Luminus Establishes Big Chip Solutions Partner Network
Luminus Devices, Inc. introduced its Certified Solutions Partner Program, which assists customers in integrating Luminus LEDs into product designs. The network of independent partners provides expertise in optical, electrical, thermal, light engine development, and production; thereby reducing product development cycle time and expense while accelerating speed to market. Companies around the world are now certified by Luminus as having the technical capability and experience to deliver quality solutions to its customers.
“We are very pleased to be aligned with so many global partners with deep experience in developing components and system-level solutions using Luminus LEDs,” said Chuck DeMilo, global director of product marketing at Luminus Devices. “Luminus Big Chip LEDs are enabling the transition from traditional high-power, high-brightness lamp sources such as metal halide and xenon to solid-state illumination. Big Chip LEDs are unique optically, electrically, and thermally when compared against 1-mm2 LEDs. Luminus certified partners are experts in designing with Luminus LEDs and can quickly deliver optimized solutions to our customers. Big Chip LEDs are the light source of choice for many new applications, and customers now have new reliable resources that will save time and money in the design and integration process.”
For more information on the new Certified Solutions Partner program, visit www.luminus.com/resource/certified.html.
Luminus Devices is a leading developer and manufacturer of LED technologies and solutions for the multi-billion dollar global illumination market. Luminus’ high-efficacy and high-brightness LEDs are used by many of the world’s biggest companies for general lighting, projection display, entertainment, ultraviolet curing, medical, portable, transportation, and digital signage lighting applications. Luminus has more than 144 patents/patents pending worldwide, and its Big Chip LED technology enables new markets for solid state lighting. Headquarters and wafer fab manufacturing facilities are located near Boston, Massachusetts, US.