"The response we've had from designers, dealers and contractors to the Aeon products has been truly exciting. Our sales network is now ordering Aeon products and we continue to expand our channel to meet the increasing demand," said Mark Schmidt, COO and president of Cyberlux.
The Aeon sales network is comprised of dealers and lighting industry professionals who meet a range of criteria including their market reach, years in business, annual revenue, customer base and their ability to effectively represent Aeon products with Cyberlux solid-state lighting technology.
Aeon dealers have strongly supported the introduction of the Aeon solid- state task and accent lighting products, including dealers in major markets such as Tampa, Memphis and Sonoma County.
"This Aeon lighting was the absolute highlight at KBIS in Vegas! We have received an overwhelming response from our clients. The innovative design along with the flexibility to create warm or cool lighting effects is unlike any other under counter lighting. We look forward to a bright future with Cyberlux lighting," said Jim Harnish of Irpinia Kitchens of Tampa, Inc. of Tampa, Florida.
"I first saw the Cyberlux product at the recent KBIS in Las Vegas. I was intrigued by the innovative technology which resolved the three main problems with traditional task and accent lighting: short life, high heat and inefficiency. I immediately identified Cyberlux as a cutting edge product we wanted to offer to our customers," commented John Cowart, President, Signature Kitchens of Memphis, Tennessee.
"Finally someone has brought under-cabinet task lighting into the 21st century! The highly innovative and well-engineered Aeon LED lighting from Cyberlux solves a host of problems for those of us in California who are required to use tired, old fluorescent as the primary light source in kitchens and baths as part of the Title 24 requirements. We now have an exciting new type of lighting fixture which not only meets the requirements but also gives us tremendous flexibility in design. We showed Aeon to our lighting consultants and they are more excited than we are," said Don Gross, Owner, Wine Country Kitchens of Sonoma, California.
Cyberlux is continuing to qualify dealers across the country to join its Aeon sales network. With dealers now in the top 25 North American housing markets, the Aeon dealer channel is expanding to cover the top 50 North American housing markets.
"In a very short time, we have had some of the best designers, dealers and contractors in the Task & Accent lighting segment join our Aeon dealer network and begin taking delivery of our Aeon products. Our goal is to establish a dealer presence in all of the top 50 housing market in the U.S. and Canada. We now have the top 25 major markets addressed by our qualified dealer network, including Sonoma County, San Diego, San Francisco, Memphis, greater Chicago, Tampa and Toronto," said William Walker, Cyberlux senior vice- president of sales.
With the initial dealer network established, customers can contact Cyberlux, either through the Cyberlux call center (1-800-939-CYBL) or the Web site to find dealer locations in their area.
About the Aeon Products
The Aeon task and accent lighting products are made with diodal elements and do not require bulbs. The result is a product that is maintenance-free, cool to the touch with long-lasting energy-efficiency. The Cyberlux Aeon line includes three grades of products: Aeon, Aeon Plus and Aeon Pro.
* Aeon is the basic, easy-to-install, solid-state diode lighting fixture.
* Aeon Plus includes an additional variety of configuration possibilities to solve a large number of lighting needs.
* Aeon Pro is the top tier of the Aeon line. It includes three light rod lengths in addition to the configuration choices of the Aeon Plus.
About Cyberlux Corporation
Cyberlux Corporation (OTC Bulletin Board: CYBL - News) has created breakthrough lighting technology that provides the most energy efficient and cost effective lighting solutions available today. Several products are designed to address emergencies such as power outages or critical security lighting needs. Others bring newly developed heatless light into the home for use in closets, cabinet interiors and under cabinet lighting for kitchen counters. Cyberlux uses solid-state semiconductors, trademarked as its diodal(TM) lighting elements, which consume 92 percent less energy than incandescent elements and perform for over 20 years in contrast to 750 hours for traditional bulbs.
Source: Cyberlux Corporation