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National Museum, located in South Korea, installed interior lightings fixtures with Acriche in the cultural center

Seoul Semiconductor Press Release

FlashlightNews.org - 1/28/2009
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Acriche™ LED Module

Acriche™ LED Module from Seoul Semiconductor

SEOUL, South Korea - The global leading LED manufacturer, Seoul Semiconductor (CEO Chung Hoon Lee, acriche.com), announced lighting fixtures with Acriche, AC-driven solid state light, was installed in a bookstore inside of the cultural center and a souvenir in National Museum located in Seoul, South Korea. DELICIA, a brand of First System Korea Networks("F/S Korea Networks") as a supplier of LED lighting fixtures with Acirche, said this release was completed on 23rd December, 2008.

According to F/S Korea Networks, as a starting point from National Museum of South Korea, replacement projects with Acriche lighting fixtures in other 12 museums are planned. Also, F/S Korea Networks gained the priority to install Acriche lighting fixtures in the facility of the Ministry of Cultures, Sports, and Tourisms of South Korea.

Acriche, adopted into the lighting of this national museum of South Korea, is a AC-driven solid state light different from general DC-driven LED requiring AC/DC converters when operated. The strong points of AC-driven Acriche are not only to make itself to be installed easily without converters , but also to solve problems regarding to life span shortened by converters with 10k~20k hrs and such as maximizing its life span, 30k ~ 40k hrs.

Acriche demonstrated its innovative technology inside and outside of Korea. Acriche has been awarded in 'Newtech Korea 2008' and nominated 'Korea's Ten Best New Technologies of 2008' in December 2008. Acriche was also named as "Product of the Year" by Elektronik in 2006, one of the most prestigious electronics publications in Europe.

In addition to cost savings another key benefit of an LED fixture do not generate ultraviolet and infrared rays, detected in conventional and halogen lamps and harmful. These rays can be not only to human body but also to objects exhibited. This feature is expected to warrant the continued success of Acriche.

About Seoul Semiconductor

Seoul Semiconductor, a world leading LED manufacturer, was ranked 6th in the world in the global high-brightness LED market based on sales volume in 2007. Seoul has been named in Forbes and Business Week's lists as one of the most promising Asian companies. Its main offering, the Acriche™ LED, was also named "Product of the Year" by Elektronik in 2006, one of the most prestigious electronics publications in Europe. In 2008, this award was given again to Seoul Semiconductor's Flash LED product. Acriche,developed in 2006, is operated directly through AC current without any converters needed for DC LED operation, extending the LED's life span and making installation costs easier and less expensive. With these important benefits, Acriche LED technology is expected to pioneer the future of the lighting industry.

Seoul Semiconductor's primary business areas are LED packaging and custom module manufacturing. It provides a full range of LED products including AC-driven semiconductor light sources, Acriche brand products, High-Brightness-Power products, Side-View LEDs, Top LEDs, Chip LEDs, Lamp products, High-Flux LEDs, and custom-type modules. Applications for the company's LED products include general lighting, signage, backlighting for mobile phones, TVs, notebook computers, automotive lighting, home appliances, signals, etc. Seoul Semiconductor reported KRW 250.2b in sales in 2007. It has 1,720 patents and 380 licenses as of September 2008.Seoul Semiconductor has 25 branches including 3 overseas corporate offices. Its products are also represented by more than 108 worldwide distributors.

For more information, visit the company's website at: acriche.co.kr.

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