Corning and Daylight Sign Licensing Agreement

SAN DIEGO /BUSINESS WIRE/ -- Daylight Solutions Inc. announced that it has entered into a license agreement with industry leader Corning Inc. for access to Daylight's patented mid-infrared technology. As the world leader in quantum cascade laser (QCL) –based sources and systems, Daylight Solutions holds 19 fundamental patents, with an additional 27 patents pending.

"The licensing of our technology by Corning illustrates the significance of Daylight's patent and IP position in the mid-infrared solution space," says Daylight President and COO, Paul Larson. "We've managed more than $85 million to develop technology and deliver system-level solutions to our customers. The advancement and protection of our IP position remains a critical strategy for the company."

Daylight Solutions indicated that the company is currently in discussion with several other industry leaders over the licensing of its mid-infrared technology.

About Daylight Solutions
Daylight Solutions Inc. develops molecular detection and imaging systems for a variety of markets, including defense, scientific research, medical diagnostics, and industrial applications. Since 2005, the company has been the world leader in transitioning QCL-based mid-infrared technology into system-level solutions for its customers. In addition to its custom development services, the company also offers integrated sensor products and a line of broadly tunable and fixed wavelength lasers.

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