Samsung Breaks Ground on Hanoi R&D Center

Published 3-28-2020
  • Samsung Electronics - Hanoi R&D Center
  • Samsung Electronics - Hanoi R&D Center
  • Samsung Electronics - Hanoi R&D Center

    Courtesy of Samsung Electronics.

  • Samsung Electronics - Hanoi R&D Center

    Courtesy of Samsung Electronics.

Samsung Electronics broke ground in March of 2020 on a $220 million research and development center in Hanoi, Vietnam. The 860,000-sf facility will support the creation of innovative mobile devices and applications, as well as providing laboratories for the study of artificial intelligence, big data, the internet of things, and 5G technologies. Comprising 16 stories above ground and three floors below grade, the building will include a staff gym, a rooftop garden, and a clubhouse. Completion is expected in late 2022.