Posts Tagged: cooledge lighting

cooledge lighting: ceo transition

I just noticed that Bill Sims is now serving as interim CEO for Cooledge Lighting, replacing former CEO Wade Sheen.  And also Phil O’Donnell joined recently as Sr. VP of Global Sales. So now two of the guys who helped

cooledge lighting: ceo transition

I just noticed that Bill Sims is now serving as interim CEO for Cooledge Lighting, replacing former CEO Wade Sheen.  And also Phil O’Donnell joined recently as Sr. VP of Global Sales. So now two of the guys who helped

cooledge lighting

I just realized I’ve never given Cooledge Lighting a dedicated post, despite covering their “stealth mode” and academic background at Rogers Research Group. Cooledge Lighting is exploring LEDs set in sheets of flexible plastic substrates.  They’re following the core tech trends of

cooledge lighting

I just realized I’ve never given Cooledge Lighting a dedicated post, despite covering their “stealth mode” and academic background at Rogers Research Group. Cooledge Lighting is exploring LEDs set in sheets of flexible plastic substrates.  They’re following the core tech trends of

cooledge lighting job posting

Another hint at what Cooledge Lighting is developing, courtesy a recent job posting from Edison Report. Of course, TIR delivered a whole lot of hype during its day but not many (if any?) Lexel units…maybe this time will be different…

cooledge lighting job posting

Another hint at what Cooledge Lighting is developing, courtesy a recent job posting from Edison Report. Of course, TIR delivered a whole lot of hype during its day but not many (if any?) Lexel units…maybe this time will be different…

lucept roundup: 5 tech-focused lighting startups

LEDs have jumped many hurdles over the past decade.  Output, quality and price have all hit the marks needed for widespread adoption.  Socket and module standards are quickly evolving.  So what’s next? The next great revolution in the LED business will

lucept roundup: 5 tech-focused lighting startups

LEDs have jumped many hurdles over the past decade.  Output, quality and price have all hit the marks needed for widespread adoption.  Socket and module standards are quickly evolving.  So what’s next? The next great revolution in the LED business will