Bytelight has raised $3 million for its indoor positioning system that connects LED lights with the cameras in your mobile device.
Editor’s Pick Uncharted Play is the company behind SOCCKET, a soccer ball that generates energy as you play.
NliteN launched an Indiegogo campaign today for its cheap, 2D LED light bulb that uses 80% less energy than 60 watt incandescent lightbulbs.
It’s almost too bad that Apple has already patented its term for very high-density, high-quality screens. Because this truly has the potential to be an actual retina display.
Bridgelux, a company that produces low-cost LED light bulbs, announced today it has raised $25 million in funding from Chinese lighting company Kaistar Lighting.
Lighting Science Group and Dixon Technologies today unveiled a new energy-efficient light bulb that uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) priced for less than $15.
The cost of light bulbs that use light-emitting diodes (LED), which are much more efficient than typical incandescent light bulbs, could fall by as much as 50 percent by 2017, said Phillips Lighting chief executive Zia Eftekhar.
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When one thinks of green, the first thought that comes to mind probably is not a chilly warehouse packed sky-high with servers. Yet in the energy-efficiency world, that’s exactly what where an increasingly amount of focus is going to — data centers.
LED lighting systems installer Redwood Systems announced this morning it has raised $15 million in equity. Backers include Battery Ventures, U.S. Venture Partners and Switzerland-based Index Ventures.
Startup Green Revolution Cooling has landed the first customer for its server cooling system that reduces server temperatures by way of an oil bath. Midas Networks is the first customer to be trying the cooling system out. The reasoning behind the system is that liquid can hold and transfer more heat than air. GRC says its oil mixture can cut data center power consumption by 45 percent. The Register has a video here.
Quanlight, a San Diego, Calif. developer of high powered light-emitting diodes, has raised $3 million in a second round of funding.