Glo plans to introduce nanowire LED, but after a decade of development clients should remain cautious

Nanowire light-emitting diode (LED) developer Glo (see the July 27, 2012 LREEJ) recently announced its plans to introduce commercial products into the market in early 2014. Glo uses gallium nitride (GaN) nanowires on sapphire substrates, and its monolithic red-green-blue (RGB) technology circumve...

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