Samsung Electronics targeting mobile B2B solutions and system semiconductors next year
A new report from Business Korea shows that Samsung is aiming to lead the global market with its software-based mobile B2B (business-to-business) solutions next year along with a focus on system semiconductors. The company is already designing one of the best smartphone S0Cs available in the market right now.
The company has held a meeting at its headquarters in Suwon on the 16th of December. 500 executives from eight business divisions were invited to this meeting in order to discuss a marketing strategy for its new products that are set to be released next year.
Right now, Samsung has a rough competition with companies such as Apple, Xiaomi, and Huawei in the smartphone market where the South Korean has a massive influence on. It plans to take over the B2B market as well and the tech company also has intentions of commercializing bio-processors in the first quarter of 2016.
Other areas where Samsung will be working on will be advancing image sensors, the auto components industry, and many others. More business meetings are set to take place at CES 2016 early next month at Las Vegas, and Samsung’s Vice Chairman Lee Jae-yong is set to attend this event as well.