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Lightwave Logic, Inc. (NASDAQ: LWLG) Steady Run Northbound as Leader in High Speed Electro-Optic Polymers that Transmit Data at Higher Speeds with Less Power Heats Up

Lightwave Logic, Inc. (NASDAQ: LWLG) continues to move steadily higher after a brief dip to the low $5 range. The stock was one of the biggest runners of 2021 skyrocketing from pennies and the OTCQB to over $20 per share on the NASDAQ. It’s been a wild ride for speculators and LWLG has not disappointed so far. LWLG has a disruptive technology, 70+ patents and a World Class Management team and Board of Directors LWLG continues to move higher. Lightwave is the leader in proprietary electro-optic (EO) polymers that transmit data at higher speeds with less power and could become the prime beneficiary of disrupting the booming chip industry, not to mention in addition to their current focus of datacom & telecom; also Lidar, medical devices, quantum computing, sensors, computing on the edge, AI, and to have some traction as implied by recent patents to include the TAM of photovoltaic products such as solar panels, or in splitting hydrogen with solar energy & to leverage semi-conductor properties. Microcapdaily first reported on LWLG back on December 6, 2020 just as the stock was taking off northbound on the OTCQB when it was well under $1 before taking off, up listing to the NASDAQ and hitting highs of $20.30 per share. 

Lightwave has been busy making record progress on its proprietary electro-optic polymers that transmit data at higher speeds with less power; last month the Company reported the achievement of world-record performance for a polymer modulator, as demonstrated in an optical transmission experiment by ETH Zurich, using the Company’s proprietary, advanced Perkinamine™ chromophores and Polariton Technologies Ltd.’s newest plasmonic EO modulator. Polariton’s plasmonic modulator transmitted 220 Gbit/s OOK and 408 Gbit/s 8PAM. Transmission of an optical signal was conducted over 100 m using a low-voltage electrical drive of 0.6Vp, an on-chip loss of 1 dB, and an optical 3 dB bandwidth of beyond 110 GHz. This represents a new world-record for a racetrack plasmonic modulator device structure. The acceptance of a post-deadline peer reviewed paper at ECOC 2021 provides third party validation of this incredible result. Lightwave Logic estimates that in 2019, the total market for opto-electronic components used in the fiber optics market reached a value of ~$26 billion and is forecasted to grow to approximately $80 billion by 2030.    

Lightwave Logic (Nasdaq: LWLG) is a technology platform company, leveraging its proprietary technology platform to develop next-generation electro-optic polymers which increase the efficiency of internet infrastructure by converting data into optical signals, allowing more data to be transmitted at significantly higher speeds and with less power than existing solutions. 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. 

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Lightwave has been a participant in several vital government sponsored research and development programs with various government agencies including the National Reconnaissance Office (NRO), the Properties Branch of the Army Research Laboratory on the Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Aberdeen, Maryland. The Defense Advance Research Project Agency (DARPA) the Naval Air Warfare Center Weapons Division in China Lake, California and the Air Force Research Laboratory at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Ohio. 

Lightwave is making record progress on its proprietary electro-optic polymers that transmit data at higher speeds with less power; last month the Company reported the achievement of world-record performance for a polymer modulator, as demonstrated in an optical transmission experiment by ETH Zurich, using the Company’s proprietary, advanced Perkinamine™ chromophores and Polariton Technologies Ltd.’s newest plasmonic EO modulator. Polariton’s plasmonic modulator transmitted 220 Gbit/s OOK and 408 Gbit/s 8PAM. Transmission of an optical signal was conducted over 100 m using a low-voltage electrical drive of 0.6Vp, an on-chip loss of 1 dB, and an optical 3 dB bandwidth of beyond 110 GHz. This represents a new world-record for a racetrack plasmonic modulator device structure. The acceptance of a post-deadline peer reviewed paper at ECOC 2021 provides third party validation of this incredible result. The Company estimates that in 2019, the total market for opto-electronic components used in the fiber optics market reached a value of ~$26 billion and is forecasted to grow to approximately $80 billion by 2030.    

Recently Lightwave achieved world-class results for a polymer modulator, as demonstrated in an enhanced stability and high-speed measurement by Polariton Technologies and ETH Zurich. The results were generated using the Company’s proprietary, advanced Perkinamine™ chromophores in Polariton’s silicon-photonics-based plasmonic racetrack modulator that offers energy-efficient, low-loss, and high-speed modulation in a compact footprint that is ideal for pluggable and/or co-packaging transceiver modules. The POH modulator used a resonant racetrack geometry to form a micro-ring modulator (MRM) using the structure reported last year. The world-class results were presented as a contributed peer-reviewed paper at the prestigious 2022 Optical Fiber Conference (OFC2022), the optical communication industry’s leading international technical conference and trade show, in San Diego on March 10, 2022. 

The plasmonic modulator performance was compared to that of silicon photonic microring modulators. The plasmonic device, using Lightwave Logic’s electro-optic polymer material, was shown to be 250-3000x more stable than the silicon devices relative to operating condition changes. In addition, the plasmonic modulator was tested for 70+ minutes at 100 Gbps NRZ at 80C with no decrease in performance. 

Microcapdaily first reported on LWLG on December 6, 2020 when the stock was well below the $1 mark stating at the time:  “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….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. 

More recently on April 19 LWLG reported the publication of a U.S. patent application on a new invention that will simplify polymer modulator fabrication when integrated with silicon photonics for high-volume foundry manufacturing applications – entitled “TFP (thin film polymer) optical transition device and method,” – illustrates the design of a simpler to fabricate, lower cost hybrid integrated photonics chip using electro-optic polymers which are more advantageous for high-volume production. The simplified fabrication approach enables us to simplify the production of very high speed, low power proprietary polymer modulators that will enable significantly faster data rates in the internet environment. 

The essence of the invention is a hybrid polymer-silicon photonics engine that fits into fiber optic transceivers (either pluggable or co-packaged) that are used in the routers, servers and network equipment that are proliferating with the growth of data centers, cloud computing and optical communications capacity. The hybrid polymer-silicon photonics engine is designed to use high-volume silicon foundry infrastructure and is published with publication number 2022/0113566 A1. 

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Currently trading at a $1.4 billion market valuation LWLG has 111,388,924 shares outstanding, 100 million of which are free trading. While the Company is pre revenue, they represent one of the most exciting opportunities in small caps with enormous potential; If Lightwave’s polymers (including patents on devices, etc) become as important as we understand from Lebby’s words, this company could become a key component of increasing US and other countries GDPs during more difficult and inflationary times. Lightwaves 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 as 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. LWLG continues to move higher as speculators continue to accumulate with an eye on $20.30 price break and a blue-sky breakout. Microcapdaily first reported on LWLG back on December 6, 2020 just as the stock was taking off northbound on the OTCQB when it was well under $1 before taking off, up listing to the NASDAQ and hitting highs of $20.30 per share.  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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