Gunitech Smart Bluetooth LED Bulbs Wins Over Google

A small Taiwanese technology company Gunitech’s Bluetooth lighting controlled smart LED bulbs are now being used at Google’s headquarters in California, according to a Taiwanese Sanlih E-Television report.

Gunitech shipped its first batch of smart LED bulbs to Google headquarters. The smart LED bulbs can change into a multitude of colors either by touch or via smartphone Apps with Bluetooth connection.

“When Google was looking for a smart home appliance, it found our (lighting) solution,” said Gunitech Senior Marketing Director Hsu Heng-ruei. “They found out about our Bluetooth with Mesh technology…and our first shipment was to Google headquarters.”

Gunitech’s smart LED bulb, Gunilamp. (Photo Courtesy of Gunitech)

According to the report, Gunitech’s smart LED bulb rivals Philips Hue in terms color tuning and functionality. At most the Gunitech’s smart bulb can change into 16.80 million colors, about the same number of tones as Philips Hue, and can inform users about incoming calls by switching to a different shade of color.

The small Taiwanese company with a staff of 25 people makes 20,000 smart LED bulbs per month, and exports to 20 countries. The company has built up its reputation in Europe and U.S. before making its way back to Taiwan.

Gunitech’s smart LED bulb, Gunilamp. (Photo Courtesy of Gunitech)

All the company’s LED bulb components from upstream to packaging are made in Taiwan. The LED bulb package and product tests are conducted by TSLC. 

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