Verizon, Nokia & Aegex Technologies host event where LiFi shows it can sustain communications during a subway attack Atlanta, Ga. USA. (14th June 2017) — pureLiFi, global tech firm and leaders in LiFi technology that aims to revolutionise the future of wireless networks, has been working alongside, Verizon, Nokia and Aegex Technologies, to demonstrate how LiFi can perform under disaster situations providing
Architectural Lighting Magazine has profiled LiFi in their annual Product Issue. They provide background and advice for lighting designers and architects wanting to incorporate LiFi into their projects. They discuss what LiFi actually is, the use cases for LiFi today the potential applications for tomorrow. They also cover what designers should be looking for when choosing LiFi technology to work with. Great tips cov
pureLiFi co-founder and CSO has been named on of Scotlands 200 voices by The Scotsman Professor Harald Haas has been named one of The Scotsman’s 200 Voices. The 200 voices campaign, features both the famous and those not in the public eye that have made a remarkable contribution to Scotland or have a unique insight into Scottish life today. If you are having trouble with the above links,read more at: http://bit.ly/2p
In the latest issue of Land Mobile Magazine, our CEO Alistair Banham talked about what it takes to grab the reigns of a promising young technology company and drive an innovative team towards unleashing truly disruptive wireless communications. Alistair Banham is not the new kid on the block. He comes with more than 30 years of experience in the semiconductor industry taking leading roles at companies like Philips, a
We’re pleased to announce that Digital Trends have awarded pureLiFi the Mobile World Congress “Cool Tech” Award. Digital Trends journalist Simon Hill Says “PureLiFi continues to work on miniaturizing the technology, improving the power efficiency, and boosting the speed, and we expect to see it evolve beyond dongles to be integrated into devices like smartphones in the next few years. This exc
BT has recently opened up about testing new LiFi technology and pureLiFi is providing them with the systems they require. This tier 1 telecoms provider has spoken to journalist Dan Worth from V3.co.uk about ongoing projects within their R&D centre at Adastral Park. Projects include IoT, 3D printing and LiFi. You can read the full report here. http://bit.ly/BT-pureLiFi
On Sunday the 5th of February the Sunday Times asked the question; what should the UK be doing to support University spin-outs to grow and be the next Google or Apple? pureLiFi was at the centre of this article and referenced as an example of a company currently undergoing growth in the UK.
Wi-Fi networks dependent on radio waves are growing more congested all the time—and can’t be used everywhere—so various researchers and companies are betting light waves from LED lamps and overheads can also stream data and connect people to the internet. So-called Li-Fi technology, which uses a much more abundant slice of the wireless spectrum, is also more energy-efficient than Wi-Fi, though for now people need a s