TROY — Toggled, the solid-state lighting subsidiary of Altair Engineering, said it had added more than 10 new patents and several new patent licensees in the first half of 2016.
New licensees include 3NLED Lighting USA of Atlanta, Ga., GreenTek Energy of Norcross, Ga., IRTronix of Torrance, Calif., James Industries Inc. of Las Vegas, Nev., Kobi Electric of Fort Worth, Texas, LEDi2 of Houston, Texas, LEDWholesalers.com of Hayward, Calif., and Mega Lighting of Castle Hill, Australia.
Toggled’s broad portfolio of more than 90 patents related to LED replacements for fluorescent tubes, and numerous other areas central to the continued advancement of lighting, including communication and control, offers licensees access to numerous lighting technologies.
Said Toggled senior director Dave Simon: “The intersection of lighting and the Internet of Things includes some exciting technologies and we anticipate tremendous activity in areas related to our patent portfolio.”
To learn more about Toggled’s licensing program and to become a Toggled licensee, please visit www.toggled.com/patents or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
More about Toggled parent Altair, a developer of engineering software and technology, at www.altair.com.