Samsung Electro-Mechanics, a subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. with headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, and an additional office located in Berkeley Heights, NJ, USA, is one of the world’s leading manufacturers for semiconductor components.

It manufactures semiconductors for electronic building blocks to produce advanced electronic products such as smartphones, digital televisions (TVs); computer monitors; computers, tablets, and other devices with touchscreens or screens. 

Their Semiconductors Division produces integrated circuits primarily used for mobile computing applications, including PC chipsets that power laptops and provide raw materials necessary to manufacture memory modules on demand. Samsung Electro-Mechanics maintain high-quality standards according to each customer’s needs and specifications.

This is one of the leading producers of major electronic components in Korea and other countries. Since its inception in 1973, Samsung Electro-mechanics has produced several computer parts, including chips, mobile communication, and optical parts. Today, the company has progressed to manufacture specialized materials, multi-layer film mold, and high-frequency circuit design. In 2020, the award-winning company developed the world’s smallest power inductor.