pureLiFi at the forefront of emerging LiFi industry in 2017 with the fastest, smallest most secure systems on the market Further global expansion planned in 2017 with a customer base that includes market leaders such as Cisco and BT. Edinburgh, xx January 2017 – pureLiFi, the tech firm pioneering LiFi technology that aims to revolutionise the future of wireless networks, moves into its next phase of growth in 2017.
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.
Imagine a world where every LED light could connect you to the internet. Imagine LiFi we invite you to meet pureLiFi at Mobile World Congress from 27th Feb – 2nd March 2017, Barcelona (Hall 7 Stand 7B31). Experience the future of wireless communications through light. This is an exciting opportunity for us to demonstrate: The world’s first LiFi integrated luminaire The world’s smallest and fastest LiFi dongle Fluid
Professor Harald Haas, CSO of pureLiFi and Professor of Mobile Communications at the University of Edinburgh, has received the International Solid State Lighting Alliance (ISA) Award for Outstanding Achievement in Beijing, China this November. The award, presented at the 13th International Forum on Solid State Lighting, relates to Professor Haas’s contribution to diversify the applications of solid state lighting (SS
Singapore government’s IMDA opens up spectrum for LiFi trials Singapore takes global lead in emerging LiFi technology Trials could enhance Singapore’s competitive advantage Edinburgh, 30th November 2016 – pureLiFi, the Edinburgh based tech firm pioneering LiFi technology that will revolutionise the future of wireless networks, has been working closely with Singapore’s Info-communications Development Media Authority
Apple looks set to include a li-fi capability in future versions of the iPhone, meaning it can access high-speed data using lighting. The backing of a tech giant like Apple would transform the technology from scientific curiousity into a mainstream technique for accessing the internet, and provide a huge boost to the lighting industry. Read the rest of the article here.