Cooper Lighting and Rambus Sign License Agreement

 

Agreement covers Rambus' patented innovations for edge-lit lighting solutions

PEACHTREE CITY, Ga. and SUNNYVALE, Calif.May 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Cooper Lighting, an industry leader committed to delivering innovative products and driving transformational technology in the lighting industry, and Rambus Inc. (NASDAQ: RMBS), one of the world's premier technology licensing companies, today announced they have signed a licensing agreement for the use of Rambus' patented lighting innovations.


Cooper will focus on creating LED-based lighting fixtures for commercial, industrial and utility markets.

 

"As a leading provider of innovative, high-quality lighting fixtures and controls, one of our objectives is to quickly launch leading-edge products that help accelerate the adoption of quality LED lighting solutions around the world," said Mark Eubanks, president, Cooper Lighting. "We are committed to consistently providing superior products that extend beyond our customers' needs and this agreement with Rambus allows us to exceed their expectations."

"As one of the most innovative lighting fixture companies in the world, Cooper Lighting is an excellent partner for Rambus," said Jeff Parker, president of the Lighting and Display Technology business at Rambus. "Working together, we can create an exciting new generation of advanced LED-based lighting products with unique form factors that are cost-competitive and energy efficient."

Cooper Lighting will showcase over 100 innovative Lighting and Controls products at LIGHTFAIR INTERNATIONAL (May 9 – 11, in Las Vegas, Nev., booth #2524).

Cooper Lighting has made a significant investment in people, resources and technology to ensure the company provides first-class solutions to its customers' lighting challenges. In 2009, the company opened a world-class 60,000 square-foot LED Innovation Center to design, test and manufacture reliable LED products. The company offers a range of indoor and outdoor LED lighting products and controls, all of which are specifically designed to maximize energy and cost savings.