Samsung, a worldwide manufacturer of semiconductors and consumer electronics, is to develop new 2 GB DDR3 chips that the firm has stated will deliver the most satisfying user experience possible.
It has started producing advanced memory components that make use of 30 nanometre-class (nm-class) process technology for the first time in the industry.
The company believes its new chip will offer high performance and lower energy consumption for PCs and server applications, designed to take advantage of new multi-core processors.
Soo-In Cho, president of Samsung's memory division of its semiconductor business, said there has been significant rise in demand for DDR3 offerings and suggested the brand is meeting that with the introduction of 30 nm-class solutions.
Its new 2 Gb model is based on what the company calls "innovative circuit design".
Samsung recently followed a number of rival brands such as Asus, Sharp and Toshiba by launching its first 3D notebook.