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Lightwave Logic, Inc. (OTCMKTS: LWLG) Data Center Management Products Gaining Traction

Lightwave Logic, Inc. (OTCMKTS: LWLG) is shaping up to big once of the biggest success stories of 2021 rocketing up the charts and transforming in recent months as an investors favorite and is currently among the most actively searched and talked about stocks in small caps with. Currently under heavy accumulation LWLG is moving steadily northbound with many new investors buying in every day.  

LWLG has a huge investor following there is very vocalize about what they see happening. Here is one: Traditionally, Data Center operators (the FAANG’s, Facebook, Amazon, etc.) contract with large hardware manufacturers/integrators (Intel, Cisco, etc.) to design/build the data centers to meet specific requirements of the operator. The H/W manufacturers then work with individual transceiver providers to build components that enabled the integrator to meet the requirements of the data center operator. This results in the entire system being “owned” by the data center operator along with all of the leverage that entails. For example, if LWLG modulators were used in this process, then the IP gleaned by Lightwave can only be sold to Intel – control over Lightwave’s revenue and access to markets is in the hands of Intel. This has resulted in an almost monopolistic control over the marketplace into the hands of the large system operators. Dr. Lebby emphasized that LWLG is working with foundries (plural) to provide them with PDKs to allow LWLG IP to be embedded into the foundries’ processes to enable various foundry customers to produce components that include LWLG polymers.Dr. Lebby mentioned in the recent AGM presentation of the need for “standardization” in the fabrication of photonics products. Essentially, selecting the features desired from a catalog, customizing the platform and then fabricating them to meet a customer’s specific needs.Global Foundries (about to go IPO) purchased a commodity chip operation from IBM. From a Forbes article about GF’s Malta operation: 5. Dr. Karen Liu (VP Marketing LWLG) shows on her profile has having moved to NY Greater Metro area, which is about 30 min from Malta.

is shaping up to big once of the biggest success stories of 2021 rocketing up the charts and transforming in recent months as an investors favorite and is currently among the most actively searched and talked about stocks in small caps with. Currently under heavy accumulation LWLG is moving steadily northbound with many new investors buying in every day.  

LWLG has a huge investor following there is very vocalize about what they see happening. Here is one: Traditionally, Data Center operators (the FAANG’s, Facebook, Amazon, etc.) contract with large hardware manufacturers/integrators (Intel, Cisco, etc.) to design/build the data centers to meet specific requirements of the operator. The H/W manufacturers then work with individual transceiver providers to build components that enabled the integrator to meet the requirements of the data center operator. This results in the entire system being “owned” by the data center operator along with all of the leverage that entails. For example, if LWLG modulators were used in this process, then the IP gleaned by Lightwave can only be sold to Intel – control over Lightwave’s revenue and access to markets is in the hands of Intel. This has resulted in an almost monopolistic control over the marketplace into the hands of the large system operators. Dr. Lebby emphasized that LWLG is working with foundries (plural) to provide them with PDKs to allow LWLG IP to be embedded into the foundries’ processes to enable various foundry customers to produce components that include LWLG polymers.Dr. Lebby mentioned in the recent AGM presentation of the need for “standardization” in the fabrication of photonics products. Essentially, selecting the features desired from a catalog, customizing the platform and then fabricating them to meet a customer’s specific needs.Global Foundries (about to go IPO) purchased a commodity chip operation from IBM. From a Forbes article about GF’s Malta operation: 5. Dr. Karen Liu (VP Marketing LWLG) shows on her profile has having moved to NY Greater Metro area, which is about 30 min from Malta. 

Suppose that LWLG and GF were to establish a partnership. This would easily enable any number of component manufacturers to include LWLG IP in their transceivers along with the performance benefits of polymers. Then these massive markets are able to be addressed in a much accelerated fashion with relatively small incremental investment as GF already has all the trained staff, factories and equipment along with LWLG’s PDK processes in place to instantly spin LWLG polymers into these new components. cIf this were to be the case, this partnership would hit the ground running and could ramp up at an astonishing rate. Lightwave would avoid the growing pains of building a company from scratch with the required staffing, training, equipment, real-estate development, testing labs, etc. that would be required if they were to go it alone. 

Lightwave Logic, Inc. (OTCQX: 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. For more information, please visit the Company’s website at lightwavelogic.com 

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. The Company’s solutoitions incolude: -Excellent scalability of materials, device, and platform -Versatility and ease of production of plastics (polymers)  -Process compatible for integration with Silicon Photonics and InP  -Extreme miniaturization -Very high-speed performance with femtosecond response times -Excellent thermal stability and the -Ability to withstand a laser without bleaching  

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In May LWLG provided a corporate update in conjunction with the filing of its Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q for the first quarter ended March 31, 2021. Continued alignment of the Company’s Polymer Plus™ product platform with use cases in key end-markets for commercialization. These markets continue to grow strongly into multi-billion-dollar opportunities that demand high speed, low power consumption, and miniaturization through photonics integration.   

Fortified intellectual property portfolio, growing to over 70 domestic and international patents and patent applications in advance of future commercialization initiatives, including: 

Receipt of a patent on an innovative polymer modulator packaging design, allowing electro-optic polymer modulators to be packaged in a hermetic environment using well-known, high-volume and low-cost fabrication processes, improving suitability for mass production.  

Receipt of a patent on protective polymer layers in modulators for design into integrated photonics platforms, improving reliability and performance while best positioning them for standardized mass-market manufacturing process 

Presented at multiple industry specific and investor-related conferences. Among these were the PHOTONICS+ Virtual Exhibition, the 33rd Annual ROTH Conference, the Oppenheimer Annual Emerging Growth Conference and various EPIC Online Technology Meeting.  

LWLG management stetated:  

Management Commentary “We continued to press forward development of our proprietary electro-optic polymers, particularly our Polymer Plus™ product platform, in the first quarter of 2021 – sustaining our aggressive cadence as we march towards our end goal of mass-market commercialization/ We regularly make exciting new technical achievements many thought impossible, clearly positioning ourselves as a thought leader in the space – regularly attending key industry and investor events to share our progress. Our IP portfolio reflects this presence, having grown to over 70 patents and patent applications in both the U.S. and key international markets. With this strong moat and a distinct technological competitive advantage, we believe that we are in an advantageous position to proceed with our business plan. With the eyes of the industry on us, we continue to work closely with our tier-1 partners under NDA to enhance our commercial positioning through ongoing innovation. I look forward to providing further updates in the near-term as we strive to create sustainable, long-term value for our shareholders.”  

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LWLG is shaping up to big one of the biggest success stories of 2021 rocketing up the charts and transforming in recent months as an investors favorite and is currently among the most actively searched and talked about stocks in small caps with. Currently under heavy accumulation LWLG is moving steadily northbound with many new investors buying in every day.   LWLG has a huge investor following there is very vocalize about what they see happening. Here is one: Traditionally, Data Center operators (the FAANG’s, Facebook, Amazon, etc.) contract with large hardware manufacturers/integrators (Intel, Cisco, etc.) to design/build the data centers to meet specific requirements of the operator. The H/W manufacturers then work with individual transceiver providers to build components that enabled the integrator to meet the requirements of the data center operator. This results in the entire system being “owned” by the data center operator along with all of the leverage that entails. For example, if LWLG modulators were used in this process, then the IP gleaned by Lightwave can only be sold to Intel – control over Lightwave’s revenue and access to markets is in the hands of Intel. This has resulted in an almost monopolistic control over the marketplace into the hands of the large system operators. Dr. Lebby emphasized that LWLG is working with foundries (plural) to provide them with PDKs to allow LWLG IP to be embedded into the foundries’ processes to enable various foundry customers to produce components that include LWLG polymers.Dr. Lebby mentioned in the recent AGM presentation of the need for “standardization” in the fabrication of photonics products. Essentially, selecting the features desired from a catalog, customizing the platform and then fabricating them to meet a customer’s specific needs.Global Foundries (about to go IPO) purchased a commodity chip operation from IBM. From a Forbes article about GF’s Malta operation: 5. Dr. Karen Liu (VP Marketing LWLG) shows on her profile has having moved to NY Greater Metro area, which is about 30 min from Malta.  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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