Relume Technologies, the Oxford manufacturer of light-emitting diode products and smart grid control systems for outdoor lighting, said it had been chosen by the city of Redlands, Calif., to retrofit its existing street lighting to Relume’s patented LED lights.
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TOGGLED, the solid state lighting subsidiary of Altair Engineering Inc., reported Tuesday it has received 12 new LED lighting patents issued by the United States Patent and Trademark Office in 2012.
Altair Tuesday formally announced the rebranding of its LED lighting subsidiary, ilumisys, to TOGGLED.
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Ilumisys Inc., developer and producer of next-generation solid-state lighting technology, announced that it has granted a license for light-emitting diode fluorescent tube replacements to LED Global Supply, a global distributor of LED lighting based in Westlake Village, Calif.
Relume Technologies, a manufacturer of light-emitting diode products and smart grid control systems for outdoor lighting, is moving to a larger headquartesr that will allow more space for both manufacturing and customer service. The move will keep the company in Oxford.