Samsung is comprised of more than 78 different companies and affiliates in a wide range of businesses. We provide electronics and financial services. We work in chemical and trade industries. And every last member of the Samsung corporation shares the commitment to providing high quality products and services for people and businesses around the globe.
Our innovative line of products have kept us on the forefront of this exciting time in history—and we plan to stay here.
Samsung set businesses compete across a wide array of product categories, united under the global Samsung umbrella and operating independently to create and market their products. Our set businesses include the groups that produce our popular consumer electronic products, like mobile phones and TVs, as well as those manufacturing products for specialty markets like medical devices and Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM), such as our component business.
The Mobile segment has blazed a trail for next generation technologies. Innovative mobile technologies, like Mobile WiMAX, a system that processes mobile data at a faster rate, and High-Speed Packet Access (HSPA), the most widely-deployed mobile broadband technology in the world, have helped us cut through a cluttered category and solidify alliances with carriers across the globe.
The Computing segment does more than just make personal computers and MP3 players. It makes well-designed personal computers and MP3 players outfitted with the best mobile technology. With the convergence of mobile and computing, we plan to lead the industry to new levels of mobility.
The TV segment is a key driver, and currently holds the top spot, in the Samsung Set Business portfolio. Over the years, Samsung LED TVs have experienced explosive growth, along with LCD models and monitors.
Samsung’s flagship LED backlit-display TVs offer an impressive range of color to the viewing experience. Additionally, our LCD TVs and monitors continue to maintain top positions in their respective categories for their superior, life-like displays.
Samsung’s Telecommunications segment leads the global industry with the widest range of mobile phones, cameras, printers and telecommunications systems. The mobile handset division alone remains the fastest growing segment in the history of Samsung Electronics, and has been recognized as the number one mobile phone manufacturer in customer loyalty five years in a row by Brand Keys, Inc.
Samsung home appliances are stylishly designed and come equipped with convenient digital features. This lineup includes refrigerators, air conditioners, washers, ovens, vacuums and other machines critical to today’s households.
Designated as a future growth engine for our company, Samsung medical equipment and machines are improving operational efficiency and the patient experience in hospitals everywhere.
Samsung's Component Businesses lead the world's memory and LCD markets in product and technology development.
Samsung's Component Businesses lead the world's memory and LCD markets in product and technology development. Our component businesses are comprised of four groups, including the number one globally-ranked Memory Division, System LSI Division, Storage System Division and the LCD Business. Each segment of Samsung's component businesses provide crucial parts that run popular consumer products, including computers and notebooks, digital cameras and camcorders, and televisions and monitors.
The Memory Division designs and manufactures the integrated circuits for storing digital information, and is the market leader in dynamic random access memory (DRAM), static random access memory (SRAM), negated and (NAND) flash memory, commonly found in flash and USB drives, and Solid State Drives (SSDs).
The System LSI Division designs and manufactures logic and analog integrated circuit devices, and is broken down into 3 major areas of concentration: mobile solutions, home and media solutions and ASIC and foundry services.
The Storage Systems Division (SSD) produces high-performance, high-capacity hard disk drives for a wide range of electronics—notebooks, desktop PCs, digital camcorders and many other consumer and mobile devices. SSD’s mission is to continue creating lighter, quieter and more energy-efficient hard drives.
The LCD business produces panels for TVs, digital information displays (DIDs), notebook PCs and desktop monitors. We develop next-generation products, such as ultra-slim LCD panels, and are forging new markets with advancements in LED-backlit panel design and 240Hz LCD technology.