Samsung D-series Special Color Packages Engineered to Bring Out the Most Desirable Color Tones of Illuminated Objects

Samsung Electronics announced a new family of chip-on-board LED lighting packages, labeled the “Samsung D-series Special Color.” 
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Samsung Electronics Partners with TÜV SÜD to Introduce Collaborative Testing Program for its Automotive LED Components

Samsung Electronics, a Korean company specializing in advanced digital component solutions, and TÜV SÜD, a global technical services provider of quality, safety and sustainability solutions, today announced that the companies have developed a new testing program for Samsung’s automotive LED components. A ceremony was held earlier today at the headquarters of TÜV SÜD Korea Ltd. in Seoul, Korea, to unveil the new testing program.
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Samsung Switches Focus to Micro LED to Escape Plight of Poor QLED Sales

OLED patent holder Samsung Electronics now also steps into the realm of Micro LED, reported the Investor. It is also looking to acquire PlayNitride, a Taiwan-based Micro LED developer in an attempt to offset the sluggish sales of its QLED TVs.
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Samsung’s New Image Sensors Bring Fast and Slim Attributes to Mobile and IoT Applications

Samsung Electronics introduced two new ISOCELL image sensors: 1.28-micrometer (μm) 12-megapixel (Mp) ISOCELL Fast 2L9 with Dual Pixel technology, and ultra-small 0.9μm 24Mp ISOCELL Slim 2X7 with Tetracell technology.
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Samsung Introduces Highly Advanced, Enhanced Chip-Scale LED Packages for Spotlights and High-Bay Applications

Samsung Electronics today announced two new additions to its chip-scale package (CSP) line-up: LM101B, a 1W-class mid-power LED, and LH231B, a 5W-class high-power LED. Built with enhanced CSP technology, the new LED packages deliver industry-leading efficacy and reliability for spotlights and high-bay lighting applications.
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Samsung’s New Q-series LED Linear Modules Offer Superior Efficacy to Improve Premium Indoor Lighting

Samsung Electronics today announced the launch of the “Q-series,” a new line-up of LED linear modules for use in premium indoor luminaire applications where an exceptionally high level of light efficacy is required.
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Samsung Completes Lineup of High-Power LEDs with LH351C for Outdoor Lighting Applications

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. just announced that it now has a full lineup of high-power LEDs with the introduction of its new 5W-class LH351C, which follows its LH351B (3W) and LH351D (10W) offerings.
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GE Lighting Solutions and Samsung Electronics Sign Patent License Agreement

GE Lighting Solutions and Samsung Electronics announced the signing of a worldwide patent license agreement. 
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Samsung Electronics’ Invests KRW 27 Trillion in OLED and NAND Flash

Despite of the tremors of explosive Galaxy Note 7 sent down Samsung Electronics finances, the company reported operating profits surpassed KRW 5 trillion (US $4.37 billion) during third quarter of 2016, driven by its semiconductors and display businesses, reported Business Korea.
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Merck Taps Into Samsung Electronics QD Supply Chain with Nanoco Agreement

Was Merck vying Samsung Electronics quantum dot TVs, when it signed the quantum dot marketing agreement with Nanoco? Well that is what one Korean Times report claims.
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Samsung Electronics’ VP Visits Strategic Partner WELLMAX’s Booth at GILE

The annual Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition was held on 9th – 12th, June 2016. The LED Bulb Expert WELLMAX’s booth was again a popular success, attracting big numbers. Attendee Andrea from Italy told the reporter, “We didn’t quite know WELLMAX before this exhibition, but we saw WELLMAX’s booth and it is really eye-catching, like a very professional and international company, so we have to come in and take a look.”
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Samsung Electronics Forgoes OLED TV Jumps Straight into QLED Technology

Earlier this month senior Samsung Electronics officials reported the company would not be making OLED TVs in the near future, and would be directing its focus on quantum dot-TVs (QLED TVs). Following this development, recent reports suggest the company’s long term strategy might skip OLED TV altogether, according to Korean media ETNews.
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Samsung Electronics and Silver Spring Networks Team up on Smart LED Lighting Solutions

Today at Light + Building, the world’s leading trade show for lighting and building services technology, Samsung Electronics and Silver Spring Networks announced a partnership to develop a networked LED street lights solution, helping to cut costs and simplify connected lighting componentry for luminaire manufacturers.  This will accelerate the road to smart cities for municipalities, utilities, transportation departments and other outdoor lighting network operators.  
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Wellmax and Samsung Electronics Forges Partnership and Signs MOU for LED Technology

On March 1, 2016, Samsung Electronics, the world’s second largest semiconductor supplier, signed a comprehensive strategic partnership MOU with Shanghai Wellmax Lighting Industry (WELLMAX) at Samsung Electronics’ Shanghai head office. The MOU identifies WELLMAX as one of Samsung Electronics’ first group of global ingredient brand partners together with top brands including GE and The Home Depot. WELLMAX is the first and so far the only company that receives Samsung’s ingredient brand authorization in China.
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Samsung Electronics Opens New U.S. Semiconductor Headquarters in Silicon Valley

Samsung Electronics, the world’s leading producer of semiconductor and display solutions, formally opened the doors to its new Device Solutions America headquarters here, setting the stage for a new wave of innovation across the digital landscape.
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Samsung Electronics Awarded Flexible Display OLED Patent

The United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted Samsung Electronics a patent for flexible and bendable TV and tablet PC displays, reported Business Korea recently.
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Samsung Electronics Introduces New Flip Chip LED Package with Wide Range of Operating Currents

Samsung Electronics, a world leader in advanced components, today introduced the LM301A, a flip-chip-based mid-power LED package that can operate at anywhere from 0.2 watts to 1 watt — providing a wide range of current options, resulting in much improved light efficacy. The package was announced at a press conference, in conjunction with LIGHTFAIR International 2015, being held in New York, May 5-7.
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Samsung Electronics Expands LED Display Portfolio with YESCO Electronics Acquisition

Samsung announced its acquisition of Logan, Utah-based YESCO Electronics, LLC, a leading LED sign and display manufacturer with more than 2,000 installations across the U.S. and abroad. The acquisition reinforces Samsung’s entry into the LED display market, extending the reach of the company’s pioneering technologies and expertise beyond large-format displays (LFDs) using LCD panels, where the company has been the worldwide market leader for six consecutive years.
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Samsung Electronics Announces 1W Mid-Power LED Package

Samsung Electronics has introduced the LM302A, a new 1W-level, high-luminance, mid-power LED package.
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Samsung Electronics Switches Business Strategy from AMOLED Production to LCD

In order to avoid saturation of the high-end smartphone market and increase market penetration in India and China, Samsung Display will reduce AMOLED panels and increase LCD panel production in 2014. Samsung Electronics wants to turn their focus to mid-market LED handsets in 2014, but this change in business strategy will have an impact on Samsung Display’s business performance.
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Samsung to Launch Foldable Phones by 2015

Samsung Electronics CEO Kwon Oh Hyun promised that the company will be delivering foldable phones by 2015 during the company’s Analyst Day, according to reports by Engadget and GottaBeMobile. com. The Engadget report noted Galaxy Round was an “incremental nudge” towards this development, and the flexible phone concept can be further expanded into wearable electronic gadgets that the company has high interest in.
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Samsung Electronics to Stop LCD TV Production

Samsung Electronics sets to stop manufacturing LCD TV in 2013. Coming on the heel of stopping LCD TV production line in South Korea, the company continues to close LCD TV productions in Mexico, Hungary, Slovakia, Russia as well as Vietnam , and instead of making LED TV.
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Samsung Electronics Swept Top Spots in the TV Markets of Europe’s 24 Countries

According to a study by research firm GfK, in spite of European economic crisis, Samsung Electronics grabbed the largest market share in five major TV markets of 24 European countries, including flat panel TV, LCD TV, LED TV, smart TV and 3D TV, in the first half of 2012. The South Korean company commanded a market share of 35.0 percent in flat panel TVs, 35.2 percent in LCD TVs, 38.7 percent in LED TVs, and 32.9 percent in PDP TVs, all registering a positive year-to-year growth. It’s the only major TV maker that achieves a year-to-ye...
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Samsung Electronics to Inject $41.7 billion in OLED Investment

Samsung Electronics has intended to inject about $41.7 billion to put more distance from competitors in 2012. There are about $22 billion will boost its manufacturing capacity for logic chips, MEMS sensors and OLED displays as well as memory and LCD production. The logic chip manufacturing is likely to focus on Samsung's ambitions to make application processors and system chips for mobile phones and tablets. Investment in logic at about $6.5 billion is set to exceed investment in memory chips at about $5.7 billion for the first time. Investment in OLEDs is exp...
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Samsung Releases its First Samsung SyncMaster SA Series 3D LED Monitor

Samsung Electronics Philippines Corp., has released Samsung SyncMaster SA950 3D LED monitor,featuring real-life 3D pictures,elegance of nature , Eco Motion Sensor and a “zero-bright spot” guarantee serves. According to the company, it is capable of showing real-life 3D pictures by adopting 3D HyperReal Engine, the reaction is particularly fast, enabling the monitor to produce vivid 3D images without dizziness. The new product is equipped with Ultra Clear Panel, which enhances color contrast for sharper images. Secondly, the new LED monitor is...
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Brazil Gets a Makeover with Samsung Electronics

Samsung Electronics has installed 80 large-format displays (460UT), 236 latest LCD monitors, and 34 LED and LCD TVs in the control center, offices and conference rooms at Rio de Janeiro’s City Hall, to dress up the city as a smart city. It’s said that the video installed at the control center is not only the largest in Brazil but also in the whole of Central and South America. The Brazil government will operate the control center in preparation for the 2014 World Cup and 2016 Olympics.  ...
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Samsung Electronics Showcased New Edge-type LED-backlit LCD Panel at CES Press Conference

Lately, Samsung Electronics has showcased a new model of its edge-type LED-backlit LCD panel at CES Unveiled, a press conference prior to the 2011 International CES. According to a Samsung staffer, different with the case where LED backlight units are set on all the four sides ,they placed backlight units on the right and left sides of the panel so that the power consumption of the panel can be reduced.  
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Samsung Electronics Showed off A Series of LED TVs at 2011 International CES

Samsung Electronics has showed off more than 40 new LED models with screen sizes from 19-inches to 65-inches at the International Consumer Electronics Show. The new TVs offer dramatically enhanced picture quality in 2D, 3D, HD and streaming content, as well as richer connected entertainment options delivered through one of the most comprehensive offering of apps and connected devices. In addition, Samsung will also expand the number of 3D TV models available in 2011.
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Samsung Electronics Utilized an Inkjet Printing Method to Develop a 19-inch OLED TV

Reportedly, Samsung Electronics showcased a prototype of a 19-inch TV equipped with an OLED panel made by using an inkjet printing method at FPD International 2010, a trade show on LCD and OLED flat-panel displays (FPDs).
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 “As the demands on our customer’s fixtures become more challenging, we need to ensure our Color portfolio enables them to meet these demands. This increase in flux across several key colors will give our customers a significa... READ MORE

Samsung Electronics announced a new family of chip-on-board LED lighting packages, labeled the “Samsung D-series Special Color.”