Founded in 2013, Samsung NEXT Ventures is a venture capital firm headquartered in Silicon Valley, California with additional offices in San Francisco, New York, Berlin, Tel Aviv, and Korea. The firm seeks to invest in artificial intelligence, augmented reality and virtual reality, blockchain, digital health, edge computing, internet of things, and mobility sectors.
Samsung NEXT Ventures is the investment arm of Samsung NEXT, a multifaceted innovation group within Samsung Electronics dedicated to identifying new growth opportunities.
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Intezer's Genetic Malware Analysis technology enables security teams to automate memory and file analysis
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Vice President, Head of NEXT Ventures and NEXT Offices
President; Chief Innovation Officer
Senior Vice President, Global
Senior Vice President, Finance and Corporate Development
Senior Vice President, Head of Product