Samsung Innovation Museum (S/I/M) has begun unveiling its new series of online tour videos, entitled “The Era of Corporate Innovation”. Available through the Samsung Newsroom YouTube channel and the Samsung Innovation Museum website, the new videos follow on from the “The Era of Inventors” series.
The videos corresponding to “The Era of Corporate Innovation” explore the achievements of corporations that have contributed to the improvement of human life by developing innovative products and technologies. Following the release of the ‘Semiconductor’ videos, other video series will be released under the headings ‘Display’ and ‘Mobile’.
Within each category, a sub-series of short videos presenting interesting stories corresponding to the respective themes will be released. The three semiconductor videos tell the story of both the origin of and the future outlook for the semiconductor industry, walking viewers through the birth of the semiconductor and how semiconductor solutions have been integrated to improve data processing performance over the years.
The first semiconductor video, entitled “More, Faster, and Smaller, The Acceleration of Data Processing”, shows how the innovation of the transistor liberated electronics from their reliance on large, heavy vacuum tubes and sparked the era of miniaturization in electronic devices. The video depicts the socio-cultural changes and technological advances that were brought about by the advent of transistors.
The second video covers how the development of integrated circuits has allowed electronic device performance to be advanced while also allowing the products to be downsized without affecting performance levels. The use of IC chips eventually influenced the development and distribution of PCs, and once computers were introduced in business environments the technology led to immense improvements in business performance.
In the last video of the semiconductor series, we explore the Samsung Semiconductor, which has been a leader in the mobile era, as well as the topic of how semiconductors will enrich our lives in the future. Today, semiconductors are continuing to evolve in order to lead the future of the industry and enable users to live richer lives.
Following the release of the three semiconductor videos, individual videos from S/I/M’s three-video series entitled ‘Display’ and ‘Mobile’ will be released on a sequential basis starting from December 8.