Globalworth, an office-focused developer in Poland and Romania, has installed LiFi in its offices in Spektrum Tower, Warsaw. The firm has worked with Signify, formerly known as Philips Lighting, to improve the use of the office buildings managed by the company. Lightwave wireless communication technology, known as LiFi or ‘light fidelity’, is similar to WiFi.Read more
Velmenni is glad to be a part of Light Communications Alliance formed by Global Industry Leaders to promote new wireless technologies enabling Light Communications. Light Communications technologies complement and enhance 5G wireless communications and other radio frequency technologies such as Wi-Fi. By utilising its greater available spectrum, light can be used to deliver larger amounts of dataRead more
Scottish LiFi pioneer pureLiFi has teamed up with communications and lighting leaders to form a global association called the Light Communications Alliance (LCA) with the aim to develop and refine LiFi’s key use cases while driving standards for this emerging industry. Along with pureLiFi, the founding members of the LCA include Nokia, Emirates Integrated TelecommunicationsRead more
A word that seems strangely familiar, LiFi, is a form of technology that may see widespread use soon. You may confuse it with WiFi, but no, they are not the same, in fact, LiFi is the big brother in the family. In this article, you will find out just what is LiFi, as well asRead more
In case you haven’t heard of the term yet, “LiFi” is short for Light Fidelity and refers to the modulation of light in order to wirelessly stream data. It is similar to WiFi as the modulation of radio waves, which is light at an invisible wavelength. LiFi technology is also sometimes referred to asRead more
Signify launches Trulifi: the world’s most reliable, high-speed commercial LiFi systems Highly reliable, secure, high-speed wireless communication that leverages existing and future lighting infrastructure Aimed at professional markets, including offices, hospitality, retail, industry and healthcare Two new customers announced at launch Eindhoven, Netherlands – The worlds of lighting and telecommunications converged today. Signify(Euronext: LIGHT), theRead more
Your humble editor attended the 2nd Annual Global LiFi Congress in Paris this week and left with four consensus takeaways: · Not a question of If LiFi will become mass market, the question is when · Costs must come down · The industry must agree on a standard for mass adoption · The dongle mustRead more
In-flight internet — if and when an airline offers it — is often unreliable and slow. Oledcomm wants to take things up a notch by making high-speed LiFi available on Air France and KLM flights. The French tech company will equip a reproduction of a medium-haul plane with LiFiMAX at the International Paris Air Show. Winners ofRead more
Li-Fi stands for Light Fidelity, which is an advanced technique that utilizes the method of light communication set up of radio waves in Wi-Fi technology. It is a dual directional, well networked, and fast paced optical wireless communication technique. This technology utilizes ultraviolet rays, infrared radiation, and visible spectrum for its operation. The thought behindRead more
In case you haven’t heard of the term yet, “LiFi” is short for Light Fidelity and refers to the modulation of light in order to wirelessly stream data. It is similar to WiFi as the modulation of radio waves, which is light at an invisible wavelength. LiFi technology is also sometimes referred to as “VisibleRead more
When I first read about LiFi (wifi where light is used instead of radio waves), I started imagining a whole new and bright future equipped with potentially hundreds of GHz of available frequency and Terabits flowing to and from my devices. The world would definitely be a much better place, with internet a thousand times fasterRead more
In the early days of the internet, people connected to the web via a dial-up connection. Many of us remember the days of that loud modem noise followed by a cheerily robotic voice informing us that we got mail.
Radio spectrum, the backbone of 3G, 4G, 5G, Wi-fi, bluetooth, radio and television networks and broadcasting, is getting crowded, especially in densely-populated cities like Hong Kong and Singapore.