120 Hancock Lane,
Westampton, New Jersey 08060
Lamina defines the state of technology in the development and manufacture of super-bright LED light engines. The Company's leading edge LED packaging technology and design, and its proprietary multi-layer ceramic on metal packaging solution provides unsurpassed thermal management and interconnectivity. Lamina's technology emerged from 12 years of research and development at the Sarnoff Corporation - the same laboratory that developed such world-changing inventions as: color television, the liquid crystal display technology that is used in cell phones, laptops and watches, and today's High Definition Television and satellite TV technology. Easton led an investment in Lamina in April 2007. Other investors in the Company include Morgenthaler Ventures, Sarnoff Corporation, RedShift Ventures, Granite Global, CID Capital, Kemet Electronics Corporation and Richard King Mellon Foundation.
Lamina Ceramics was acquired by Lighting Science Group on August 01, 2008.
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