Signify Reaches 1000 Member Milestone with Its Expanding EnabLED Licensing Program

Signify announced that its EnabLED Licensing Prgram for LED luminaires and retrofit bulbs has included more than 1000 members and is providing more than 400 inventions and over 2800 granted patents for them.

Signify reported in May 2018 that it has signed 900 licensees with the program covering 2600 patents. The program has added 150 more innovations to its portfolio early in 2018 and increased the licensing members to 1000.


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The new innovations added to the program are related to filament-based LED products, warm dimming incandescent emulation, omnidirectional lighting for LED lamps, LED glare reduction, asymmetric LED light output, uniform mixing of LED colors and connected LED lighting technology.

Frank Bistervels, Head of Intellectual Property at Signify, said, “Our EnabLED licensing program allows members to speed up their product development, reduce time to market, increase sourcing flexibility and become more cost effective.”

Signify aims to extend LED technologies in human centric lighting, tunable white and connected lighting to meet the requirements of the dynamic market trend.

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