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Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Presents at HSBC 6th Annual Asia Investor Forum-New York, Nov-18-2014

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Presents at HSBC 6th Annual Asia Investor Forum-New York, Nov-18-2014 . Venue: The Westin, New York Grand Central, New York, New York, United States.

Samsung to Offer Premium Version of Galaxy Note Edge Tablet on the German Market

Samsung's new Galaxy Note Edge tablet will be launched in a premium edition on the German market after 160,000 people voted in favour of it. The special edition for EUR 899 in 'charcoal black' and 'frost white' will be available until the end of December at the Samsung online shop and can be pre-ordered from the end of November. It features a protective flip case, a display cleaner, a 3-year manufacturer's guarantee and a Samsung microSD card including the SD adapter. The standard version of the Note tablet will be available from 1 January 2015.

BlackBerry and Samsung Partner to Provide End-To-End Security for Android

BlackBerry Limited announced a strategic partnership with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. to provide a highly secure mobility solution for Android(TM). As a result, early 2015, enterprise customers will have a new choice: a tightly integrated, end-to-end secure solution that brings together BES12(TM): a cross-platform EMM solution by BlackBerry(R) with Samsung Galaxy smartphones and tablets that are embedded with Samsung KNOX. With KNOX, Samsung has created a set of Android devices capable of safeguarding enterprise data with multiple layers of hardware- and software- based protection. BlackBerry brings to the partnership a class-leading cross-platform enterprise mobility management (EMM) solution and a highly secure network infrastructure. Working together, the companies can now offer enterprises with a new and highly secure mobility option. Availability is expected in early 2015. Samsung will resell BES12 to joint customers and BlackBerry will offer KNOX support as part of the Gold family of BES12 subscriptions.

Samsung Electronics and SAP SE Announce Plans to Collaborate and Deliver Innovative Enterprise Solutions on Mobile Devices and Wearables for Key Industries

Samsung Electronics and SAP SE announced initial plans to deliver enterprise mobility solutions for a number of industries; once implemented, the plans are expected to help create an enterprise mobility ecosystem based on Samsung mobile devices. The new ecosystem will be designed to build on the popularity and reach of Samsung's mobile innovations and the SAP Mobile Platform. The collaboration of the two companies is expected to create new opportunities for developers to build solutions that can leverage the integrated offering from Samsung and SAP on mobile devices and wearables, as well as to leverage joint cloud solutions based on the SAP HANA(R) Cloud Platform mobile services. Additionally, the plans are anticipated to benefit the retail industry by integrating payments to be made on-to-go, along with helping to shed light on innovative shopping experiences for consumers and retailers alike. This announcement was made at SAP TechEd & d-code, being held November 11 - 13 in Berlin. Samsung and SAP Team Plan to Simplify and Secure Mobile Enterprise: The new plans are to add to Samsung's broad portfolio of devices, wearables and enterprise mobility solutions so users can benefit from SAP Mobile Platform and have more secure and simple integration with SAP's ecosystem. It is intended that the combination will allow the extension of enterprise applications in a secure intuitive manner to the extended workforce and help provide businesses with shorter time to market, quicker access to revenue streams and improved real-time decision support to executives and the workforce. The parties plan for mobile applications and user experiences to be engineered to help take advantage of Samsung device capabilities, thus aimed at giving a competitive advantage to workforces that use Samsung mobile devices. This approach is expected to help facilitate web and mobile developers to innovate with Samsung and SAP, and the large System Integrators ecosystems of both companies may be enabled to more quickly create vertical solutions that can address the needs of the market and the game-changing opportunities in the Internet of Things (IoT). Samsung and SAP expect to initially focus on key scenarios in vertical markets where the shift towards mobility coupled with emerging IoT user scenarios in the workplace presents the opportunities for the collaboration to bring value to customers. Through these new plans, the parties intend to help unlock multiple new features of existing SAP applications and platforms by coupling them with Samsung's mobile innovations. Retail: New solutions will be designed to enable innovative shopping experiences by helping provide retail store operators with more immediate access to inventory and product availability data adapted for Samsung's portfolio of connected devices, including mobile devices, wearables and large format displays; Plans also include for retail sales employees to be able to access customer data and use SAP Precision Marketing solution to help enable one-to-one marketing with their consumers while informing and influencing consumers in real time at the points of sale. Other critical business tasks like accessing customer data, looking up product information and implementing mobile payments are planned to be made available on Samsung mobile devices and wearables for the sales representative while on the retail floor. Oil & Gas: The SAP Work Manager and SAP Field Service mobile apps are available on ruggedized Samsung GALAXY Tab Active, delivering an optimal experience for completing work on-site in the field; The two companies plan to also extend SAP software integration to Samsung wearables to create a hands-free user experience that allows field workers in heavy industries to receive information and respond more quickly and safely to urgent issues with minimal disruption to their work Finance; SAP and Samsung intend to co-develop mobile banking solutions to enable a secure and user-friendly experience for banking and insurance customers; The two companies also plan to co-innovate solutions to deliver smarter banking services and enhance the onsite banking experience for visitors with innovative mobile solutions, printers and large format displays Healthcare; Samsung and SAP aim to bring the power of analytics from the SAP HANA Cloud Platform to Samsung mobile devices with customized applications for the healthcare industry; The companies also plan to collaborate to enhance personalized healthcare management with solutions designed to provide more secure connections to personal health information stored in the cloud as well as personalized management service options; Samsung and SAP also intend to launch a pilot project aimed at managing chronic disease based on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform. Other key elements of the plans include: To provide the ability for developers to optimize the SAP Fiori(R) user experience and SAP Field Service for Samsung's device portfolio to help deliver world-class user experiences using the unique features of Samsung's mobile devices, such as S Pen, Multi Window mode, S Voice and Air Gesture; Development of scalable CRM, human capital management (HCM) and ERP solutions on the SAP HANA Cloud Platform, which are expected to help deliver actionable insight and data on Samsung's mobile devices and wearables; Collaboration on new enterprise applications and solutions through the formation of a planned Joint Innovation Center.

Applied Materials, Inc. Announces Collaboration with Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. and PSK Inc. to Develop an Advanced Patterning Solution

Applied Materials, Inc. announced it collaborated with Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. and PSK Inc. to develop an advanced patterning solution for the manufacture of future generations of NAND and DRAM device designs. The new solution, available now, consists of the unique Saphira APF hardmask deposited on the Applied Producer XP Precision CVD system, and the Saphira removal process supported on the PSK OMNIS Asher tool. This comprehensive solution represents a breakthrough in precision materials engineering for complex patterning applications. The Saphira APF deposition and PSK OMNIS Asher systems resolve major issues to improve patterning of more complex device structures at advanced technology nodes. For emerging high aspect ratio and dense patterning requirements, the Saphira APF process introduces new film properties that include greater selectivity and transparency. The high-productivity PSK OMNIS Asher system is capable of completely removing the Saphira hardmask layer while preserving the patterned shapes and underlying materials.

 

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