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New Cree® MHB-B LED Lowers System Costs for High Performance Lighting Applications

Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE) introduces the XLamp® MHB-B LED, a new high-power LED that enables a more effective way to deliver lower system costs for high lumen, high-efficiency applications designed to meet the new DesignLights Consortium® (DLC) 4.0 Premium requirements. Leveraging key elements of Cree’s SC5 Technology™ Platform, the ceramic MHB-B LEDs combine high light output, high efficacy and high reliability to enable high lumen LED designs that are not possible with mid-power LEDs. The MHB-B LED delivers up to 931 lumens at 85°C and 13 percent higher LPW than the MHB-A LED in the same 5mm x 5mm package, allowing lighting manufacturers to increase quickly performance for existing MHB designs without any additional investment.

Cree Expands LED Components Distribution Network with Avnet

Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE) and Avnet, Inc. (NYSE: AVT), a leading global technology distributor, announced a strategic agreement that expands coverage in the Americas for the distribution of Cree's comprehensive portfolio of innovative LED components including high-power, Chip-on-Board, high brightness and LED modules. This agreement demonstrates Cree and Avnet’s shared commitment to provide customers with the industry’s best LED solutions and service to continue driving LED adoption.

Cree Expands Portfolio of LEDs for Horticulture Lighting

New XQ-E Photo Red LED Enables More Efficient, Lower Cost SystemsNew XQ-E Photo Red LED Enables More Efficient, Lower Cost Systems

Cree, Inc. (Nasdaq: CREE) expands its industry-leading portfolio of LEDs optimized for horticulture lighting with the introduction of the new Cree XLamp® XQ-E Photo Red LED.  The XQ-E Photo Red LED is capable of providing very high levels of growth-promoting light wavelengths from a footprint that is less than one-third the size of its closest competitor with similar output.  The new XQ-E LED extends the family of smallest LEDs optimized for horticulture and enables lighting manufacturers to reduce the size of luminaires and lower their system cost. 

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