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PureLiFi has launched a LiFi system for the home. LiFi at Home has a downlighter that fits into standard GU10 lightbulb fittings. Credit: PureLiFi

LiFi comes to life

Laser-based technology and sophisticated modulation schemes could help deliver on future demands for high data volumes, finds Andy Extance

pureLiFi CEO Alistair Banham with Jimmy Williamson, executive director at the Scottish National Investment Bank. (Image: pureLifi)

pureLiFi secures £10m to rollout LiFi on global scale

The investment will enable pureLiFi to further develop new technologies while opening up additional markets in areas such as mobile phones, tablets and wearables

LiFi is a wireless technology that uses light rather than radio frequencies to transmit data. (Image: PureLiFi)

First consumer LiFi ecosystem demonstrated

The demonstration featured connected systems including a downlighter, a smartphone, a smart TV and an AR Headset

LiFi (light fidelity) enables the communication of data at exceptionally high speeds via led lighting. (Image: Shutterstock/Sentavio)

 

World's fastest LiFi system developed

The innovation was demonstrated for automotive and consumer applications at CES last week

Fraunhofer is involved in li-fi development; its Gigadock and Hotspot systems use direct line of sight to deliver fast data rates. Image: Fraunhofer

North American Li-Fi market set to reach $2.5 billion by 2030

Growing at a 55 per cent CAGR through the forecast period, the industry is certain to gain a substantial revenue share in the forthcoming years

An application of SLD's laser light source

Kyocera to acquire SLD Laser

California-based SLD Laser was co-founded in 2013 by a group of pioneers in solid state lighting, including Dr Shuji Nakamura (2014 Nobel Laureate in Physics)

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