Who We Are

Samsung Research is the advanced R&D hub of Samsung’s Device eXperience (DX) Division to prepare the future of Samsung Electronics.
We lead the development of the future technologies with about 10,000 researchers and developers working in overseas R&D centers.

Under the vision of “Shape the Future with Innovation and Intelligence”, Samsung Research is actively conducting research and development to identify new future growth areas and secure advanced technologies to create new value and improve people’s lives.

Samsung Research is focusing to pursue advances across a wide range of research areas, including:

In particular, we are expanding our research scope to new promising fields to realize a new lifestyle based on AI technologies.
Samsung Research is a global organization with 16 overseas R&D centers and 7 global AI centers around the world to secure innovative technologies and enhance our global R&D capacity. We are equally maximizing technological cooperation through active open innovation with distinguished universities, research institutes, and partner companies globally that have the world’s best technologies.

We promise to continue exploring to become a global top research institute that creates new values for the future through ceaseless innovation and intelligence.

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Over the years, Samsung Research has been the cradle of technologies.
Among the technologies it pioneered are: 4G LTE, 5G, Tizen, HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding), LED Display technology, etc.

At present, relevant business units in the SET (End-products) business are preparing for the commercialization of these technologies. Samsung Research continues to concentrate on the development of future-oriented advanced technology and contribute further in finding new growth engines and creating new markets.

LTE

4G LTE

4G LTE is the prevailing mobile technology having more than 3 billion subscribers around the world. The latest LTE smart phones can provide high-speed data up to 1.2 Gbps enabling quick download and smooth live streaming. Samsung released the world-first LTE device in 2009 and has been leading the continuous evolution of LTE technologies to LTE-Advanced and LTE-Advanced Pro.

5G

5G

5G is the next-generation mobile technology aiming to expand the use cases of mobile systems beyond broadband data services. Thanks to its ultrahigh performance such as peak data rate higher than 20 Gbps, latency as low as 1 ms, and reliability better than 99.999%, 5G is expected to enable new services, e.g., VR contents delivery, vehicular communications, and industrial IoT. Samsung was the pioneer to explore mmWave bands for 5G and has been leading the development of 5G core technologies such as massive MIMO, beamforming, and LDPC channel coding.
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TIZEN

Tizen

TIZEN is an open and flexible software platform that supports smart devices, as well as low-end devices. Since the first version released in 2012, it has expanded its product line into TVs, smart watches and consumer electronics including refrigerators, robot vacuum cleaners, washing machines, etc.
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SAMSUNG Cinema Screen

LED Display Technology

LED Display Technology is a screen display technology that uses LEDs as the light source. With outstanding brightness and contrast, it enables object display without color distortion even in bright surroundings. ※ The technology is applied to Samsung Cinema screens.

HEVC H.265 - HIGH EFFICIENCY VIDEO CODING. ACADEMY OF TELEVISION ARTS & SCIENCES

HEVC (High Efficiency Video Coding)

HEVC is a high-efficiency video compression technology that offers more than twice the data compression efficiency compared to the previous H.264. It enables the realization of ultra-definition videos such as 4K and 8K.

Samsung Research

Address

Samsung Seoul R&D Campus, 56, Seongchon-gil, Seocho-gu, Seoul, Republic of Korea

Contact for Careers

career.sr@samsung.com

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