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ilumisys Licenses LED Fluorescent Tube Replacements to LED Optics
Oct 2011
TROY, Mich., Oct. 20, 2011 — ilumisys Inc., a supplier of solid-state lighting technology, has granted a license for LED fluorescent tube replacements to LED Optics of Boca Raton, Fla., a manufacturer of replacement LED T8 tubes.

The contract provides for royalty payments in exchange for rights to manufacture and sell products covered by the patent portfolio of ilumisys' parent company, Altair Engineering.

"The LED marketplace is rapidly expanding, and it is becoming increasingly important that, as an industry, we work to ensure quality products are entering the marketplace," said Adam Green, founder and president of LED Optics.

He added that the partnership with ilumisys is allowing LED Optics to further expand its portfolio of LED retrofit products.

In addition to replacement LED T8 tubes, LED Optics manufactures other high-end LED bulbs used in commercial applications.

"The LED industry is growing at a rapid pace, and ilumisys is working with companies across the country to help ensure the products going into the market are credible," said Dave Simon, president of ilumisys.

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