6G mobile networks.

This partnership aims to expedite the development of parallel data packet processing to handle the immense data volumes expected with 6G.


6G networks are projected to offer speeds of up to 1TB/s, equivalent to transmitting 30 Blu-ray movies per second. The need for new software to manage this data surge is critical.

The joint effort between Samsung Research Institute and Arm aims to address this challenge.

Jinguk Jeong, Executive Vice President of Samsung’s Advanced Communications Research Center, emphasized the growing importance of software technology in 6G communications.

He highlighted the significance of innovation in processing vast amounts of data and the strategic partnership with Arm as a crucial step towards a parallel technology revolution.

Mohamed Awad, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Arm’s Infrastructure Line of Business, pointed out that AI is driving the demand for next-generation technologies like 6G.

The collaboration aims to enhance the efficiency of AI infrastructures through high-performance, low-power processing solutions.

Samsung and Arm plan to launch an open-source project to further develop and refine this technology, setting the stage for the future of high-speed, efficient 6G communications.

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Samsung and Arm Collaborate on 6G Network SIMD Technology

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