This week, Philips announced that its LiFi, or Light Fidelity, tech is currently being tested at the offices of Icade, a French real estate investment company. LiFi provides broadband internet through lights, using LEDs to transmit a high-speed connection of up to 30 Mb per second through light waves. Read more at Engadget.
Lucibel , an expert in LED lighting and one of the pioneers of LiFi , and Barrisol, the world leader in stretch ceilings , announce the conclusion of a strategic and commercial partnership to design and offer innovative technological solutions for professional interior design. Read more at VIPress.net
APEX Insight: An alternative power source for cabin electronics is coming to light. “Wireless data from every light.” That’s how Professor Harald Haas of the University of Edinburgh describes Li-Fi, the term he coined for bidirectional visible light communication. Li-Fi uses light waves to transmit data, encoded in changes in brightness too fast to beRead more
LiFi solutions manufacturer Firefly LiFi is utilizing LED technology to introduce low cost 5G wireless bridges to smart city networks offering the best security and high data capacity for indoor and Wireless To The Home (WTTH) outdoor backhaul applications. Read more at Telecoms.
Philips Lighting (Signify) is the First Global Lighting Company to offer LiFi-enabled Luminaires from its Existing Office Lighting Portfolio
Philips is now offering Light Fidelity (LiFi), a technology in which LED lighting provides a broadband Internet connection through light waves. As the lighting company for the Internet of Things, Philips Lighting is the first global lighting company to offer LiFi-enabled luminaires from its existing office lighting portfolio. “LiFi has enormous potential for today’s digital age,” said Olivia Qiu,Read more
In the future, data could flow out of your $400 West Elm sconce like water out of a showerhead at speeds 100 times faster than WiFi. That is, if you’re using a technology called LiFi. “Li-Fi” stands for light fidelity and it’s likely to be the next stage in the natural evolution of in-home wireless internet technology. Before youRead more
So you’ve heard of Wi-Fi. You might even be on Wi-Fi right now. But what if you hate Wi-Fi? What if you are just really, morally opposed to and personally offended by Wi-Fi, but still want wireless internet? Then finally, you have an answer: Li-Fi — internet delivered via infrared light. Li-Fi is not exactlyRead more