Stamford, Connecticut – February 1, 2011 – Solais Lighting, Inc., manufacturer of actively cooled, specification-grade LED lamps, has completed its first phase of market introduction and is now positioned for significant growth. According to James Leahy, president of Solais, “We have put together an impressive, experienced team of lighting professionals. They have created a top-performing LED lamp, developed impressive marketing support and crafted a strong sales team consisting of independent sales agents throughout the United States and Canada.”
The Solais product offering, consisting of LED lamps sized and shaped to replace PAR30 and PAR38 lamps, features its exclusive Luxiance® technology. Steve Johnson, Solais chief technology officer and former Lighting Program director at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California, describes the Luxiance technology as “the combination of active cooling and advanced power supply design that permits Solais to offer LED lamps of up to 1200 lumens, with full dimming capability, and a light weight due to no heat sinks, for use in track and recessed applications.”
“Reaction to our products has been enthusiastic wherever they are shown,” states Glenn Bordfeld, vice president of Sales. “The feedback from Rich Stam, national director of Sales, and his agent sales team indicates strong growth now and in the foreseeable future as a large number of end users are currently installing or testing the new Solais technology in their locations.”
The Solais Marketing Team, headed by George Stroumboulis, has prepared informative brochures, product sheets and an interactive website that features a calculator for energy savings. The company has prepared two white papers with contributions from industry experts. “LED Lighting – Separating Fact From Fiction” and “LED Active Cooling – The Need for Advanced Thermal Management” can be downloaded from the company’s website, www.solais.com.
“We believe that Solais is solidly positioned to capture a significant share of the growing LED replacement lamp market,” says Leahy. “We appreciate and look forward to the opportunities our customers have shared with us.”
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