South Korea's public prosecutor's office has raised nine people and two companies claiming they will be selling Samsung OLED display technology (which is used on its most iconic Galaxy phones) to a company in China. Samsung 's CEO, Toptec Co Ltd, was among the three arrested people. Prosecutors say that he and eight workers have received around 12.13 million euros for Intellectual Property (IP) filters.
The alleged group formed a spirit company that received documents associated with Samsung Display panels, a Samsung subsidiary, and sold together with "3D laminate" technology for a Chinese company that is not yet have to note. According to Reuters, Toptec sells automated tools to make panels for phones and the company has rejected any crime.
Prosecutors say that he has taken Samsung six years, 38 engineers and 150 billion wins (118 million euros at the current exchange rate) to develop the Lost Intellectual Property, in which South Korea is Consider national core technology.
Samsung Display told Bloomberg in a statement that he was "shocked by the results of the investigation by prosecutors, at a time when competitors intensify their technological competition." In the meantime, the company recently offers a first look at the forthcoming OLED folding displays.
Trade secrets are sought after, as companies try to take advantage of their competitors, and more profitable are paying a million euros in bribes to access technology in months rather than investing a great deal of money . years, resources and money to access this technology. (https://elchapuzasinformatico.com)