Samsung’s former chief technology officer (CTO) Injong Rhee is joining Google, according to a new report from ZDNet.
Rhee joined the Korean giant back in 2011, and has worked on a series of important projects such as Samsung Knox, the company’s enterprise security platform; Samsung Pay, its mobile payment system, and Bixby, the firm’s digital assistant.
ZDNet reports that Rhee was also instrumental in Samsung’s acquisition of Joyent, a US-based cloud-focused firm that would help in the development of software services at the company, whose “reliance and need” on the cloud was “ever-growing.”See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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