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Lightwave Logic Inc

Lightwave Logic Inc (LWLG)

3.52
-0.26
(-6.88%)
At close: July 19 4:00PM
3.52
-0.011
( -0.31% )
After Hours: 4:47PM

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Key stats and details

Current Price
3.52
Bid
2.96
Ask
3.94
Volume
607,877
3.51 Day's Range 3.78
2.435 52 Week Range 8.40
Market Cap
Previous Close
3.78
Open
3.78
Last Trade
40
@
3.62
Last Trade Time
16:31:11
Financial Volume
$ 2,222,680
VWAP
3.6565
Average Volume (3m)
706,558
Shares Outstanding
120,094,245
Dividend Yield
-
PE Ratio
-20.49
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
-0.18
Revenue
41k
Net Profit
-21.04M

About Lightwave Logic Inc

Lightwave Logic Inc is a United States-based development stage company moving toward commercialization of next-generation electro-optic photonic devices made on its P2IC technology platform which uses in-house proprietary high-activity and high-stability organic polymers. Electro-optical devices con... Lightwave Logic Inc is a United States-based development stage company moving toward commercialization of next-generation electro-optic photonic devices made on its P2IC technology platform which uses in-house proprietary high-activity and high-stability organic polymers. Electro-optical devices convert data from electric signals into optical signals for multiple applications. It designs and synthesizes organic chromophores for use in its own proprietary electro-optic polymer systems and photonic device designs. Show more

Sector
Plastics Products, Nec
Industry
Plastics Products, Nec
Headquarters
Henderson, Nevada, USA
Founded
1970
Lightwave Logic Inc is listed in the Plastics Products sector of the NASDAQ with ticker LWLG. The last closing price for Lightwave Logic was $3.78. Over the last year, Lightwave Logic shares have traded in a share price range of $ 2.435 to $ 8.40.

Lightwave Logic currently has 120,094,245 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Lightwave Logic is $453.96 million. Lightwave Logic has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -20.49.

LWLG Latest News

Lightwave Logic Reaffirms Commercialization Timeline Presented at the 2024 Annual Shareholder Meeting

Lightwave Logic Reaffirms Commercialization Timeline Presented at the 2024 Annual Shareholder Meeting PR Newswire ENGLEWOOD, Colo., June 3, 2024 Management Reaffirms Commercialization Pathway...

Lightwave Logic and Advanced Micro Foundry (AMF) Partner to Accelerate Development of Silicon Photonics Modulators Using Electro-Optic Polymers

Lightwave Logic and Advanced Micro Foundry (AMF) Partner to Accelerate Development of Silicon Photonics Modulators Using Electro-Optic Polymers PR Newswire ENGLEWOOD, Colo., May 21, 2024 Standard...

Lightwave Logic Provides First Quarter 2024 Corporate Update

Lightwave Logic Provides First Quarter 2024 Corporate Update PR Newswire ENGLEWOOD, Colo., May 13, 2024 Dr. Michael Lebby to Host Corporate Update Presentation, Tour of Englewood Facility and...

Lightwave Logic Demonstrates Thought Leadership with Critical Contributions to Global Integrated Photonics Industry Roadmap

Lightwave Logic Demonstrates Thought Leadership with Critical Contributions to Global Integrated Photonics Industry Roadmap PR Newswire ENGLEWOOD, Colo., April 16, 2024 Integrated Photonics...

Lightwave Logic Secures New Patent for Diamondoid Non-linear Optical Chromophore Patent to Improves Material Robustness

Lightwave Logic Secures New Patent for Diamondoid Non-linear Optical Chromophore Patent to Improves Material Robustness PR Newswire ENGLEWOOD, Colo., April 1, 2024 Diamondoid Patent Improves...

Lightwave Logic EO Polymer Achieves World-Class Performance of 400Gbps with Plasmonic Mach Zehnder Modulator

Lightwave Logic EO Polymer Achieves World-Class Performance of 400Gbps with Plasmonic Mach Zehnder Modulator PR Newswire ENGLEWOOD, Colo., March 28, 2024 Lightwave Logic's Perkinamine™ Material...

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LWLG Discussion

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Think1st Think1st 12 minutes ago
Very funny..so funny 🤣
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Abig Abig 26 minutes ago
Red Left is right! I always say, from a fellow south paw.
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prototype_101 prototype_101 36 minutes ago
low volume high frequency manipulation again, add an end of day/week Short attack just to try to demoralize Longs into the weekend, too funny really!! wake me when 20 million Shorts cover before Lebby inks the first of many Tier 1 deals starting in 2024!! and Shorts will NEVER get a volume capitulation down here!!!!

Lebby from ASM Q&A, I will agree with you, this technology has taken some time. But then when I think back to other technologies that I worked on where there is incumbent technology, there is a laser ray in this phone called a VCSEL. I’ve worked on this in 1990/1991 with Motorola, never before face ID applications. We worked on it then, or optical interconnects for data centres or central office switches, as we called them at the time. But it took about a decade or more for that technology to take off. Now there’s a hundred billion of these lasers. If you look at OLEDs and the first OLEDs were being worked on in the early 90s. It took a long time. But it gets to a point where it just becomes ubiquitous. I’ve worked on some technologies and I’ve seen the timelines. If you’re asking the question, would I like this to go faster? Yes, I would. Are we achieving an industry average with this brand new technology to displace incumbents? I think we are. We’re not behind. As investors you may look at this and go, well, it’s taking a long time to get to revenue. But are we really behind the curve? I don’t think we are. That’s why I’m excited. I don’t feel that we’re behind. I feel we’re on a threshold of something huge!! Tier ones are looking at our technology. I can’t answer the question about their decision process because they’re big companies, but we’re engaged from the engineers all the way up to the executive office. We’re engaged at the right levels. We’re working that issue as hard as we can.


Spekkie said, When I asked whether the products were ready and if any issues were outstanding, he clearly said that everything was ready (stability, scaling etc) and the time line was fully intact and there were no changes to that. Tier 1’s are very interested and the number of them significantly increased after OFC demo’s.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174302051

Exactly!! meanwhile Longs are being throttled here, I can't post much while Shorts and FAKE Longs mudsling at me and other Longs here NONSTOP!!!

Fact is LWLG has multiple products already, they have multiple versions of it's Perk Polymer, the latest being Perk 6, now available for Licensing, in addition they have a 200Gb modulator that is now capable of being produced at several Foundries and on large 200mm Wafers including the Poling being performed at Wafer scale something Shorts said was impossible, Lebby has told investors that Customers could use these modulators in quantities of 4 per Transceiver device to produce an 800Gbs Transceiver currently, but the preference of the large Transceiver companies (Cisco etc) would be to use the single chip modulator array (4x200) which is still under construction but Lebby announced publicly at PECC that it would be ready sometime in 2024, but the individual modulators would be used in Sampling now while the single chip modulator array (4x200) would be used in mass commercialization, Lebby is still on track with his long-standing Timeline of Customer Acceptance and Ramp in 2024 (see Slide 38 from 2022 ASM) and has not backed down on his SAM/SOM guidance, Shorts are the LYING SCAMMERS period!!

https://api.mziq.com/mzfilemanager/v2/d/23d26d3e-c498-431f-ba5c-2250e5f374cb/c1234fc8-c29c-4282-dc60-1afe2a8e4a95?origin=2

Remember that it is because of the following two main reasons that Tier 1 interest has skyrocketed in recent months

1) the early 2024 "Big Milestone" achieved of success in Mass Production of LWLG modulators on Foundries large 200mm Wafers

2) the INCREDIBLE reliability/stability data collected/presented at ECOC 2023 and then even more so at OFC in March 2024

Investors have learned INCREDIBLE Developments in 2024 so far!!! here is a summary of things investors have learned form OFC in March 2024, and Lebby's LD Micro Interview in April, as well as Lebby's Belgium visit/presentations in April

1) Lebby has LWLG modulators being implemented at SEVERAL Foundries on large 200mm Wafers now beginning in early 2024!! Lebby declared it a "BIG MILESTONE"!!!
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174278606

2) Lebby has achieved Volume Scale Poling on 200mm Wafers!!! (successfully able to Pole Thousands of Devices at a time!!)

3) Lebby's LWLG team of seven completed demonstrations at OFC to over 20 potential Customers!! NDA's now estimated at 40 companies

4) the response to the OFC demos has been so overwhelming that Lebby claims the Tier 1's "being PULLED along" has become more like "being dragged along" (a good problem to have!!!)

Spekkie posted this
, Important take away we are working with multiple tier ones, tripled since a few weeks after OFC , wow we are golden

5) The Customer Funnel slide is updated and now showing greater than 20 Prospects and greater than 10 Leads, where in the ASM presentation it was only greater than 12 Prospects and 5 Leads, so about DOUBLED since the ASM!!!!

6) at OFC Google had a shout out to (LWLG) EOP on their slide for hetero integration.
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174276893

7) KCC reported "the transceiver partner is a giant company that is dedicating a lot of their own resources to LWLG’s development."
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174279401

8) Lebby also showcased that LWLG's Perk 6 is NOW ready and available for Licensing !!!

9) Lebby reported that 3rd party ETH Zurich set world record performance with LWLG Polymers running at 400Gbs per lane enabling 4 lane 1600gbs!!! This ensures LWLG ALREADY capable to meet the future Roadmap

10) The response from the Tier 1's is so overwhelming such that Lebby is 100% focused on SEVERAL Tier 1's who are battling it out for Lebby/LWLG's time and attention to bring 4x200 powered Transceivers to market ASAP!!

Folks this is a Cinderella story 40 years in the making!!!

For OVER 40 YEARS the Industry has tried UNSUCCESSFULLY!!

IBM, Intel, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, DuPont, AT&T Bell Labs, Honeywell, Motorola, GE, HP, 3M, and others in addition to numerous Universities and U.S. Government Agencies, DARPA, DOD, etc have all attempted to produce high-performance, high-stability electro-optic polymers

The Industry combined has spent literally in the Billions R&D $$ UNSUCCESSFULLY trying to do what LWLG has done!

LWLG's technology has been successfully developed in much less time than what the Industry spent, and at a cost less than 5% of what the Industry spent screwing around with unstable fragile molecules for 40 years!

RIDDLE ME THIS >> WHY WOULD THE INDUSTRY SPEND BILLIONS AND BILLIONS OF $$ ON SOMETHING THEY DIDN'T DESPERATELY WANT???????
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DanM51 DanM51 60 minutes ago
So should you have, ya angry dummy..
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prototype_101 prototype_101 1 hour ago
the Industry has TRIED and FAILED for over 40 YEARS to accomplish what LWLG has IN-HAND TODAY, and LWLG did it in less than half the time and on a teeny-tiny fraction of the investment $$ that the Industry combined has spent!!!!!!!,

For OVER 40 YEARS the Industry has tried UNSUCCESSFULLY!!

IBM, Intel, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, DuPont, AT&T Bell Labs, Honeywell, Motorola, GE, HP, 3M, and others in addition to numerous Universities and U.S. Government Agencies, DARPA, DOD, etc have all attempted to produce high-performance, high-stability electro-optic polymers

The Industry combined has spent literally in the Billions R&D $$ UNSUCCESSFULLY trying to do what LWLG has done!

LWLG's technology has been successfully developed in much less time than what the Industry spent, and at a cost less than 5% of what the Industry spent screwing around with unstable fragile molecules for 40 years!

RIDDLE ME THIS >> WHY WOULD THE INDUSTRY SPEND BILLIONS OF $$ ON SOMETHING THEY DIDN'T DESPERATELY WANT???????

Electro-Optic Polymer Production – Our Approach vs. the BLA Approach

LWLG's P2IC Platform is cheaper ($1/Gb) & better (lower power 1v) & scalable (100Gbs to 400Gbs to 800Gbs and beyond!)

Brief polymer history…

• 2010s
– Excellent progress on high speed performance (>100Gbaud)
– Resurgence?

LWLG inventor Fred Goetz took an opposite approach, he started with something inherently STABILE, a plastic, and worked to make it E/O active, the result was a 3rd generation Polymer that is LWLG

Read below to understand why LWLG has succeeded now, and YES they have succeeded, just need to be accepted and this rocket will launch !!

Paradox of Electro-Optics

Certain materials are made of robust molecules and their electrons are so strongly bound in the molecular structure that it is difficult for them to vibrate or breakaway.

Such materials may be robust but generally their electrons do not vibrate easily. By analogy, a beer-mug may be thick -walled but it would be much more difficult for our soprano to vibrate it with his or her voice.

This has been the dilemma of electro -optics. Creating a molecule in which an electron can oscillate freely back and forth when hit by light but which does not wildly vibrate the material toward its own resonant destruction.

Second-generation electro-optics are fragile like champagne flutes It was a daunting challenge. Scientists had been working on the problem since the 1960's and by the late -90's most everyone had deemed the task impossible, just as it is infeasible to merge the delicate vibration character of a champagne flute with a Hamburg beer stein.

Second-Generation

Second-generation electro-optic polymers are excellent high -
performance electron oscillators. Their long fluted shape however makes them highly unstable and unreliable.

Most scientists had been trying to make more slender and delicate "molecular flutes" that would vibrate easily, blindly hoping that they would somehow, someday figure out how to stabilize these molecular structures. This thin and delicate class of molecules has become known as second-generation electro-optic materials.

Third-Generation (LWLG)

Meanwhile, the scientists at LWLG continued quietly and
indefatigably toward the Holy Grail, the Fluted Stein. A molecule that was robust and yet which would vibrate more easily than the thinnest sliver of crystal. Once thought impossible, LWLG succeeded on their quest, producing today's third-generation of electro-optic molecules. LWLG scientists accomplished this by stabilizing the core of the molecule with interlocking atomic rings, much like crosshatches or the rungs of a ladder.

Third-generation electro-optic materials are even higher performing as electron oscillators. Their ring-locked shape gives them tremendous stability. Within these structures the electrons still vibrate easily, in fact they oscillate significantly better than within second -generation materials, yet they are incredibly robust due to their reinforced scaffold-like structure.
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WooptdooU WooptdooU 1 hour ago
Ruining a few dozen careers will not be anything to GRIFTERS. They only feel their need for greed.
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WooptdooU WooptdooU 1 hour ago
Baldheaded Grifter lebby is NOTFORLONG(s).
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WooptdooU WooptdooU 1 hour ago
Grifter lebby MISDIRECTED the market in order to gain the Un-natural uplist to nasdaq, and many (including me) were stupid enough to believe this WELFARIST.

Proving his motive to SELL free shares (very timely with expirations), and those of his IN THE POCKET bod will be considered.

Who still thinks nasdaq would have been achieved if GRIFTER lebby gave TRUE timelines?
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WooptdooU WooptdooU 1 hour ago
Grifting, corporate WELFARIST lebby TOOK millions in CASH from a non revenue company (who does thaaaat?)

This BALDHEADED GRIFTER'S family must be proud?
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Kreator Kreator 2 hours ago
You should have sold long time ago whining wimp
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prototype_101 prototype_101 2 hours ago
LWLG still below the historical VWAP valuations for 1-3 years

VWAP 1 year is currently $4.52

VWAP 3 years is currently $7.66

https://ih.advfn.com/stock-market/NASDAQ/lightwave-logic-LWLG/stock-price

If you look at the VWAPS LWLG is undervalued, and based on Developments and IP to-date TODAY the fair valuation should be $1-$2 Billion which is roughly $8 to $17 range

Lebby is still on track with his long-standing Timeline of Customer Acceptance and Ramp in 2024 (see Slide 38 from 2022 ASM) and has not backed down on his SAM/SOM guidance, Shorts are the LYING SCAMMERS period!!

https://api.mziq.com/mzfilemanager/v2/d/23d26d3e-c498-431f-ba5c-2250e5f374cb/c1234fc8-c29c-4282-dc60-1afe2a8e4a95?origin=2
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redspinelpinktopaz redspinelpinktopaz 2 hours ago
all comes from being left-handed.
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redspinelpinktopaz redspinelpinktopaz 2 hours ago
I think you're right, though, lots of creativity.
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redspinelpinktopaz redspinelpinktopaz 2 hours ago
Why is this company making me think of Randell Jarrell's most famous poem?
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Reanimator Reanimator 2 hours ago
Respectfully, red, you have not shown yourself to be much of a critical thinker.

Sorry. You seem nice though.
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redspinelpinktopaz redspinelpinktopaz 3 hours ago
You, obviously, don't think we're going to change the semiconductor industry.

I do. And "working with" is whatever-it-takes.
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WooptdooU WooptdooU 3 hours ago
Ubiquitous is a goal...so is keeping hair! eom
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XenaLives XenaLives 3 hours ago
This is what happens when Nvidia registers interest in a company, and this could be LWLG tomorrow:




USIP No. 81758H 106
1.
Names of Reporting Persons
NVIDIA Corporation
2.
Check the Appropriate Box if a Member of a Group (See Instructions)
(a) ? (b) ?
3. SEC Use Only 4.
Citizenship or Place of Organization
Delaware
Number of
Shares
Beneficially
Owned by
Each
Reporting
Person With
5.
Sole Voting Power
3,727,033
6.
Shared Voting Power
0
7.
Sole Dispositive Power
3,727,033
8.
Shared Dispositive Power
0
9.
Aggregate Amount Beneficially Owned by Each Reporting Person
3,727,033
10.
Check if the Aggregate Amount in Row (9) Excludes Certain Shares (See Instructions) ?
11.
Percent of Class Represented by Amount in Row (9)
10.0% (1)
12.
Type of Reporting Person (See Instructions)
CO

(1) This percentage is calculated based upon 37,098,653 shares of common stock, $0.0001 par value per share, of Serve Robotics Inc. (the “Issuer”) issued and outstanding as of May 31, 2024, as disclosed in the Issuer’s prospectus filed pursuant to Rule 424(b)(3) (File No. 333-280071) with the Securities and Exchange Commission on July 8, 2024.


2 Explanatory Note

On July 31, 2023, Patricia Acquisition Corp., a special purpose acquisition corporation, and Serve Acquisition Corp., a wholly-owned subsidiary of Patricia Acquisition Corp., consummated a business combination with Serve Robotics Inc. through the merger of Serve Acquisition Corp. with and into Serve Robotics Inc., with Serve Robotics Inc. surviving the merger (the “Business Combination”). Upon the closing of the Business Combination, Patricia Acquisition Corp. changed its name to Serve Robotics Inc. (the “Issuer”). Immediately following the closing of the Business Combination, NVIDIA Corporation beneficially owned 2,676,904 shares of common stock, $0.0001 par value per share (“Common Stock”), of the Issuer, which included 62,500 shares of Common Stock purchased by NVIDIA Corporation in a concurrent private placement by the Issuer. On January 2, 2024, the Issuer issued NVIDIA Corporation a convertible promissory note which was subsequently converted into 1,050,129 shares of Common Stock on April 22, 2024.


Item 1.
(a)
Name of Issuer
Serve Robotics Inc.
(b)
Address of Issuer’s Principal Executive Offices
730 Broadway, Redwood City, California 94063
Item 2. (a)
Name of Person Filing
NVIDIA Corporation
(b)
Address of Principal Business Office or, if none, Residence
2788 San Tomas Expressway, Santa Clara, California 95051
(c)
Citizenship
Delaware
(d)
Title of Class of Securities
Common Stock, $0.0001 par value per share
(e)
CUSIP Number
81758H 106
Item 3. If this statement is filed pursuant to §§240.13d-1(b) or 240.13d-2(b) or (c), check whether the person filing is a: Not applicable. Item 4. Ownership
Provide the following information regarding the aggregate number and percentage of the class of securities of the Issuer identified in Item 1.
(a)
Amount beneficially owned:
See Row 9 of cover page for the Reporting Person
(b)
Percent of class:
See Row 11 of cover page for the Reporting Person
(c) Number of shares as to which the person has: (i)
Sole power to vote or to direct the vote:
See Row 5 of cover page for the Reporting Person.

3 (ii)
Shared power to vote or to direct the vote:
See Row 6 of cover page for the Reporting Person.
(iii)
Sole power to dispose or to direct the disposition of:
See Row 7 of cover page for the Reporting Person.
(iv)
Shared power to dispose or to direct the disposition of:
See Row 8 of cover page for the Reporting Person.
Item 5. Ownership of Five Percent or Less of a Class
If this statement is being filed to report the fact that as of the date hereof the reporting person has ceased to be the beneficial owner of more than five percent of the class of securities, check the following o.
Item 6. Ownership of More than Five Percent on Behalf of Another Person Not applicable. Item 7. Identification and Classification of the Subsidiary Which Acquired the Security Being Reported on By the Parent Holding Company or Control Person Not applicable. Item 8. Identification and Classification of Members of the Group Not applicable. Item 9. Notice of Dissolution of Group Not applicable. Item 10. Certifications By signing below I certify that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, the securities referred to above were not acquired and are not held for the purpose of or with the effect of changing or influencing the control of the issuer of the securities and were not acquired and are not held in connection with or as a participant in any transaction having that purpose or effect.


4 Signature
After reasonable inquiry and to the best of my knowledge and belief, I certify that the information set forth in this statement is true, complete and correct.
Dated: July 18, 2024
NVIDIA Corporation By: /s/ Rebecca Peters
Name: Rebecca Peters
Title: Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Assistant Secretary




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Reanimator Reanimator 4 hours ago
Hiding behind ambiguous terms like "working with" is LWLG's stock in trade.

Imagine how easy it would be for Lebby to use more specific language: "At this stage, we are actively working on a prototype with a Tier 1 company" or "We are well into the reliability phase with a Tier 1 and have provided 80% of the reliability data they need."

But no. He purposely chooses to hide behind vague, meaningless language like "working with". Probably because "working with" more likely than not means "a low level engineer asked for more information about our technology, and we sent them a brochure - thus, we are 'working with' them."
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vein vein 4 hours ago
Guess I should have dumped at 4 bucks
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JLPTNG JLPTNG 4 hours ago
$LWLG Down Down she goes just like Lebbys whores liquidating newly issued shares to suckers to buy and continue with their dilution - $LWLG well oiled cash machine for insiders - as investors get screwed!!!!


3 'Ds" to Lebbys strategy

Dilution...
Dilution...
Dilution...

...and you think no debt is good for a company LOL - not for share holders - diluting the company to pay off debt is the worst for shareholders... just look at the issuances over the years...

Sale/Purchase of Stock Quarterly
5,347 - Q1 2024
4,311 - Q4 2023
1,288 - Q3 2023
9,882 - Q2 2023
5,525 - Q1 2023

I am sure lots more dilution to come - how else they will cover their HUGE cash burn - funny how some criticizes other management when their own house is in disorder - LOL

Looks like Lebby got the green light to issue more shares to liquidate via Lebby's Buddies - What a scam - $LWLG just a printing press with no value - shame.

No sales big losses zero fundamentals

All facts from the latest Q report you can find on Otcmarkets.com - I cant make this disaster up LOL

LWLG wont last - HUGE Cash Burn and no income - Just look at their LOSSES and increasing exponentially - outstanding!

2019 - Loss 6.7M
2020 - Loss 6.7M
2021 - Loss 18.6M
2022 - Loss 17.2M
2023 - Loss 21.0M
2024 Q1 - loss 5.7M almost 10% higher than 2023 avg
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LOVELWLG LOVELWLG 5 hours ago
They been WORKING WITH Tier 1s and others since Marcelli days. Until they starting signing some agreements it's just continued lip service.
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LOVELWLG LOVELWLG 5 hours ago
I guess they don't care about NDAs. 🤣🤣🤣.
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Nrdc92 Nrdc92 6 hours ago
No news because there is no news. If there was anything of worth on the horizon Lebby would manage to communicate that. It says it all that, nearly eight months after Lebby teased (appeased) shareholders with the promise of two deals, the deals have never been spoken of again.

Only two explanations are possible: outright lie (which I doubt); or premature before Lebby had all the facts. Either way, reeks of amateurism and incompetence.

Marcelli and Lebby are not qualified to be at the helm of a publicly traded company. Worse, they’re both on the BOD, effectively capable of quashing any pushback (if there is any, which I doubt with this BOD, which seems to be only interested in a paycheck).

What a crap-a-thon.

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The Great Pumpkin The Great Pumpkin 6 hours ago
Channel check. The run is most definitely over and the stock is going lower. Gotta go touch the bottom line now. More 52 week lows on deck for 2024.

https://finviz.com/quote.ashx?t=LWLG&p=d

#scam
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thehoopie thehoopie 6 hours ago
I Have to agree with you.
Wheres sre damn deals ???
https://www.sourcephotonics.com/news/source-photonics-licenses-800g-transceiver-module-designs-from-intel/
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StevenDice StevenDice 6 hours ago
tedpeele and proto will define the extremes.
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StevenDice StevenDice 6 hours ago
“. . . working with . . . “

Anyone care to define the range of what this means or could mean?
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prototype_101 prototype_101 6 hours ago
Shorts want to argue that the Foundry PDK's are NOT ready, I find it hard to believe that AMF would have actually WANTED to go public that they are producing LWLG World Class 200Gbs devices on 200MM Wafers that can produce MILLIONS of devices annually if the PDK's weren't PERFECT already, do you think there is a snowball's chance in hell that they would have wanted to do that if the PDK they were using was questionable for ongoing results, or the yields were terrible? I don't think so

All the witnesses on the ASM lab tours were reporting a "constant flow of wafers from around the world", I highly doubt if these foundries were struggling to get these PDK's successfully operational that they would be continuing to waste time with LWLG after 2-3 years now already, Foundries are in high demand for their time, and as I understand it, some of our Foundry work is being sponsored/at request of potential Customers

Dr. Michael Lebby commented: "Our newly presented results are incredibly exciting, representing not only the best commercial-grade-compatible polymer modulators to-date, but on commercial 200mm silicon wafers, with performances that fit very well for a 4-channel x 200Gbps (or 800Gbps) pluggable transceiver, as well as the next generation 4-channel x 400Gbps (or 1600Gbps) pluggable transceivers. 200G lanes with clean, open eye diagrams now represent an inflection-point to extend silicon photonics benefits by utilizing the company's polymers to enable much higher data-rate speeds at significantly lower power consumption levels. These results will position LWLG to support the burgeoning demand of generative AI as datacenters around the world begin to upgrade their hardware faster than expected to meet the demands of the future."

https://finance.yahoo.com/news/lightwave-logic-demonstrates-world-class-123100712.html

Spekkie said, When I asked whether the products were ready and if any issues were outstanding, he clearly said that everything was ready (stability, scaling etc) and the time line was fully intact and there were no changes to that. Tier 1’s are very interested and the number of them significantly increased after OFC demo’s.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174302051

Exactly!! meanwhile Longs are being throttled here, I can't post much while Shorts and FAKE Longs mudsling at me and other Longs here NONSTOP!!!

Fact is LWLG has multiple products already, they have multiple versions of it's Perk Polymer, the latest being Perk 6, now available for Licensing, in addition they have a 200Gb modulator that is now capable of being produced at several Foundries and on large 200mm Wafers including the Poling being performed at Wafer scale something Shorts said was impossible, Lebby has told investors that Customers could use these modulators in quantities of 4 per Transceiver device to produce an 800Gbs Transceiver currently, but the preference of the large Transceiver companies (Cisco etc) would be to use the single chip modulator array (4x200) which is still under construction but Lebby announced publicly at PECC that it would be ready sometime in 2024, but the individual modulators would be used in Sampling now while the single chip modulator array (4x200) would be used in mass commercialization, Lebby is still on track with his long-standing Timeline of Customer Acceptance and Ramp in 2024 (see Slide 38 from 2022 ASM) and has not backed down on his SAM/SOM guidance, Shorts are the LYING SCAMMERS period!!

https://api.mziq.com/mzfilemanager/v2/d/23d26d3e-c498-431f-ba5c-2250e5f374cb/c1234fc8-c29c-4282-dc60-1afe2a8e4a95?origin=2

Remember that it is because of the following two main reasons that Tier 1 interest has skyrocketed in recent months

1) the early 2024 "Big Milestone" achieved of success in Mass Production of LWLG modulators on Foundries large 200mm Wafers

2) the INCREDIBLE reliability/stability data collected/presented at ECOC 2023 and then even more so at OFC in March 2024

Investors have learned INCREDIBLE Developments in 2024 so far!!! here is a summary of things investors have learned form OFC in March 2024, and Lebby's LD Micro Interview in April, as well as Lebby's Belgium visit/presentations in April

1) Lebby has LWLG modulators being implemented at SEVERAL Foundries on large 200mm Wafers now beginning in early 2024!! Lebby declared it a "BIG MILESTONE"!!!
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174278606

2) Lebby has achieved Volume Scale Poling on 200mm Wafers!!! (successfully able to Pole Thousands of Devices at a time!!)

3) Lebby's LWLG team of seven completed demonstrations at OFC to over 20 potential Customers!! NDA's now estimated at 40 companies

4) the response to the OFC demos has been so overwhelming that Lebby claims the Tier 1's "being PULLED along" has become more like "being dragged along" (a good problem to have!!!)

Spekkie posted this
, Important take away we are working with multiple tier ones, tripled since a few weeks after OFC , wow we are golden

5) The Customer Funnel slide is updated and now showing greater than 20 Prospects and greater than 10 Leads, where in the ASM presentation it was only greater than 12 Prospects and 5 Leads, so about DOUBLED since the ASM!!!!

6) at OFC Google had a shout out to (LWLG) EOP on their slide for hetero integration.
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174276893

7) KCC reported "the transceiver partner is a giant company that is dedicating a lot of their own resources to LWLG’s development."
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174279401

8) Lebby also showcased that LWLG's Perk 6 is NOW ready and available for Licensing !!!

9) Lebby reported that 3rd party ETH Zurich set world record performance with LWLG Polymers running at 400Gbs per lane enabling 4 lane 1600gbs!!! This ensures LWLG ALREADY capable to meet the future Roadmap

10) The response from the Tier 1's is so overwhelming such that Lebby is 100% focused on SEVERAL Tier 1's who are battling it out for Lebby/LWLG's time and attention to bring 4x200 powered Transceivers to market ASAP!!

Folks this is a Cinderella story 40 years in the making!!!

For OVER 40 YEARS the Industry has tried UNSUCCESSFULLY!!

IBM, Intel, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, DuPont, AT&T Bell Labs, Honeywell, Motorola, GE, HP, 3M, and others in addition to numerous Universities and U.S. Government Agencies, DARPA, DOD, etc have all attempted to produce high-performance, high-stability electro-optic polymers

The Industry combined has spent literally in the Billions R&D $$ UNSUCCESSFULLY trying to do what LWLG has done!

LWLG's technology has been successfully developed in much less time than what the Industry spent, and at a cost less than 5% of what the Industry spent screwing around with unstable fragile molecules for 40 years!

RIDDLE ME THIS >> WHY WOULD THE INDUSTRY SPEND BILLIONS AND BILLIONS OF $$ ON SOMETHING THEY DIDN'T DESPERATELY WANT???????
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LOVELWLG LOVELWLG 6 hours ago
Supposedly on the brink of mass commercialization and not any news flowing. Their communication is horrible . Nothing new since the ASM. Unreal
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redspinelpinktopaz redspinelpinktopaz 7 hours ago
Eppo it is because every time he agrees to sell the company, someone else bids higher.
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redspinelpinktopaz redspinelpinktopaz 7 hours ago
Love that New Yorker cover. Could be the best one ever!
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Eppo Eppo 8 hours ago
Over the half of year 2024 and Lebby still has no 1 deal...who still believes this lyer ...what a terrible science fiction speaker he is
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forztnt2 forztnt2 8 hours ago
Heylbroeck: Fair Question, although I see the focus of Working Group #2 was CPO, and I think LWLG is more focused near term on pluggables as that is where the earliest opportunities lie. I do agree it would be good to attend network with all the other attendees, and keep tabs on forward progress on emerging CPO efforts. Also, I see that LWLG is again participating in the PECC summit this fall which is advertised on the APC website.

GLTA
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Lightning_Rod Lightning_Rod 8 hours ago
Inevitable and the truth.

L_R
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jeunke22 jeunke22 8 hours ago
Lwlg may well be the ultimate solution for which this forum was established: standardization. No need to lobby. Tier 1’s are already moving ahead with their competitive solutions. Ubiquity (by nature) is a standard.
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prototype_101 prototype_101 9 hours ago
"We’re working with the biggest transceiver companies in the world"

Keep in mind, Lebby is working on multi-year deals, with the type of Tier 1s investors know Lebby is in negotiations with, there could easily be large up-front monies, $50 million or more is realistic, don't think it's not!!

LWLG is a once in a lifetime opportunity!!

The quotes are from the LWLG executive and should be nearly exact to what was said. While the conversation was not recorded, detailed notes were taken and the messages should be very close, if not exactly what was said.

LWLG is “close on deals”. They have "calls all week discussing the deals". Just before the conversation, the executive was on a call with a "potential counterparty to a deal".

This executive acknowledged the only thing that will move the stock price at this point is closing deals.

"I am more than confident we’ll close on probably more than one Tier 1 deal this year."

Within the next month, engineering teams from three separate companies will be visiting LWLG’s facility.

When asked if the T1 announcements will have a name attached, the response was that they "would love to be able to". Based on the NDA’s, they "can’t use a counterparty’s name without its permission". “The argument they make is that they are trying to gain a competitive advantage.”

When asked directly if they are working with NVIDIA the response was, “Let’s put it this way. Anyone not trying to work with NVIDIA is a fool and I’m no fool. What’s the old saying? I can neither confirm nor deny that we are working with NVIDIA.”

“We’re working with the biggest transceiver companies in the world.”

“Amazon wants warrants from companies to sell to them. They eat their young. I said that to a guy during a meeting – you eat your young. He just smirked.”

I will not disclose the identity of this person. Do not ask. Do not assume.

https://www.reddit.com/r/LWLG/comments/1dad4n6/a_quick_message/
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tedpeele tedpeele 9 hours ago
No demo transceiver means something.

What does it mean?

If the industry is aching for a solution offered by lightwave, don’t you think that even if they’re waiting for some unknown data still that they would be forging ahea? That someone friendly to the technology would want to get their foot in their door first?

And yet, when asked at ASM Dr Lebby would not even confirm that there’s anyone working with them to create a demo at this time.

Why would this be? The reason I’ve been able to be so accurate in my predictions is that I’ve paid very close attention to both what the company has said, as well as what they have not said.

Their silence on this issue means something very important.
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Heylbroeck Heylbroeck 10 hours ago
Question (perhaps already discussed on this forum):
Why did Lightwave Logic not participate in the Silicon Photonics Meeting #2 organized by the Advanced Photonics Coalition?

See also: https://www.advanced-photonics.org/
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prototype_101 prototype_101 21 hours ago
Lebby from ASM Q&A, I will agree with you, this technology has taken some time. But then when I think back to other technologies that I worked on where there is incumbent technology, there is a laser ray in this phone called a VCSEL. I’ve worked on this in 1990/1991 with Motorola, never before face ID applications. We worked on it then, or optical interconnects for data centres or central office switches, as we called them at the time. But it took about a decade or more for that technology to take off. Now there’s a hundred billion of these lasers. If you look at OLEDs and the first OLEDs were being worked on in the early 90s. It took a long time. But it gets to a point where it just becomes ubiquitous. I’ve worked on some technologies and I’ve seen the timelines. If you’re asking the question, would I like this to go faster? Yes, I would. Are we achieving an industry average with this brand new technology to displace incumbents? I think we are. We’re not behind. As investors you may look at this and go, well, it’s taking a long time to get to revenue. But are we really behind the curve? I don’t think we are. That’s why I’m excited. I don’t feel that we’re behind. I feel we’re on a threshold of something huge!! Tier ones are looking at our technology. I can’t answer the question about their decision process because they’re big companies, but we’re engaged from the engineers all the way up to the executive office. We’re engaged at the right levels. We’re working that issue as hard as we can.


Spekkie said, When I asked whether the products were ready and if any issues were outstanding, he clearly said that everything was ready (stability, scaling etc) and the time line was fully intact and there were no changes to that. Tier 1’s are very interested and the number of them significantly increased after OFC demo’s.

https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174302051

Exactly!! meanwhile Longs are being throttled here, I can't post much while Shorts and FAKE Longs mudsling at me and other Longs here NONSTOP!!!

Fact is LWLG has multiple products already, they have multiple versions of it's Perk Polymer, the latest being Perk 6, now available for Licensing, in addition they have a 200Gb modulator that is now capable of being produced at several Foundries and on large 200mm Wafers including the Poling being performed at Wafer scale something Shorts said was impossible, Lebby has told investors that Customers could use these modulators in quantities of 4 per Transceiver device to produce an 800Gbs Transceiver currently, but the preference of the large Transceiver companies (Cisco etc) would be to use the single chip modulator array (4x200) which is still under construction but Lebby announced publicly at PECC that it would be ready sometime in 2024, but the individual modulators would be used in Sampling now while the single chip modulator array (4x200) would be used in mass commercialization, Lebby is still on track with his long-standing Timeline of Customer Acceptance and Ramp in 2024 (see Slide 38 from 2022 ASM) and has not backed down on his SAM/SOM guidance, Shorts are the LYING SCAMMERS period!!

https://api.mziq.com/mzfilemanager/v2/d/23d26d3e-c498-431f-ba5c-2250e5f374cb/c1234fc8-c29c-4282-dc60-1afe2a8e4a95?origin=2

Remember that it is because of the following two main reasons that Tier 1 interest has skyrocketed in recent months

1) the early 2024 "Big Milestone" achieved of success in Mass Production of LWLG modulators on Foundries large 200mm Wafers

2) the INCREDIBLE reliability/stability data collected/presented at ECOC 2023 and then even more so at OFC in March 2024

Investors have learned INCREDIBLE Developments in 2024 so far!!! here is a summary of things investors have learned form OFC in March 2024, and Lebby's LD Micro Interview in April, as well as Lebby's Belgium visit/presentations in April

1) Lebby has LWLG modulators being implemented at SEVERAL Foundries on large 200mm Wafers now beginning in early 2024!! Lebby declared it a "BIG MILESTONE"!!!
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174278606

2) Lebby has achieved Volume Scale Poling on 200mm Wafers!!! (successfully able to Pole Thousands of Devices at a time!!)

3) Lebby's LWLG team of seven completed demonstrations at OFC to over 20 potential Customers!! NDA's now estimated at 40 companies

4) the response to the OFC demos has been so overwhelming that Lebby claims the Tier 1's "being PULLED along" has become more like "being dragged along" (a good problem to have!!!)

Spekkie posted this
, Important take away we are working with multiple tier ones, tripled since a few weeks after OFC , wow we are golden

5) The Customer Funnel slide is updated and now showing greater than 20 Prospects and greater than 10 Leads, where in the ASM presentation it was only greater than 12 Prospects and 5 Leads, so about DOUBLED since the ASM!!!!

6) at OFC Google had a shout out to (LWLG) EOP on their slide for hetero integration.
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174276893

7) KCC reported "the transceiver partner is a giant company that is dedicating a lot of their own resources to LWLG’s development."
https://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/read_msg.aspx?message_id=174279401

8) Lebby also showcased that LWLG's Perk 6 is NOW ready and available for Licensing !!!

9) Lebby reported that 3rd party ETH Zurich set world record performance with LWLG Polymers running at 400Gbs per lane enabling 4 lane 1600gbs!!! This ensures LWLG ALREADY capable to meet the future Roadmap

10) The response from the Tier 1's is so overwhelming such that Lebby is 100% focused on SEVERAL Tier 1's who are battling it out for Lebby/LWLG's time and attention to bring 4x200 powered Transceivers to market ASAP!!

Folks this is a Cinderella story 40 years in the making!!!

For OVER 40 YEARS the Industry has tried UNSUCCESSFULLY!!

IBM, Intel, Boeing, Lockheed Martin, DuPont, AT&T Bell Labs, Honeywell, Motorola, GE, HP, 3M, and others in addition to numerous Universities and U.S. Government Agencies, DARPA, DOD, etc have all attempted to produce high-performance, high-stability electro-optic polymers

The Industry combined has spent literally in the Billions R&D $$ UNSUCCESSFULLY trying to do what LWLG has done!

LWLG's technology has been successfully developed in much less time than what the Industry spent, and at a cost less than 5% of what the Industry spent screwing around with unstable fragile molecules for 40 years!

RIDDLE ME THIS >> WHY WOULD THE INDUSTRY SPEND BILLIONS AND BILLIONS OF $$ ON SOMETHING THEY DIDN'T DESPERATELY WANT???????
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vein vein 1 day ago
Truth
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adagium adagium 1 day ago
Good thinking! As a side effect to the metamorphosis of the industry, several flavors are now in preparation. Flavors with differences in intensity, reliability and path of least resistance.
LWLG is right in the sweet spot!

“There is no better alternative to plasmonics for the 400G/ lane market”

Juerg Leuthold, Prof. ETH Zurich

https://www.polariton.ch/
Section: Industry Voices

Indeed Polariton has so-called plasmonics with LWLG in it.

All testing has been actual and conditional for the TIER 1s (data centers).

When exactly the TIER 1s will come out with new products in which LWLG is a supplier, is speculation.
This is mainly speculation for the shorts because it is also the most interesting for them to find out (in time)!
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Dead On Arrival Dead On Arrival 1 day ago
Supposedly the rumor is that LWLG is building a bumper car track in the parking lot so all the Tier 1's can have fun while waiting to get into headquarters to see Marcelli and the Vulcan. Stay tuned for more exciting news to come.

The pump idiots are worse than the naysayers.
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Reanimator Reanimator 1 day ago
Emphasizing how much sense it makes for clients/foundries/transceiver makers to go with LWLG now only raises the very awkward question: why is LWLG unable to sign any customers or partnerships?

After all, according to LWLG, they're a "commercial" company with "market acceptance" of their materials, and have been for more than year now. According to LWLG, they're not just being "pulled", they're being "dragged along" by loads of potential customers.

The only reasonable explanation for this inability to commercialize is because they're experiencing some kind of technical hurdle or problem that is holding them back. We don't know the extent of the problem, because Lebby won't provide an honest accounting to shareholders, but whatever it is, it can't be good.
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LOVELWLG LOVELWLG 1 day ago
Vein nothing is going to happen until a deal is signed. Even the employee from LWLG said the same thing.
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Mdk1 Mdk1 1 day ago
It's normal for the support line (former resistance) to be (re)tested. Rebound from here on ?
https://www.tradingview.com/x/W3i82Mfd/
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LutherTiggs LutherTiggs 1 day ago
For near term announcements and revenue, how close and how much testing/focus is there on a 800GB transceiver being driven by LWLG material? And since others are providing 800GB transceivers (granted, with less efficiency, larger size, and greater cost than a prospective 800GB LWLG-driven transceiver), how much "easier/smoother" path to 1.6GB/3.2G transceivers does it make for clients/foundries/transceiver makers to go with LWLG NOW (or very close to NOW)?
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vein vein 1 day ago
Can’t
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vein vein 1 day ago
This stock just can hold its weight
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MrLWLG101 MrLWLG101 1 day ago
Photonics is gaining acceptance everywhere and is accelerating. (see link: https://asia.nikkei.com/Business/Tech/Semiconductors/TSMC-bets-on-silicon-photonics-to-enable-more-powerful-ChatGPT). How can you prove that this is still 10 years away from commercialization?

Built on Top of Silicon Photonics
Silicon photonics and plasmonics complement each other: given the right conditions, optical signals can be converted to plasmonic ones and vice versa. Therefore Polariton’s technology can be seamlessly integrated into the existing silicon photonics platform, either as post-processing, or integrated in the same production line. This is a game changer for the traditionally mediocre performance of silicon photonics modulators and expands the application range of plamonics to the world of silicon photonics.
(source: https://www.polariton.ch/resources/technology)

Have you already contacted them about the commercialization of this product? I will do the same to ensure the correct answer is provided on this forum.
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