Cree Updates on Financial Results for 2Q of Fiscal Year 2015
January 26, 2015
Cree, Inc. reported revenue of $413.2 million for its second quarter of fiscal 2015, ended December 28, 2014, which is similar to revenue of $415.1 million reported for the second quarter of fiscal 2014. According to a release on January 20, the Company noted that GAAP net income for the second quarter was $12.2 million, or $0.10 per diluted share, a decrease of 66 percent year-over-year compared to GAAP net income of $35.7 million, or $0.29 per diluted share, for the second quarter of fiscal 2014. On a non-GAAP basis, net income for the second quarter of fiscal 2015 was $37.9 million, or $0.33 per diluted share, a decrease of 33 percent year-over-year compared to non-GAAP net income for the second quarter of fiscal 2014 of $56.8 million, or $0.46 per diluted share.

GE Introduces Lumination LED Track Lights and Recessed Multiples
January 26, 2015
GE has introduced its Lumination TS Series LED Accent Lights. GE said that LED track lights make it easy to achieve specification-grade accent lighting in any sales environment. With flood and spot versions, multiple beam options and three choices of color temperature, creating bright, more energized stores for customers is a cinch.

Illumiseen Announces One Year Better Than Money Back Guarantee On Their LED Reflective Belt
January 23, 2015
A sure sign of a good product experts agree is a company that is willing to generously stand behind it. nbsp;Illumiseen creators of apremium quality LED Reflective Beltnbsp;for Runners Joggers and Bikers certainly falls into this category with their recent announcement that they will be offering a one year quot;better than money backquot; guarantee with each belt sold on Amazon.com.

Induction Lighting Proves it has its Place In the Energy Efficiency Market
January 23, 2015
Summit NJ (prbuzz) January 23 2015 - Tera Induction Lighting is a provider of energy-efficient induction lighting in the USA and abroad. The Tera team has been in the forefront of the induction lighting technology which has evolved globally over the last few years offering induction lighting for shoebox lights parking lots parking garage wallpacks sports facilities retro fits high bay lights flood lights canopy lights and gas station lights. With a historical failure rate of a meager 2% induction lighting has been recognized to be reliable for energy savings than other lights.

Predicting the Trends in Lighting and LEDs Restructuring of Global Lighting Companies to Affect Availability of Lighting Fixtures in the World Market
January 23, 2015
Major restructuring that will allow raise on capital for investment in 2015 will be expected on global lighting companies since the last yearrsquo;s restructuring has the potential to improve margins for LED companies and will lead to a more affordable product prices for consumers. As the new white paper issued by IHS reveals the fate of lighting and LED for 2015 experts canrsquo;t help but think what lies ahead for big three lighting suppliers who had a rough road in the first three quarters of 2014. Now that another year has started industry watchers are more eager to observe what will happen to the three key players in lighting and LED. With the huge shift happening from the past few years where the authorities highly encourage people to switch from conventional lighting to LED and the massive production of this big three companies to supply the need LED lighting on various establishments itrsquo;s not surprising that people will expect forpreciosbombilla LEDchanges this year. It was noted that switching toLEDcould be costly yet in the long run would help consumers save more since it does not consume too much energy and does not need to be replaced regularly unlike other conventional lighting.

Casio Slim XJ-A242
January 22, 2015
The Casio Slim XJ-A242 ($1,049.99) is one of the latest projectors to feature the company's hybrid LED/laser light engine. One advantage of this technology is that the light source should last the lifetime of the device, while most projectors have bulbs that need replacement every few years.The XJ-A242 brings solid image quality for data presentations, whether in a classroom or boardroom. Design The XJ-A242 is a lightweight WXGA (1,280-by-800) DLP projector, rated at 2,500 lumens. Instead of producing red, green, and blue using a standard lamp and a color wheel, the hybrid light source produces the color red with LEDs, blue with lasers, and green by shining the blue laser light on a phosphor. Various optics direct the red, green, and blue lights to the DLP chip, and out the front lens. The LED lamp is designed to last up to 20,000 hours, far longer than typical projector bulbs. The projector (including the bulb) is backed by a generous 3-year warranty.

2015 Ford Mustang priced from £28,995
January 20, 2015
The first right-hand drive Ford Mustang will start at £28,995 and is available to order now Pricing for the new 2015 Ford Mustang has been confirmed - it will cost from £28,995.

Corning introduces new Corning Iris Glass substrate
January 19, 2015
HIGHLIGHT: Corning Incorporated, a manufacturer of glass, ceramics, and related materials, has introduced Corning Iris Glass, a substrate that can reduce the thickness of a liquid crystal display TV set.

Samsung unveils new line-up of curved monitors and SMART LED signage
January 19, 2015
HIGHLIGHT: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. has unveiled a new line-up of curved monitors and SMART LED signage.

Samsung's large format displays are next educational frontier
January 19, 2015
Information communications technologies (ICTs) are gaining a foothold in K-12 markets around the world with countries such as the UK spending more on classroom tech at one time than on books.While mobile devices have been the main driving force behind the shift to smarter and more collaborative technologies stationary solutions appear to be the next frontier.nbsp;Transitions from chalkboards and dry erase boards have already made interactive whiteboards into a US$2bn industry and Samsung anticipates that more educators and administrators will adopt LFDs in 2015 kicking out the old schoolhouse projector.The Korean company recently unveiled its ED75D and DM82D large format displays (LFDs) to bring a more reliable viewing experience easier setup and even lower cost of ownership to schools this year.High performance greater engagement projectors are a hallmark of the schoolroom. They can display pictures and even cell cultures at up to 7m in size but they can pixelate images produce muddy colour and create light distortions.LFDs produce true-to-life colour and better quality picture. The crisp clean images and the realistic colour of the Samsung ED75D and the Samsung DM82D is supported by direct LED technology or LED bulbs directly behind the screen.The ED75D and DM82D are also feature-packed to heighten student engagement.


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Entegris' VaporSorb filter line protects advanced yield production
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