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With the introduction of PX7522, Primarion has taken another major step forward towards increasing system-level integration,” said Mohan Mankikar, president of Micro-Tech Consultants, a research and consulting firm specializing in the power electronics market. The PX7522's higher level of flexibility, with its dual-output feature and PMBus compatibility for system communication, will enable OEMs to use this IC in a very cost-effective manner. This is precisely the type of product progression that will accelerate market adoption of digital ICs.”

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With the introduction of PX7522, Primarion has taken another major step forward towards increasing system-level integration,” said Mohan Mankikar, president of Micro-Tech Consultants, a research and consulting firm specializing in the power electronics market. The PX7522's higher level of flexibility, with its dual-output feature and PMBus compatibility for system communication, will enable OEMs to use this IC in a very cost-effective manner. This is precisely the type of product progression that will accelerate market adoption of digital ICs.”

''Parents have become more focused on enhancing children's educational experience through play,'' said Stephanie Ethier, In-Stat analyst, in a statement. ''In fact, In-Stat's latest primary research shows that 68 percent of respondents have heard of edutainment toys, while 17 percent have actually purchased an edutainment toy for a child in their life.''

Woburn, Massachusetts — Luminus Devices, Inc. has announced that it has received five new U.S. patents for its PhlatLight (Photonic Lattice Light Source) technology. The new patents add to the six patents previously granted to Luminus bringingthe company's total patents received to 11. Luminus is committed to protecting its PhlatLight technology with IP and has filed over 100 additional U.S. and international patent applications, many more ofwhich are expected to issue in the near future.

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Luminus Devices has leveraged its expertise in high-power LED technology to develop the proprietary PhlatLight product family, currently used in a variety of applications including projection TVs, LCD TVs, and other advanced high-definition displays and lightingsystems. The underlying photonic lattices used in PhlatLight technology direct the photons through the surface of the LED, emitting substantially more light and in a narrower, collimated beam that is more readily collected and delivered to its target. This, combinedwith Luminus' advanced packaging technology, enables more powerful solid-state light sources than have ever been realized to date, setting PhlatLight apart as an entirely new category for LEDs. Luminus has also developed a cost-effective method of manufacturing PhlatLight LEDs in high volume, at the company's state-of-the-art manufacturing facility.

Luminus has invested over $10 million dollars in IP development and the company's extensive portfolio now provides coverage for high-power LED chips, packaging and optical systems. While Luminus is currently manufacturing PhlatLight LEDs for large screen high-definition displays, PhlatLight technology can be applied to many other LED applications, some of which Luminus is exploring through various collaborations and licensing agreements.

There has been a rapid increase in the market's adoption of our PhlatLight technology, which is enabling new classes of advanced high-definition displays and solid state lighting,” said Alexei Erchak, co-founder and chief technology officer for Luminus Devices, Inc. We continue to improve and expand the use of PhlatLight,uncovering new opportunities where PhlatLight technology is well suited to address a specific design challenge. For example, we've found many high-brightness applications benefit greatly from replacinghundreds or even thousands of LEDs with a single PhlatLight LED.”

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Luminus has significantly ramped up shipments of PhlatLight chipsets, which are currently used in projection TVs offered by Samsung and NuVision. Luminus' latest chipset, the PhlatLight PT120, is beingmass produced for projection TVs with screen sizes as large as 61 inches, while its PT39 chipset is being used in LG Electronics’ HS101 pocket projector, the brightest LED front projector in production. The company continues to lead the industry in developing breakthrough LED light sources for advanced display and other high-brightness applications.

Luminus Devices, Inc., headquartered in Woburn, Massachusetts, develops and manufactures high performance solid state light emitting devices and systems. Its PhlatLight (Photonic Lattice) technology,developed by Luminus Devices based on research done at MIT, is the only solid state light source powerful enough to illuminate large screen projection televisions. With PhlatLight chipsets in commercial production, Luminus is leading the industry in designing this new,powerful light source for a variety of applications, including microdisplay projection TVs and other advanced, high-definition displays. Several leading television and consumer electronics companies are currently selling TVs with PhlatLight products. For moreinformation, visit www.luminus.com.

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PARIS – Smart card provider Gemalto NV posted Thursday (May 3) revenues of €362 million ($491 million) for the first quarter of 2007, ended March 31, 2007. This compares to €406.2 million ($551 million) for the same period last year, resulting in a year-on-year decrease of 7 percent.

A comparative study per segment between the first quarter of 2006 and the first quarter of 2007 indicated that revenues of the mobile communication division decreased by 11 percent, to €194.0 million ($263 million) . Gemalto’s revenues in the secure transaction segment, however, rose by 7 percent year-on-year, to €95.6 million, ($129.9 million) while revenues of the ID & Security business decreased by 9 percent, to €47.3 million ($64.2 million) in the first quarter of 2007.

The use of Coherent's macro-channel cooling architecture in the PulseLife Horizontal Arrays eliminates the corrosion problems that have plagued other diode laser cooling approaches. Their design enables the use of plain, filtered (<100 m) industrial cooling water, without the cost and complexity of a water-conditioned control system.

PulseLife Horizontal Arrays are primarily intended for solid-state laser pumping applications. The PulseLife's compact size facilitates placement around the laser crystal within the resonator. Integration is further simplified because the laser bar heat sink is electrically isolated.

PulseLife Horizontal Arrays also feature superior lifetime characteristics, with a mean time to failure (MTTF) of over 20,000 hours, further lowering their total cost of ownership.

Datasheet: click here.

Coherent Inc., 1-408-764-4000, www.coherent.com

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