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Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. is a global leader in semiconductor, telecommunication,digital media and digital convergence technologies with 2006 parent company sales of US$63.4 billion and net income of US$8.5 billion. Employing approximately 138,000 people in 124 offices in 56 countries, the company consists of five main business units: Digital Media Business, LCD Business, Semiconductor Business, Telecommunication Network Business, and Digital Appliance Business. Recognized as one of the fastest growing global brands, Samsung Electronics is a leading producer of digital TVs, memory chips, mobile phones, and TFT-LCDs.

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Latest Content From Samsung

Whitepaper: Datacenter SSDs: Solid Footing for Growth

by SamsungJan 01, 2008

This IDC white paper explores the opportunity for integrating solid state drives (SSDs) into the enterprise storage environment. Datacenter challenges are highlighted and compared with the commensurate benefits of SSDs. IDC's forecast for SSD integration into datacenters is delineated. Finally, challenges that SSD OEMs must address before successfully engaging the datacenter are revealed.


Whitepaper: SSDs: The Other Primary Storage Alternative

by SamsungJan 01, 2008

This IDC White Paper explores the market opportunities for solid state drives (SSDs) and their potential uses in the digital storage world. The technological benefits are discussed in this context, as are the opportunities where storage requirements align with SSDs. Finally, the market trends that are accelerating the adoption of SSDs in the marketplace are evaluated.


Whitepaper: Evaluating the SSD Total Cost of Ownership

by SamsungNov 01, 2007

In this white paper, IDC explores the benefits of solid state drives (SSDs) and how they impact the total cost of ownership (TCO) within the mobile PC environment. The technology factors that make SSDs a viable and beneficial option are discussed in this context. The metrics used in this TCO analysis are associated with the storage device performance, reliability, environmental metrics, and the labor costs incurred by companies using systems that leverage these storage technologies.