lunes, febrero 6, 2023

G.E. lighting unit gains access to L.E.D. technology

Both companies aim to apply the technology to new L.E.D.-based illumination products.

“Working together, we will create a new generation of advanced L.E.D.-based lighting products with unique forms that are cost effective and energy efficient,” said Jeff Parker, senior vice president and president of lighting and display technology at Rambus.

L.E.D. lighting, also known as solid-state lighting, is a semiconductor-based light source that has longer life and higher energy efficiency compared with traditional light sources.

The partnership aims to take advantage of the growing L.E.D. market resulting from the increasing interest and demand for more energy-efficient lighting and stricter energy standards devised by governments worldwide.

The International Energy Agency said lighting accounts for 19 percent of the world’s total electricity consumption.

The partnership’s first agenda is to create a flat-panel L.E.D. lighting system designed for architectural and commercial lighting.
Rambus (Nasdaq:
) launched its lighting and display technology business in 2009 after over 20 years of developing its technology-licensing platform. The company’s lighting technologies reportedly use fewer and cheaper L.E.D.’s.

GE Lighting (NYSE:
), part of G.E.’s GE Appliances & Lighting business, focuses on high-performance L.E.D. products for architectural, retail display, signage, outdoor, roadway and transportation use.





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