TSMC Invests in Liquidleds Lighting, Enhances Presence in Green Industry

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co. (TSMC) recently funded LED lighting maker Liquidleds Lighting Corp. NT$26 million (US$764,700) through its venture capital fund VTFA and has acquired 11% stake in the LED provider. The investment is considered as part of its plan to develop strong presence in green technology field.

Liquidleds was co-founded in 2005 by a former iD SoftCapital Group executive. The company reportedly has introduced the first AC LED bulb in the industry. 

In LED filed, TSMC has invested in epitaxy-wafer maker BridgeLux of the U.S.

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