InfoSpi, Inc. (OTCQB: ISPI) through NexPhase Lighting, Inc. has the patented technology necessary to compete in the high quality LED (light-emitting diode) lighting fixtures and control systems for commercial applications. LED lighting for retail and office and professional and institutional buildings is anticipated to be the next big growth area.
Patented technology which delivers more competitive technology has immense intrinsic value for a Company. This technology, proprietary to ISPI means that ISPI’s products are anticipated to deliver the lowest cost, highest efficacy fixtures available in the LED Lighting Industry.
This gives ISPI a huge competitive advantage in a market that is only NOW beginning its growth phase. LED lighting is anticipated to reach an inflection point in the next five year as solid state lighting costs come down and performance increases, LEDs will become a practical option for an increasing number of commercial applications.
NexPhase Intellectual Property
The preliminary information on an independent appraisal report that ISPI commissioned prior to its acquisition of NexPhase Lighting, Inc., on the value of the new, patent pending NexPhase intellectual property has been obtained.
In total, the report estimates that the value of the initial patent filed by NexPhase at $17.2 million. It has been noted that this value applies to only a few key market applications of the NexPhase patent, leaving aside other market applications to pursue.
Pellegrino and Associates is a world-class firm that specializes in early stage, intellectual property, as well as software valuations for clients large and small around the world.
NexPhase also has a patent pending “NexSense” technology that provides customers with an additional edge in lighting management and a return on investment.
Dror Svorai – President
Phone (305) 932-9795
NexPhase Lighting, Inc.
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