Korea’s three mobile carriers, LG U+, SK Telecom and KT enlarged their entire market shares as sales increased or maintained previous-year levels. However, profits stand at substantial differences. Wireless telecommunication heavily influenced overall performances.
MINNEAPOLIS - VEC Composite Technology, a fully integrated composite solutions company, announced the launch of a new and updated website featuring the benefits of its leading edge composite manufacturing process. The updated website is located at VECTechnology.com and features information on VEC Composite Technology, applications, production process and more.
SEOUL, KOREA - Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, the global leader in mobile technology, today announced the launch of “Swarovski for Samsung,” an exclusive collection of Swarovski crystal accessories for the Galaxy S5 and Gear Fit.
SEOUL, KOREA - The performance of Korea's top-500 companies has deteriorated rapidly. According to CEO Score, a website specializing in corporate financial performance reporting, the aggregate operating profit of 500 largest corporations last year was 138 trillion won, down 4.4 percent from the previous year.
SEOUL, KOREA - Samsung Petrochemical will enter the carbon fiber market in partnership with Germany's SGL Carbon GmbH. It will inevitably face stiff competition with incumbents like Toray Advanced Materials, Hyosung, and Taekwang.
SEOUL, KOREA- LS Mtron, a specialist in industrial machinery including tractors, is enjoying a robust growth in auto parts business. The company aims to record more than 100 billion won in auto parts sales this year, centering on automobile hoses, as well as to achieve the 400-billion-won mark in sales by 2015.
MILPITAS, CA - March 10, 2010 - Linear Technology Corporation introduces the LTC2654, a quad voltage output 16- and 12-bit digital-to-analog converter (DAC family) with internal reference and SPI interface. LTC2654 DACs achieve 16-bit performance of ±4LSB INL maximum over temperature, a factor of two better than the nearest 16-bit quad competitor with internal reference.
SEOUL, KOREA - Samsung Electronics (manufacturing) and KB Financial Group (finance) were selected as the best places to work by university students for four consecutive years. In the categories of non-manufacturing and start-up business, Korean Air and Kakao each achieved the top spots, first in their history.
SEOUL, KOREA – As a paradigm of the transitional methods of utilizing the Internet, people have found themselves opting for convenience with e-learning rather than conventional classrooms. With the shift from bulky personal computers to the widespread use of e-devices, people can now learn anytime and anywhere.
LG Electronics (LG) today announced full year 2010 revenues of KRW 55.8 trillion (USD 48.2 billion) with net profit of KRW 1.3 trillion (USD 1.1 billion). Operating profit for full year 2010 was KRW 176.4 billion (USD 152.5 million).
MELBOURNE, AUSTRAILIA - Keeping business systems safe and protecting the data that they hold has never been more difficult to achieve, according to global analyst firm Ovum. It is a commitment that continues to be threatened by security attacks ranging from opportunistic hackers using pre-built tools through to targeted, well-resourced, state-sponsored cyber activity.
COLOGNE, GERMANY - The international creative summit meeting UBERCLOUD is being repeated in 2012 as a prominent integral part of the dmexco Conference. Under the motto “The Visible Mass Of Digital Creativity” the official partner, ADC New York, is adding plenty of creative input directly to the dmexco programme.
SEOUL, KOREA — Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., the world leader in advanced memory technology, today announced that it is now mass producing Ultra High Speed–1 (UHS-1) interface microSD cards that support the highest performance levels required on advanced LTE (Long Term Evolution) smartphones and tablets.
MUNICH, GERMANY - The Swiss mobile network provider Swisscom is counting on highly secure NFC-enabled SIM cards from Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) to allow its customers to make payments with "Tapit". Tapit is the digital wallet for smartphones in Switzerland.
SEOUL, KOREA - Hyundai Heavy Industries won an order of building five super containers worth US$600 million. The company announced on January 16 that it has received orders for five 14,000-TEU container carriers commissioned by Seaspan of Canada. The contract includes an option to build another five ships with identical specifications.
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