Cypress, CA (PRWEB) May 09, 2011
Leading global LED manufacturer Seoul Semiconductor will be appearing at the LIGHTFAIR ® INTERNATIONAL trade show demonstrating its wide selection of packaged LEDs designed especially for the general illumination market. The company plans to display its latest LED product portfolio, including the industry-leading AC product, Ariche, in both common lighting applications and as stand alone demos. This unique LED lighting exhibit can be seen from May 17 to 19 at the Philadelphia Convention Center in booth number 2734.
On the tradeshow floor, Seoul Semiconductor sales, marketing and production personnel will be demonstrating new LED products and showing examples of common applications. The experience will be enhanced with live demonstrations of the company’s LEDs in products currently being taken to market by Seoul Semiconductor customers. Visitors will get a chance to see the value of Seoul Semiconductor LED products and how they help customers reach new markets.
“The LIGHTFAIR tradeshow is the most important industry event our company will participate in this year. We are investing heavily in North America as a major point of influence for lighting design and innovation around the world, said Theron Makley, Director of Marketing for North America. As LEDs continue to gain favor in the general illumination market, Seoul Semiconductor products will continue to influence the direction of innovation and help our customers carve out new application spaces.”
About Seoul Semiconductor
According to the 2011 LED market reports issued by IMS Research in the U.K. and Strategies Unlimited in the U.S., SEOUL SEMICONDUCTOR is the world’s fourth largest LED supplier, holding more than 6,000 patents. In particular, it owns a wide range of LED technology and production capacity in areas such as deep UV LEDs and non-polar LEDs, as well as Acriche, the worlds first commercially-produced AC LED. Based in Seoul, South Korea but with a large global presence, the manufacturer builds high-quality LED products and sells them through 40 overseas branches (including three local corporations) and 150 domestic agencies and distributors.