Midstream Lighting acquires Hyperion

Midstream Lighting acquires Hyperion

The U.K.’s Midstream Lighting has bolstered its horticultural lighting offerings, acquiring Britain’s Hyperion Grow Lights for an undisclosed amount. The move marks the second change of hands for Hyperion in the last three years.

Privately held Midstream is combining Hyperion’s latest luminaires with its existing horticultural line — including The Flare — and will sell them under the “Hyperion by Midstream Lighting” banner, a Midstream spokesperson told LEDs Magazine. The company completed the acquisition in September and announced it last week.

Hyperion, which spun out of Plymouth, England–based Plessey Semiconductors in December 2019, has now folded as a company. It had most recently been based in Cardiff, Wales, according to U.K. business registry Companies House.

Jonathan Barton, who was Hyperion’s managing director and before that ran the horticultural group at Plessey, joins as Midstream’s head of horticulture, reporting to the London-based company’s co-founder and commercial director Yuli Grig, the spokesperson said.

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