: Wäre gerne dabei bei allen Werten die Du aussuchst
bloß die Kohle macht nicht immer mit, bin in ca. 30 Werten investiert,davon in einigen von Dir,auf Deine Threads bin ich erst vor ca 2 Monaten zuffällig gestoßen. Finde Deine Beiträge sehr gut,Du hast auch einen "Geldriecher"wie kein anderer Mensch. Weiter so ,dann können alle hier im Thread profitieren.
Ja, ich denke da gehts was. Das US-Militär hat einen richtig fetten Haushalt und braucht nicht auf jeden Dollar zu schauen. Hier könnten Nachfolgeaufträge kommen. Das Orderbuch ist heftigst nach unten abgesichert. Ich denke, der Ausbruch kommt heute. Das Volumen ist auch da. Gute Wahl!
Cyberlux Corporation Completes First Hybrid Lighting Technology Prototype Demonstration Company Demonstrates Exclusive Hybrid Organic/Inorganic Lighting Technology and Achieves ?Proof of Principle? Milestone RESEARCH TRIANGLE, N.C. (May 23, 2007) - Cyberlux Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: CYBL), a developer and manufacturer of solid-state lighting solutions, announced today that the Company has produced the first prototype of its Hybrid Lighting Technology (HTL) and demonstrated the initial capabilities in a laboratory environment. The prototype lighting device combined the Scattered Photon ExtractionTM (SPE) technology acquired from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute with the hybrid organic / inorganic white and multi-color lighting technology acquired from the University of California-Santa Barbara to achieve the Company?s ?Proof of Principle? milestone. This one-of-a-kind lighting technology is exclusively licensed and proprietarily owned by Cyberlux Corporation. The prototype lighting device was constructed from an SPE-optimized reflective fixture encapsulating a 465nm solid-state photon pump emitter that excited the downconversion lens to produce visible light in a range of color temperatures. The HTL lighting device was tested with two downconversion lens types, including a luminescent polymer lens and two hybrid inorganic/organic lenses for performance comparison and prototype optimization purposes. As the HTL technology progresses through the next series of commercialization milestones, the Company will publish results that are anticipated to exceed existing lighting fixture efficiencies. Cyberlux will commercialize the resulting proprietary lighting technology as ?Hybrid White Light? (HWL) and ?Hybrid Multi-color Light? (HML). ?Achieving the Proof of Principle milestone for the HTL technology is an important step in our commercialization plans. These early results are ahead of schedule and are quite exciting for the Cyberlux team,? said Mark D. Schmidt, president and chief operating officer of Cyberlux. ?Our objective is to commercialize this innovative, proprietary lighting technology through both an OEM licensing model and in the production of our own unique products, where low cost, energy efficient lighting solutions will address global energy conservation needs," concluded Schmidt. In November 2006, Cyberlux acquired the worldwide exclusive rights to the pending patents for the Scattered Photon ExtractionTM technology and methods developed at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. The SPE technology enables light-emitting sources to operate at a higher luminous efficacy where traditional phosphor or downconversion materials such as luminescence polymers and/or organic films as defined by University of California - Santa Barbara patent 5,966,393 are placed at locations remote from the photon-emitting solid-state inorganic light source. In January 2007, the Company acquired the worldwide exclusive rights to patent 5,966,393 ?Hybrid Light-Emitting Sources for Efficient and Cost Effective White Lighting and for Full-Color Applications? from the University of California - Santa Barbara. The technology patent defines the method and practice for creating a white or multi-colored lighting source by combining the photoluminescence of polymers and/or organic films with photon emissions from a solid-state inorganic light source. The principle inventors include Nobel Laureate Dr. Alan Heeger and Dr. Steven DenBaars, Professor of Materials and Co-Director of the Solid-State Lighting Center at the University of California-Santa Barbara, who will advise the Company on the hybrid organic/inorganic lighting technology commercialization. About Cyberlux Corporation Cyberlux Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: CYBL) has created breakthrough LED lighting technology that provides the most energy efficient and cost effective lighting solutions available today for consumer, commercial and military uses. The Aeon products bring the newly developed, virtually heatless light into the home for use in closets, cabinet interiors and under cabinet lighting for kitchen counters. The Military and Homeland Security products deliver unique, covert, and advanced visible lighting capability for threat detection, force and asset protection. Cyberlux uses solid-state semiconductors, trademarked as its diodal tm lighting elements, which consume 75% less energy than incandescent lighting elements and perform for over 20 years in contrast to 750 hours for conventional bulbs. For more information, please visit