Founded in 2001, Lamina Ceramics defines the state of technology in the development and manufacture of super-bright LED light engines. The company's leading edge LED packaging technology and design, and its proprietary multi-layer ceramic on metal packaging solution provides unsurpassed thermal management and interconnectivity. Lamina's technology emerged from 12 years of research and development at the Sarnoff Corporation - the same laboratory that developed such world-changing inventions as: color television, the liquid crystal display technology that is used in cell phones, laptops and watches, and today's High Definition Television (HDTV) and satellite TV technology. Lamina, a venture-based corporation is the exclusive licensee of Sarnoff's LTCC-M technology. Lamina Ceramics has continued Sarnoff's "spirit of innovation" through its ongoing development and optimization of LED arrays.
Lamina Ceramics is headquartered at a 50,000-square-foot, state-of-the-art, automated manufacturing facility in Westampton, New Jersey, USA, (between Princeton and Philadelphia). Lamina's team consists of industry-seasoned engineering and production personnel dedicated to designing and building long-lasting LED light engines to exacting specifications. Lamina is supported by an industry-leading global sales and distribution network. Its investors include Morgenthaler Ventures, Sarnoff Corporation, RedShift Ventures, Granite Global, CID Capital and Kemet Electronics Corporation.