According to the Korea Herald, Samsung Electro-Mechanics has announced that the company has developed five new MLCCs for automobiles. These devices have expanded its product lineup and consolidated its global market.

The five new MLCCs developed by Samsung include three for power systems and two for anti-lock braking systems, and will be supplied to global automakers in the near future.

According to the report, in order to cope with voltages up to 100 volts, these new MLCCs use Samsung’s proprietary ultra-precision stacking method of ceramics and other electrode materials; in addition, the life expectancy of the new MLCC for anti-lock braking systems has increased by 20% compared to existing components, and safety has been increased by 5%.

Kim Doo-young, Executive Vice President of Samsung Electro-Mechanics, said, "The development and mass production of automotive MLCC requires a high level of technology. Samsung will provide differentiated materials and process technologies to provide customers with competitive products."