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Mark Peters : November 10th 2013 - 13:40 CET

Samsung Research & Development Center


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SamsungSamsung begins construction of new R&D center : Samsung Research America (SRA), a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics, announced the groundbreaking for its new 8.5 acre campus in Mountain View (Unites States). With $187.8 billion in sales and 270,000 employees across 79 countries, Samsung Electronics is a global leader in consumer electronics technology that has been a presence in Silicon Valley for more than three decades. The Samsung Research & Development center will provide a state-of-the-art campus that can support the current rapid growth in the organization, and also provide the infrastructure to support Samsung’s open innovation and university collaboration activities.
Samsung Research Development Center

Research & Development Center
The campus will include two new six-story class-A office buildings totaling approximately 385,000 sq. ft. and two parking structures - one five-story, the other six-story. Expected occupancy is December 2014 in the buildings being designed in accordance with LEED Gold and LEED Platinum certification standards. This expansion builds upon Samsung’s long-term presence in the Bay Area. In July, state, city and community leaders joined Samsung Semiconductor in a groundbreaking ceremony for the 1.1 million square foot facility expansion of its San Jose operations. Beyond Silicon Valley, Samsung is continuing to expand its facilities across the United States, with increased investments and significant new employment opportunities.

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Samsung Research America
Founded in October 1988, Samsung Research America (SRA) is headquartered in Silicon Valley, with offices across the U.S. SRA is engaged in researching emerging technology to create new businesses, and developing core technology to enhance the competitiveness of Samsung products. The primary research areas of SRA include advanced software, interactive services, user experience and emerging technologies in convergence.




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