Blizzard Lighting Joins Phillips Electronics LED Program

August 4, 2011 by Mobile Beat

BLIZZARD LIGHTING JOINS PHILIPS ELECTRONICS’ LED LUMINAIRES LICENSING PROGRAM

Move will fuel exciting new product developments for Blizzard’s growing line

Waukesha, Wis. ‐ Blizzard Lighting, LLC announced today that they had entered into an agreement with Philips Electronics to license Philips’ full portfolio of patents and other intellectual property relating to LED‐based lighting, as available through Philips LED Luminaire and Retrofit Bulb licensing program.

Through the program, Blizzard will have access to dozens of Philips’ patents covering LED color changing and tunable‐white luminaires, as well as Philips‐patented technology for control and dimming of LEDs and other SSL’s (solid‐state‐luminaires).

“We are very pleased to conclude this agreement with Philips, and look forward to a long and innovative partnership with their team,” said Will Komassa, President of Blizzard Lighting. “Philips embodies innovation and without their contributions to LED lighting, many of the products we take for granted would never have come to market. Like Philips, we are committed to constant innovation, so this agreement is a great fit on many levels.”

Blizzard Lighting, LLC, headquartered in Waukesha, Wis., is a leader in LED entertainment lighting, with products like its well‐known Puck® series in use throughout the US and world.

For more information please contact:

Frank Luppino Director of Sales & Marketing Blizzard Lighting, LLC +1 414 395 8372 frank@blizzardlighting.com

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