Remote control technology company LightwaveRF has signed an international agreement to distribute its products to more than 80 countries.

The company, formerly known as JSJS Designs and based at Innovation Birmingham Campus, has teamed up with Neonlite Electronic & Lighting (HK) to distribute its range of wireless lighting controls to the firm's distribution network across 84 countries under its 'Ingenium' brand.

AIM-listed LightwaveRF is a specialist in radio frequency technologies and has created the LightwaveRF connected home platform which enables households and businesses to remotely operate and control applications such as lighting, heating and security using smartphones, tablets, PC and MAC applications.

Under the terms of the agreement, Neonlite will manage the full sales, marketing and branding of a wireless lighting control product range including the LightwaveRF wi-fi hub.

Initially targeting key marketsincluding Germany and France the product is expected to roll out to the full Neonlite network during 2015.

The detailed commercial agreement and initial sample orders are expected by the end of September.

LightwaveRF's chief executive Mike Lord said: "As I mentioned in my annual report, we are now focused on international markets as well as the UK and I am pleased that we have had such good progress only a short time later.

"We expect that the impact of this agreement will substantially grow our existing volumes."

Neonlite market its products under the Megaman brand, a high-performance, energy-efficient lighting lamp design.

Megaman products are widely distributed throughout the world, including Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East, Africa and South America, covering more than 90 countries.

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