Samsung is manufacturing smartphone chipsets since it launched the Galaxy S series back in 2010. Now with smart devices gaining more and more traction, the company is ready to expand and it announced it started mass production of the Exynos i T200, a solution for the Internet of Things.
The chipset is built on a 28-nanometer High-K Metal Gate (HKMG) process and features Wi-Fi connectivity.
It utilizes a Cortex-R4 processor and an Cortex-M0+ co-processor, enabling devices to operate without the need for an extra controller. I
To keep up with security requirements from users, Samsung implemented designated security management hardware block in the Exynos i T200.
The new chipset is an upgrade from the Samsung Artik platform, launched back in 2015.