The tech giant has developed high-performance memory that can give online casinos more power

Tech innovation never stops and new ways to tackle old problems are always being introduced. As companies look for ways to set themselves apart from the competition, digital innovation is the number-one solution to achieve that goal, and artificial intelligence (AI) ranks at the top of that innovation. Now, Samsung has developed a new AI-based memory solution that gives greater performance power to computer equipment, and the online casino industry is going to be able to take full advantage of its capabilities.

Samsung’s High Bandwidth Memory (HBM) uses AI-based processing power thanks to the innovative processing-in-memory (PIM) architecture that has been developed. The result is AI computing solutions that are more powerful than any previous implementation, which will benefit high-performance computing systems and AI-enabled mobile apps. Both of these are integral parts of the iGaming space, which will soon be able to offer consumers new, unmatched gaming experiences.

Samsung Electronics Senior VP of Memory Product Planning Kwangil Park asserts, “Our groundbreaking HBM-PIM is the industry’s first programmable PIM solution tailored for diverse AI-driven workloads such as HPC, training and inference. We plan to build upon this breakthrough by further collaborating with AI solution providers for even more advanced PIM-powered applications.”

Many of the computer systems in place today rely on the use of a separate processor and memory in order to complete thousands of sensitive data processing tasks. The data is moving back and forth between the two and this process has several pitfalls. The link between the two is a potential bottleneck and the movement of the data is one of the reasons why computers run hot. Through the HBM-PIM solution, data movement is minimized, which allows for quicker and more powerful capabilities.

This ultimately means that online casino operators who take advantage of the technology will be able to expand their AI offerings exponentially, providing even more graphic-intense content and a wider range of options. The reduction in heat output from the hardware devices also implies cost savings for the operators, who would likely be able to redesign their server rooms and reduce their electricity usage.