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Luminus Licenses PhlatLight to Epistar

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BILLERICA, Mass., Aug. 30. 2010 — High performance solid-state light sources manufacturer Luminus Devices Inc. announced recently a licensing agreement with Epistar Corp. that enables the company to manufacture LEDs on its PhlatLight platform.

Designed to provide an ultra-bright, reliable light source, PhlatLight big-chip LEDs are used in display applications by companies, including Acer, Guth, LG, Philips Lighting and Samsung. In addition, the LEDs enable general illumination applications in lighting markets such as architectural, entertainment, retail, residential, roadways, industrial high-bay lighting, digital displays and signage, and UV for industrial processing.

The licensing agreement is expected to further strengthen the existing partnership between the two companies, while enabling Epistar to commercialize LEDs based on Luminus’ technology platform.

Epistar of Hsin-chu, Taiwan manufactures and markets high brightness LED products.

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Aug 2010
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