An artist’s impression of Samsung Viet Nam’s new research and development centre in Viet Nam. — Photo courtesy of Samsung Samsung Electronics Viet Nam on Monday started construction of its largest research and development (R&D) centre in Southeast Asia in the new town of Tay Ho Tay in Ha Noi. With a total investment of US$220 million, the new R&D centre will be built over 11,603sq.m of land and 79,511sq.m of floor area. The building is designed with 16 stories above ground and three below ground, and is expected to be completed in late 2022. Besides being equipped with advanced research facilities for mobile and network technology, the new centre will be set up with a creative and friendly working environment with a fitness centre, club rooms, in-house restaurant and rooftop garden. Upon operation, the number of employees of Samsung Viet Nam Mobile R&D Centre (SVMC), which is currently 2,200, will increase up to 3,000. This is the first time Samsung Electronics has built its own centre specialised to serve R&D activities overseas. It is also the largest R&D centre among FDI companies in Viet Nam. Through the construction of this centre, Samsung endeavours to help Vietnamese engineers enhance their… Read full this story
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