Fulham is a global provider of intelligent, sustainable commercial lighting components and electronics for use in commercial general lighting, parking structure, signage, horticultural, UV, and other applications. The company develops and manufactures a variety of LED and emergency products, as well as legacy products across multiple lighting platforms. Fulham sells its lighting solutions worldwide through original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) and electrical equipment distribution channels. Fulham was founded in 2008 and is based in Hawthorne, California.
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Semiconductors, Chips, and Advanced Electronics
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Fulham has filed 19 patents.
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Wireless networking, Lighting, Network protocols, Home automation, Serial buses
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Jan 28, 2023
Home / Sports /January 10 transfer deadline major flops: Chelsea striker Fernando Torres, Man United cult hero Eric Djemba-Djemba and West Ham ‘mistake’ Benni McCarthy January 10 transfer deadline major flops: Chelsea striker Fernando Torres, Man United cult hero Eric Djemba-Djemba and West Ham ‘mistake’ Benni McCarthy smsmalex 13 mins ago 169 Premier League clubs are still scrambling to complete their business in the final week of the January transfer window. The winter market has always been a time of extreme panic buying from England’s elite clubs as they seek to correct a failing season. Chelsea spent a then-record amount to sign Fernando Torres from Liverpool Chelsea have already splashed out over £200million on six players this month after falling to tenth in the division. Mykhailo Mudryk looked sharp on his debut while Joao Felix was sent off but in truth, it’s far too early to judge the future of all the newcomers. The Blues have been burned by costly flops in the past, but they are not the only clubs to have lost a lot of time, effort and, worst of all, money in the winter market. Here, talkSPORT.com takes a look at some of the worst offenders… Fernando Torres We haven’t seen the murderous Spaniard who terrorized Liverpool defenders after his £50million move to Stamford Bridge in January 2011. He scored just 20 goals in 110 league games for Chelsea and who can forget that horrible open goal miss against Manchester United in the first year of his spell. Torres would eventually win the FA Cup, Champions League and Europa League with the Blues, but he remained a shadow of his former self. Torres missed an open goal against Man United Getty Andy Carroll The Newcastle striker ended up at Anfield after Liverpool scrambled to find a late replacement for Torres on a busy deadline day in 2011. The Reds spent £35m of the £50m Chelsea had just given them to make Carroll the most expensive British footballer in history. He scored just 11 goals in 58 games in all competitions before leaving for West Ham. Liverpool scored a double whammy for Carroll and Luis Suarez on deadline day Getty Konstantinos Mitroglou The Greece international was brought to England for £12m in January 2014 as Fulham unsuccessfully fought relegation from the Premier League. To say that its impact is negligible is an exaggeration; he only managed one start and two substitute appearances for the West Londoners. Mitroglou then returned to Olympiakos on a season-long loan for the 2014/15 campaign to let Fulham fight for the Championship without him. Konstantinos Mitroglou went from Fulham’s record signing to one of their biggest flops Chris Samba Samba’s record £12.5million transfer to QPR in January 2013 was a declaration of intent by Harry Redknapp and owner Tony Fernandes. The centre-back was signed by Russian side Anzhi Makhachkala in hopes of turning the tide after the club’s disastrous start to the season. Yet Samba couldn’t keep QPR in the Premier League, his most memorable moment being his row with the fans after a disastrous performance against Fulham before returning to his former club in the summer. Samba was definitely not the answer for QPR in their bid to avoid relegation Ravel Morisson Sir Alex Ferguson told Sam Allardyce of Morrison when he signed him on deadline day 2012: “A brilliant footballer. Brilliant ability. First-class capability. Must move away from Manchester and start a new life. To Morrison’s credit, he first took his chance at the start of the 2013/14 campaign after a productive loan spell at Birmingham City. He scored West Ham’s goal of the season in a 3-0 win over Tottenham before things turned sour and he was loaned out to Queens Park Rangers for the second half of this campaign. Morrison eventually left the east London side in February 2015 after his contract was terminated. Early signs were promising for Ravel Morrison at West Ham Getty Images Juan Cuadrado Cuadrado failed to make an impression at Stamford Bridge following his £21million move from Fiorentina in January 2015. The 34-year-old was one of the stars of the 2014 World Cup for Colombia but never really had a chance under Jose Mourinho. Cuadrado made just 15 outings for Chelsea before spending two years on loan at Juventus – eventually making the move permanent in 2017. Juan Cuadrado only played 15 times for Chelsea after Mourinho signed him in 2015 Afonso Alves The Brazilian seemed to have been Middlesbrough’s man to solve his problems in front of goal when he arrived from Heerenveen for £12.5million in 2008. Alves scored six times in his first 11 league outings, but his four-goal return on the aggregate of the 2008–09 season failed to keep the club in the top flight. Boro was relegated, Gareth Southgate was soon sacked, but not before Alves jumped ship to join Al-Sadd in Qatar that summer. Alves was hugely prolific in the Netherlands but only scored four goals in the 2008/09 season Benjani Mwaruwari Harry Redknapp tells the famous story that he had to shove Benjani on a plane to Man City when Portsmouth were offered almost £5m for his services. The Zimbabwean managed to score on his derby debut but only managed two more all season – including one against his former club. He was loaned out to Sunderland before his contract with City expired in 2010 after just 31 games and soon found himself at Blackburn. Benjani failed to find his form at Portsmouth after joining Man City Eric Djemba-Djemba The Cameroonian went down in Man United folklore as one of the club’s worst signings during his 18 months at Old Trafford. So it’s hard to understand what Aston Villa were thinking when they paid £1.5million to sign him on deadline day in 2005. Unsurprisingly, Djemba-Djemba only played 11 league games for the Villains before being loaned out to Burnley and his contract terminated. Djemba-Djemba has been tipped as the next Roy Keane Getty Images – Getty Benni McCarthy McCarthy made 14 appearances and failed to score a goal for West Ham following his £2.2million move from Blackburn Rovers on Deadline Day 2010. The South African also fell out with the club hierarchy during his year after being fined £200,000 for not adhering to a weight loss regime. Hammers vice-chairman Karren Brady added insult to injury after calling his signing a “big big mistake”, as reported by Sky Sports. Benni McCarthy has been fined by West Ham for being overweight during his short spell at the club Keep up to date with all the latest news, rumors and gossip with our live transfer blog talkSPORT BET DEAL OF THE DAY Get up to €40 free bets* – CLAIM HERE 18+ New customers only. 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Fulham Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Fulham founded?
Fulham was founded in 2008.
Where is Fulham's headquarters?
Fulham's headquarters is located at 12705 South Van Ness Ave, Hawthorne.
What is Fulham's latest funding round?
Fulham's latest funding round is Management Buyout.
How much did Fulham raise?
Fulham raised a total of $10M.
Who are the investors of Fulham?
Investors of Fulham include Graycliff Partners, Management Buyout (MBO) and Braemar Energy Ventures.
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