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samsung electronics-pref (005935) Snapshot

Open
973,000
Previous Close
980,000
Day High
980,000
Day Low
949,000
52 Week High
05/20/14 - 1,191,000
52 Week Low
09/24/13 - 860,000
Market Cap
21.7T
Average Volume 10 Days
31.2K
EPS TTM
--
Shares Outstanding
22.8M
EX-Date
06/27/14
P/E TM
--
Dividend
14,350
Dividend Yield
1.51%
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samsung electronics-pref (005935) Details

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., together with its subsidiaries, is engaged in consumer electronics, information technology and mobile communications, and device solutions businesses worldwide. The company offers various consumer products, such as mobile phones, tablets, televisions, Blu-rays, DVD players, home theaters, air track, Bluetooth speakers, and mini components; cameras and camcorders; home appliances comprising refrigerators, air conditioners, washing machines, microwave ovens, ovens, and dishwashers; PC/peripherals/printers, including tablet PC, notebooks, chrome devices, monitors, optical disc drive, and laser printer/multifunctions; memory and storage products, such as solid state drives and memory cards; and accessories, as well as computer products. It also provides healthcare products comprising digital X-ray, ultrasound, and in-vitro diagnostics; hospitality displays; large format displays; LSI products that include CMOS image sensors, display driver IC, smart card IC, microcontroller units, and field communication IC, as well as System-on-Chip, foundry services, and application processor for mobile devices; LED lighting solutions that comprise display panels, exterior and dashboard lighting, lighting packages, engines, drivers, and retrofit lighting; and LCD and OLED panels. In addition, the company is involved in cyber game match hosting; technology business venture capital investments; and manufacturing semiconductor components, as well as offers repair service for electronic devices. Further, it is engaged in manufacturing and selling electronic devices; providing general logistics agency services; sponsoring sports team and games; medical equipment; dental CT; credit management; software; marketing and services; consulting services; toll processing of LCD; and manufacturing optical fiber/cable activities. The company was founded in 1938 and is based in Suwon, South Korea.

Founded in 1938

samsung electronics-pref (005935) Top Compensated Officers

Vice Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, Head ...
Total Annual Compensation: 3.8B
Chief Executive Officer, President, Head of I...
Total Annual Compensation: 2.8B
Chief Executive Officer, President, Head of C...
Total Annual Compensation: 2.7B
President, Chief Financial Officer, Head of C...
Total Annual Compensation: 2.1B
Head of Corporate Strategy
Total Annual Compensation: 3.9B
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

samsung electronics-pref (005935) Key Developments

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. Launches 28-Megapixel Aps-C Cmos Image Sensor for Digital Cameras

Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. announced its new 28 megapixel (MP) APS-C CMOS image sensor for digital cameras. Currently in mass production, the new S5KVB2 is designed into Samsung's new compact system camera, the NX1, and will be showcased along with the camera at Photokina 2014 held in Cologne, Germany, September 16, 2014 to September 21, 2014. Utilizing Samsung's advanced BSI pixel technology, the new S5KVB2 sensor offers superior light absorption. By using 65-nanometer (nm) low-power copper process as well as fine design technology, this new imager satisfies the requirements for power efficiency and noiseless high quality imaging in high-end compact system camera formats. The new S5KVB2 is the first APS-C sensor to adopt back-side illuminated (BSI) pixel technology. The BSI structure moves the metal layers to the rear side of the photodiode to reduce the loss of light. Applying BSI pixels, Samsung's new imager improves the light sensitivity of each pixel and increases light absorption in peripheral areas by approximately 30%, resulting in crisper, sharper images compared to a conventional front-side illumination (FSI) pixel-based imager. By moving the position of the photo diode, the sensor's metal wiring layout is better optimized for faster continuous speed. As a result, the S5KVB2 offers 30fps video recording at Ultra HD resolution, being capable of delivering ultimate video quality on a camera. In addition, the imager adopted Samsung's advanced 65nm low-power copper process, which is well ahead of 180 nm aluminium process, generally used in the camera sensor industry. Based on the finer ICs and the use of copper, the 65nm copper process enables power consumption to be reduced dramatically compared to an imager based on a previous process technology. As a result, the new S5KVB2 imager has less thermal emissions. Through the advanced fabrication process and IC design, the S5KVB2 also decreases random noise significantly.

Sberbank of Russia and Samsung Electronics Sign Memorandum of Cooperation

Sberbank of Russia, its subsidiary business environment and Samsung Electronics have signed a memorandum of cooperation. The memorandum provides for the joint realization of projects aimed primarily at technological modernization and the optimization of banking services for corporate customers of small and micro businesses. Improving of technology creates new opportunities for the bank's customers and the increasing of comfortable use of banking services, including through remote access, will effectively integrate them with the existing business processes of a customer. Customers, in turn, receive the latest banking tools and services for business and operational cooperation with its partners and customers.

SES, S.A., SmarDTV and Samsung to Demonstrate First Ultra HD CAS-Protected Broadcast Service Using DVB Standards

SES, SmarDTV and Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. announced that they will be demonstrating the first end-to-end encrypted Ultra HD content -- via an SES satellite to a Samsung Ultra HD TV by using a SmarDTV CI Plus CAM module -- at the IBC 2014 in Amsterdam. The demonstration will mark a major milestone for the Ultra HD broadcast chain, as it is the first time that a full 3,840x2,160 pixel CAS protected Ultra HD signal in HEVC will be decrypted by a standard SmarDTV CI Plus Module and rendered on Samsung Ultra HD TV models. This opens the door for pay-TV service providers to directly access the new UHD TV Sets that are being rapidly adopted by consumers around the world. The Ultra HD content will be broadcast live from an SES satellite at the orbital position of 19.2 degrees East using DVB UHD Phase 1 signaling specifications.

 

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