Samsung to Collaborate with Tech Startups Working on Government’s Digital India Stack

Consumer electronics maker Samsung on Thursday said it will partner with startups working on technologies around the government’s digital India Stack, to accelerate your digital journey in the country.

A statement issued by Samsung said that the company is inviting startups to collaborate on technologies, including UPI, DigiLocker, Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC), Open Credit Enablement Network (OCEN) and Unified Health. Interface (UHI).

As part of this, the startups will partner with Samsung’s R&D centers and business units in India on domains such as wallet, health and fitness, where the products and services will be integrated with the company’s ecosystem.

It will also provide funding support to some of these startups, helping them scale up with their solutions.

The South Korean head held a Startup Collab event in Bengaluru earlier this week, where around 25 startups from across India interacted with his leadership.

“Samsung’s R&D centers and business units in India will work closely with startups to co-create solutions for a specific product or service that have the potential to be integrated with Samsung’s product ecosystem,” it said.

The company’s engineers, who work on domains such as Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning, Internet of Things (IoT), Big Data, Metaverse, will provide these startups with technical advice as well as guidance to protect their intellectual property, wherever relevant. Added.

Dipesh Shah, Managing Director, Samsung R&D Institute Bengaluru, said: “The government’s Digital India stack is revolutionary, and has the potential to change the way many sectors operate. We want to collaborate with startups that have cutting edge technologies in this space that when integrated with the Samsung ecosystem can change the lives of people, our consumers.”

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