Plessey LEDs To Power 8point3's Linear Lighting
Plessey has entered a long-term commercial agreement with 8point3 Ltd., a UK-based LED luminaire manufacturing company. Plessey will be supplying its GaN-on-Silicon MaGIC LEDs, made at its semiconductor manufacturing facility in Plymouth, UK, for use in 8point3's new Sabre Architectural range of LED linear lighting products.
Award-winning 8point3 is a provider of LED solutions to a wide range of customers across the private and public sector. Following this commercial agreement with Plessey, 8point3's Sabre Architectural lighting products will be able to claim that they are fully made in Britain and will be branded with the official 'Made in Britain' marque.
"Plessey are also pleased to confirm that a technology agreement has also been reached, whereby Plessey will design bespoke LED solutions in the UK to complement 8point3's ongoing lighting project," said Mark Pinnock, Plessey's regional sales manager for Northern Europe and account manager for 8point3.
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