TROY — The Toggled LED lighting business unit of Troy-based Altair Engineering Friday announced the addition of St. Louis, Mo.-based Super Bright LEDs Inc. to its roster of LED lighting product licensees.
As a licensee, Super Bright LEDs now has access to Toggle’s portfolio of more than 60 patents, primarily related to LED replacements for fluorescent tubes, commonly referred to as TLEDs.
“We are extending our patents to licensees in the LED lighting industry to accelerate the availability of high-quality LED lighting to businesses and consumers,” said Toggled president David Simon. “The growth we have experienced in recent months helps leverage our continued research and development of advanced LED technologies.”
To learn more about Toggled’s licensing program or to become a Toggled licensee, visit www.toggled.com/patents or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Toggled LED lighting products reduce electricity costs and deliver high-quality light in office settings, industrial environments and living spaces. Leveraging the design and engineering strength of its parent company, Altair, Toggled has expanded its intellectual property portfolio to become a leading patent holder in the LED lighting industry. Toggled products are available at The Home Depot.
Toggled parent company Altair is privately held and has more than 2,500 employees, and operates more than 45 offices throughout 24 countries. Today, Altair serves more than 5,000 corporate clients across broad industry segments. To learn more, visit www.altair.com.
More about LED online retailer Super Bright LEDs at www.superbrightleds.com.