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selinz
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re: Samsung budgets for logic and OLED investment spree
selinz   1/20/2012 11:29:38 PM
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Investment in the future is always good as long as the predicted future ends up being the actual one! OLED displays seems like a winner...

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David_S   1/19/2012 8:34:00 AM
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Samsung should do the world a favor and buy North Korea

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phoenixdave   1/18/2012 11:33:04 AM
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Their early investment in LCD display market proved to be very wise, and I would think that they are also looking forward with OLED technology replacing LCD in the next few years. Having both product areas enables them to retain market share. While one is ramped up, the other can be ramped down.

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Kinnar   1/18/2012 7:20:44 AM
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Research and Development focus towards OLED for Large Scale Displays that what was eagerly waited from some giants and Samsung has become the first one to take that opportunity, the world will be having a very revolutionary era in the displays segment in the coming years.

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kdboyce   1/18/2012 6:25:37 AM
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At least they are really focusing $$$ and manpower on that area instead of trying to do innovation on a shoestring budget or via skunk works projects. If successful the payoff is big.

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_hm   1/18/2012 3:04:33 AM
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Very encouraging news for semiconductor industry. We wish to see more innovative products from Samsung.

PJames
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PJames   1/17/2012 9:50:37 PM
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"Samsung Group revenues account for about 20 percent of South Korea's 1,200 trillion won annual GDP" If this is correct it is a stunning fact. A company with 350,000 employees accounts for 20% of GDP of a country with 50 million?

luting
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luting   1/17/2012 6:52:19 PM
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TSMC might be in trouble with that amount of investment in Logic.

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re: Samsung budgets for logic and OLED investment spree
chipmonk0   1/17/2012 6:13:59 PM
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March of times.. ! Inevitable result of trying to sell high value products to low income countries by dissipating technology When would Intel too have to close its Fabs ?

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lonecowboy   1/17/2012 4:58:36 PM
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Samsung is expanding like swallowing all the rivals. Chairman Mr.Lee's nickname is South Korea's number two behind the Korean president who is number one. Well, his company Samsung Electronics is already a global number one in electronics industry though. Survival of the fittest.. bloody.. so bloody..

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