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Laser Light Engines announces new funding

Sept 18, 2012

Laser Light Engines announced $9 million in venture funding, with an additional $6 million anticipated from new investors, bringing total new funding to $15 million. "This new funding will allow us to accelerate commercialization of LLE's breakthrough laser illumination technology, which we introduced at the first-ever public demonstration of high-brightness laser 3D cinema on a silver screen at the NAB Technology Summit on Cinema in Las Vegas earlier this year," said John O'Hara, LLE's CEO. LLE has now raised $27 million in private funding since the company's inception in 2008.


Laser Light Engines announces new funding

Sept 18, 2012

Laser Light Engines announced $9 million in venture funding, with an additional $6 million anticipated from new investors, bringing total new funding to $15 million. "This new funding will allow us to accelerate commercialization of LLE's breakthrough laser illumination technology, which we introduced at the first-ever public demonstration of high-brightness laser 3D cinema on a silver screen at the NAB Technology Summit on Cinema in Las Vegas earlier this year," said John O'Hara, LLE's CEO. LLE has now raised $27 million in private funding since the company's inception in 2008.

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