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Cree strives to maintain market dominance with aggressive legal actions

Cree’s act of filing lawsuits against Feit Electric and Unity Opto recently shows the firm’s struggle to maintain dominance in U.S. LED lighting market amid growing popularity of LED lighting products, according to a Bloomberg report.


Tridonic unveils decentralised light management 2.0

Tridonic unveils connecDIM, an easy-to-integrate light management system solution for industry and commerce. The system, comprising connecDIM Gateway and connecDIM Cloud, combines cost efficiency and user-friendly design with decentralised light monitoring and control options from anywhere in the world. Small applications with only a few DALI devices can benefit just as much as complex lighting systems in large properties.


Everlight joins US $1 B revenue club

Everlight has breached the high revenue barrier to become a new official member of the “US $1 billion club” as the company’s consolidated annual revenue for 2014 soared up 23.99% to NT $30.61 billion, according to a news report from China Times.


Cree launches low-priced industry compatible smart bulb

Cree introduces the Connected Cree® LED Bulb, the first smart LED bulb to deliver the combination of the lighting experience customers expect from Cree with industry-leading simplicity, multi-platform compatibility and affordability. The new 60-watt replacement Connected Cree LED Bulb is compatible with Wink and ZigBee® certified hubs and is available at The Home Depot® for just US $14.97, a price poised to drive adoption.


Kateeva joins forces with japanese materials leader Sumitomo Chemical

Kateeva announced a key partnership with Sumitomo Chemical Company, Ltd. (Sumitomo). Sumitomo is a global solution OLED materials leader. Kateeva is a leading provider of novel inkjet printing equipment for OLED mass production. The non-exclusive agreement calls for Sumitomo to pair its world-class inks with Kateeva's world-class YIELDjet™ platform to help speed affordable OLED TVs to market.


Shuji Nakamura projects laser diodes to replace LEDs in the near future

Nobel laureate Shuji Nakamura, who was awarded the prestigious science award last year for his blue LED invention, believes laser diodes will eventually become the next mainstream light source, according to a CIO.com report.



LpS (LED professional Symposium)
( September 30 - October 2, Bregenz, Austria )
15th International Conference Intelligent Automotive Lighting
( January 27 - January 29, Germany )