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Lemnis, Digital Light Partner
May 2009
LED lighting companies Lemnis Lighting Inc. of New York and San Francisco-based Digital Light LLC are partnering once again, this time to strengthen LED lighting offering for consumer and industrial users globally. The two companies initially partnered in 2005 to develop the first in a series of LED light bulbs for residential use. That initial offering, the Pharox, resulted from Lemnis Lighting’s technology and research, and Digital Lighting’s development capabilities. The first program within this new partnership will center on launching the next in a series of LED lighting options for consumer and industry users and will be called Pharox 6W.

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