As computers have become more sophisticated over the years, we have passed through several ‘eras’ of computing. From the ‘personal computing era’, in which we kept customized sets of apps and data locally on our devices, to that of ‘cloud computing’, which is typified by people making use of centralized online services hosted on ‘the cloud’.
Samsung Cambridge Solutions Centre (SCSC) was formed in 2012 with the carve-out of the connectivity team from CSR. Samsung Cambridge focuses on leading edge chip level connectivity technology for integration into a variety of products across Samsung’s product range. Samsung Cambridge is part of the System LSI division within the Samsung Semiconductor group.
The Samsung Cambridge team is dedicated to wirelessly connect all people and all things.
The team of hardware and software engineers work at the forefront of Moore’s law to add Bluetooth and Wi-Fi IP to advanced SoC chips.
The team solves the tough engineering challenges of increasing data rates to the gigabit range whilst keeping power consumption levels low to maximise battery life.
So whether it is a smartphone in your pocket, or a smart appliance in your home, you’ll see an increasing number of devices connected by Samsung Cambridge IP.
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