MHT Lighting, an industry leader in power over ethernet lighting (PoE),  announced today that it has partnered with Eurobase, a leading electronic component manufacturer based in Waterford, Ireland as its exclusive manufacturing partner for key components of its “InspeXtor” 90 watt PoE platform.  Ak Khalis, MHT CTO said “Eurobase brings a unique combination of experience, technical expertise, and responsive partnership in R & D that is a cut above its Asian and North American competitors while remaining highly cost competitive. We are delighted to be partnering with them going forward”.  

 

MHT Lighting, with headquarters in New York City and its European headquarters in Dublin is a pioneering software development firm in the lighting space and the holder of three US patents related to its unique ”InspeXtor” lighting control platform.  PoE technology, where buildings from office towers, hospitals, and schools to residential apartment complexes are lit through “smart” lights connected through ethernet cabling rather than electric power lines allows buildings to be truly green and truly smart. The InspeXtor platform with its native AI capabilities and unique applications delivers [X%] in energy savings over conventional lighting.  Its easy open interface with other building management systems will make it an integral component in the “smart buildings/smart cities” revolution taking place around the globe.

 

Eurobase a long-standing leader in logistics and electronic component manufacturer in Waterford has been the “gateway to Europe” for multiple well-known North America and Asian brands and companies.  Julie Colclough, its Managing Director said, “We are excited about playing a role in the smart building/smart city revolution with MHT.  Ireland generally, but Waterford and the South East in particular, bring together a unique set of human and technical resources that make it a natural manufacturing hub for hi-tech products.   Given MHT’s growth projections we are confident this new relationship will support continued and growing employment in the Waterford in the tech sector.”