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Dec 15th, 2011
 
From Sapphire wafers to Luminaires: is the overall LED value chain ready for Lighting?
 
LED Market Briefing at ForumLED Europe 2011 - Organized by Yole Développement
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Yole Développement organized this year again its LED Market Briefing at ForumLED Europe 2011.

The French consulting company invited Bridgelux to present its expertise and vision of the LED industry.

Feel free to download below both presentations:

LED cost & technology trends: How to enable massive adoption in general lighting
Pars Mukish, Market & Technology Analyst, LED &Compound Semiconductors, Yole Développement

LED lighting, the road ahead: beyond efficacy enhancements, GaN on Silicon will drive LED costs to enable LED adoption in general lighting
Daniel Cazuc, Southern Europe Sales Director, Bridgelux

General lighting application will be the next and largest market ever for LED light sources. However, for most applications, LEDs are still too expensive. The industry consensus points toward the need for an additional 8x to 10x reduction in packaged LED cost of ownership expressed in $/lumen within the next 4-5 years in order to compete broadly with incumbent technologies and enable massive adoption in most lighting application segments. At the luminaire level, the packaged LED still represents a large fraction of the total cost and is critical to performance and reliability. At the LED device level, the packaging currently represents 25-55% of the total cost depending on the design and the various IP licensing agreements.
The LED Market Briefing will highlight how LED industry is ready to address these challenges all over the value-chain …

For more information about this event, please contact S. Leroy

 
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