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TemitroniK Hosts BFTP

TemitroniK, a division of IMET Corporation, was delighted to host PA State Representative Frank Farry and team members from Ben Franklin Technology Partners (BFTP) at their headquarters in Southampton, PA this week.

BFTP, whose mission is to drive growth and innovation in Pennsylvania, awarded TemitroniK and 25 other early stage companies a total of $4.4 million in funding in November of 2017 to assist them with growth and innovation.

During the visit, James Logue, the General Manager at IMET, gave Rep. Frank Farry and BFTP a tour of the facility, and showed them how TemitroniK appropriated the funds for research and development, sales and marketing initiatives, and furthered their capabilities with LED board engineering and manufacturing since 2017.

TemitroniK is appreciative of all the support it’s received from BFTP, and looks forward to continued growth, expansion, and the creation of new job opportunities in manufacturing for the Bucks County, PA area.

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LEDucation Trade Show

Come visit us this Tuesday and Wednesday, March 13th and 14th at LEDucation, the ultimate marketplace for solid-state lighting innovations! This expo is being held at the New York Hilton Midtown, 1335 Avenue of the Americas (6th Ave. between West 53rd and West 54th Streets) New York, New York, 10019. There is still time to REGISTER. Find out why SIZE MATTERS in LED manufacturing, and why TemitroniK is the company who makes it happen.

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The Ever Exploding Internet of Things

In 1964, in his work Understanding Media, Marshall McLuhan stated:

….by means of electric media, we set up a dynamic by which all previous technologies — including cities — will be translated into information systems

These information systems have evolved rapidly, in accordance with Moore’s Law, for decades. As the number of transistors per square inch has doubled, and doubled (approximately every 18 months) the reach of electronics and clouds and connected systems has increased by orders of magnitude.

The computing power that once took a 15lb CRT monitor and a dedicated processing tower to harness now exists on imperceptibly small wafers.  What was once too cumbersome for a home office now seamlessly powers a watch, a toaster, a thermostat or an LED lightbulb.

According to SmallBizTrends,

Currently, the total number of connected devices is estimated to stand at somewhere north of 22.9 billion. By 2020, that figure will scale to more than 50.1 billion devices.

That’s approximately seven smart devices allocated to every single person on the planet. That is beyond the Internet of Things. That is the substructure of an information system overlaid onto the very fabric of reality — populated by a near infinity of objects, scanning, tracking and optimizing in harmony.

 

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