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High Speed Electro-Optic Polymers; the Rise of Lightwave Logic, Inc.(OTCMKTS:LWLG)

Lightwave Logic, Inc.(OTCMKTS:LWLG) is making an explosive move up the charts in recent months since a brief dip below the $0.60 mark. Lightwave has been busy making record progress on its proprietary electro-optic polymers that transmit data at higher speeds with less power recently reporting its latest electro-optic polymer material has exceeded target performance metrics at 1310 nanometers (nm), a wavelength commonly used in high-volume datacenter fiber optics.  The Company’s polymer technology is now compatible with existing industry standard integrated photonics platforms, a direct result of feedback received from the Company’s potential customers under NDA. Speculation is high on a potential buyout from a major such as Intel s Lightwave prepares to introduce its technology into the commercial marketplace.

Lightwave owns a valuable patent portfolio as well as critical trade secrets, unpatented technology and proprietary knowledge related to its optical polymer materials. In total, Lightwave’s patent portfolio consists of at least 54 granted patents that include 39 from the US, 1 from Canada, 5 from the EU, 2 from Japan and 2 from China.

Lightwave Logic, Inc.(OTCMKTS:LWLG) is developing a platform leveraging its proprietary engineered electro-optic (EO) polymers to transmit data at higher speeds with less power. The Company’s high-activity and high-stability organic polymers allow Lightwave Logic to create next-generation photonic EO devices, which convert data from electrical signals into optical signals, for applications in data communications and telecommunications markets. The need for Lightwave Logic’s proprietary electro-optic polymers is more evident than at any prior point in history, with internet infrastructure coming under increasing strain due to increased online activity. For example, during the recent COVID-19 pandemic, leading platforms such as YouTube prevented high-definition (HD) streaming in Europe due to data throughput issues in existing internet infrastructure.

The Company’s current focus is on the datacom and telecommunications hardware supply chain for the 100 Gbps and 400 Gbps fiber optics communications market, seeking to integrate its proprietary materials into the devices that comprise key components in today’s internet infrastructure. Lightwave Logic’s unique value proposition, including ease of manufacture relative to traditional solutions, has driven several tier-1 and tier-2 potential strategic partners in the data and telecommunications markets to enter into non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) with Lightwave Logic to evaluate its technology for use in their devices, validating the demand for the Company’s solution in the marketplace. The Company expects to introduce its technology into the commercial marketplace in the near future. Lightwave Logic is a wholly U.S.-based company with in-house materials synthesis, device/package design, wafer fabrication and testing capabilities at its Englewood, Colorado headquarters.

Lightwave owns a valuable patent portfolio as well as critical trade secrets, unpatented technology and proprietary knowledge related to its optical polymer materials. The Company’s intellectual property portfolio has expanded significantly over the last year as Lightwave develops igts  P2IC™ into prototypes. Lightwave recently strengthened its patent portfolio with the acquisition of BrPhotonics Productos Optoelectrónicos S.A., out of Brazil as well as the filing of additional new patent applications on its core Perkinamine™ molecular compounds and innovative inventions that are expected to protect the P2IC polymer PIC platform from potential competition. Recently Lightwave also received a new patent on a breakthrough invention that eases the use and lowers the adoption cost of its electro-optic polymer modulators, addressing feedback received from potential customers evaluating the company’s technology, for the datacenter and telecommunications fiber optics markets. In total, Lightwave’s patent portfolio consists of at least 54 granted patents that include 39 from the US, 1 from Canada, 5 from the EU, 2 from Japan and 2 from China.

Lightwave continues to make record progress on its proprietary electro-optic polymers that transmit data at higher speeds with less power recently reporting its latest electro-optic polymer material has exceeded target performance metrics at 1310 nanometers (nm), a wavelength commonly used in high-volume datacenter fiber optics. Currently available electro-optic polymer materials are constrained to applications at 1550 nm and are typically used for high-performance telecommunications fiber optics applications, as well as longer reach datacenter applications. Lightwave Logic’s new material demonstrates an attractive combination at 1310 nm of high electro-optic coefficient, low optical loss and good thermal stability at 85 Celsius. This material is expected to enable modulators with 80 GHz bandwidth and low drive power, and has an electro-optic coefficient of 200 pm/V, an industry measure of how responsive a material is to an applied electrical signal. This metric, otherwise known as r33, is very important in lowering power consumption when the material is used in modulator devices. LWLG CEO Dr. Michael Lebby said at the time: “This is a truly historic moment-not only in our company’ history, but in our industry – as we have demonstrated a polymer material that provides the basis for a world-class solution at the 1310 nm wavelength, something which other companies have spent decades attempting to achieve.”

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In another technological breakthrough in its proprietary polymer technology, Lightwave reported enabling compatibility with existing industry standard integrated photonics platforms, a direct result of feedback received from the Company’s potential customers under NDA. Lightwave also reported optimization of the Company’s advanced, photo-stable, ultra-high-speed polymer for high-intensity light applications to be trialed with potential customers under NDA for use in telecommunications and data center end-markets.

LWLG is powering up for an exciting week as the Company’s management team has been invited to present at the ECOC Exhibition 2020 taking place virtually December 7-9, 2020. this week Monday through Wednesday. Dr. Michael Lebby, Chief Executive Officer of Lightwave Logic, is scheduled to host a virtual presentation entitled, “EO Polymer modulator platform with enhanced stability at both 1.3um and 1.5um” during the event on Teusday at 4pm Central European Time. For more info go to ecocexhibition.com.

LightWave CEO Dr. Michael Lebby commented recently:  “We continue to make sustained progress towards the refinement of our proprietary electro-optic polymers, best aligning with the needs of our potential customers evaluating our technology under NDA. Our focus on materials innovation continues to pay dividends as we move incrementally closer to our long-term goal of mass commercialization, having recently announced several exciting technical breakthroughs and exciting new patent wins. Our potential customers under NDA have found our technology to be fascinating and the continued improvements that our in-house technical team have been able to achieve. Our electro-optic polymers are easier to integrate into existing systems than ever while maintaining a world-class level of performance. We will continue to drive forward our business in the fourth quarter and into 2021, achieving several additional key milestones in our internal roadmap. With a fortified balance sheet and intellectual property portfolio, this is an exciting time for Lightwave Logic – I believe we are better positioned to create sustainable value for our shareholders than at any prior time in the Company’s history.”

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Currently making a powerful move up the charts LWLG is an exciting story developing in small caps; Lightwave has been busy making record progress on its proprietary electro-optic polymers that transmit data at higher speeds with less power recently reporting its latest electro-optic polymer material has exceeded target performance metrics at 1310 nanometers (nm), a wavelength commonly used in high-volume datacenter fiber optics.  The Company’s polymer technology is now compatible with existing industry standard integrated photonics platforms, a direct result of feedback received from the Company’s potential customers under NDA. Speculation is high on a potential buyout from a major such as Intel s Lightwave prepares to introduce its technology into the commercial marketplace. Lightwave owns a valuable patent portfolio as well as critical trade secrets, unpatented technology and proprietary knowledge related to its optical polymer materials. In total, Lightwave’s patent portfolio consists of at least 54 granted patents that include 39 from the US, 1 from Canada, 5 from the EU, 2 from Japan and 2 from China. We will be updating on LWLG when more details emerge so make sure you are subscribed to Microcapdaily so you know what’s going on with LWLG.

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