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Samsung Electro-Mechanics Participates in “KPCA Show 2015”

Update Time: 2019-12-20 13:53:31

Samsung Electro-Mechanics Participates in “KPCA Show 2015”

Samsung Electro-Mechanics participates in the “2015 KPCA Show” held at the KINTEX Center in Ilsan, Gyeonggi-do, Korea.

In its 12th year this year, the KPCA Show is the largest Korean exhibition of circuit boards wherein Korean and global PCB producers and materials/equipment companies participate. Here, Samsung Electro-Mechanics showcased its cutting-edge PCB technology for smartphones, laptops, and wearable devices. KPCA is an annually held event for the development and advancement of Korean equipment, and the refinement of the PCB industry, which is key for the electronics industry. This year, about 300 companies from 20 countries have participated.

  • ※ KCPA : Korea Printed Circuit Association
  • ※ PCB : Printed Circuit Boards are boards used in building electronics parts, and they enable the connection of electric signals between parts.
Moreover, in the Application zone, it exhibited Samsung Electro-Mechanics parts that are built into various electronic devices, such as smartphones, notebook PCs, and wearable devices, to enhance the visitors’ understanding of its products.

Furthermore, Samsung Electro-Mechanics had the very first unveiling of its Cavity PCB at the show. Specially designed with thinner installation parts, the Cavity PCB is a product that has high utilization as the main board of ultra slim smartphones and wearable devices.

Samsung Electro-Mechanics plans to continue focusing its capabilities on the development of new products and diversification of its customer base to strengthen its future growth and enhance the competitiveness of its parts in line with the thriving wearable and flexible devices market.

Samsung achieved and has held market leadership in DRAM and SRAM since the early 1990s, and in NAND Flash since 2003. In 2001, Samsung also signalled its long commitment to logic and analog chip development with the expansion of the System LSI Division and the opening of the SoC Research Lab.

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