pureLiFi has been shortlisted as one of the finalists for the Scottish Business Awards: Technology Company of the Year. It is competing against Edinburgh-based Unicorns, fantasy gaming outfit FanDuel and flight search engine Skyscanner, cloud computing specialist Brightsolid, retail software company Intelligent Point of Sale, design agency MadeBrave, personalised shopping app Mallzee, and apps developer SwarmOnline.
We are pleased to announce that pureLiFi is a finalist in the competition to find the UK’s Most Innovative Small Cyber Security Company 2015 run by the Cyber Growth Partnership (in association with The Department for Business, Innovation & Skills, techUK, and the Future Technologies Network). The four finalists will have a pitch-off on the main stage at InfoSec Europe on June 4 at Olympia in London. Infosecurity
The event was aimed at increasing the collaboration between various companies that are part of the mobile wireless ecosystem, including network providers, Tier 1 operators, network security, testing equipment providers, application developers, etc. A number of key-note speeches addressed various aspects of the mobile ecosystem and the evolution of mobile communications. The show was a fantastic opportunity to meet ex
pureLiFi’s Chief Operating Officer, Dr. Harald Burchardt, was an invited speaker at the “Spectrum 2025” event organized by Light Reading where he discussed the role that LiFi can play in the mobile networks of the future. Harald presented the concept of LiFi to an audience focused on addressing the coming spectrum crunch alongside speakers such as Steward Timerman, Director of the Defense Spectrum O
Edinburgh, 19 January 2015 – pureLiFi, the light communications technology company that leads the market in research and commercialisation of Li-Fi, has raised £1.5 million in its latest round of investment. Valuing the 2012 University of Edinburgh spin-out at over £14 million, a VC funding round is in process and the company expects to make a related announcement on additional funding during the second half of 2015.
Big Data, according to Gartmer, is high-volume, high-velocity and high-variety information assets that demand cost-effective, innovative forms of information processing for enhanced insight and decision making. Closely associated with Big Data is the Internet of Things (IoT). These two aspects will change business models in every industry. The problem is simple, how to best use large data sets to supplement or transi
It’s no secret that LEDs have revolutionized the lighting industry. In recent years, the color quality has matched industry standards and the lifetime of the devices has forced a wave of revolutionary thinking in both lighting design and value propositions. The old replacement based business model has been a difficult legacy to bare for incumbent players. Recently, Lux Magazine has shed some light surrounding s
The Internet of Things (IoT) is arguably the most anticipated technological revolution since the Industrial Revolution. The ways in which the simple internal combustion engine and electricity have changed our lives would have been unimaginable to even the greatest minds of the 19th century. So what can we expect when we connect the world? What will happen when sensors dominate our society? The IoT is expected to have
As concerns about the risks of cyber attacks grow at all levels of society, Edinburgh-based visible light communications specialist pureLiFi is one of the companies leading the way on a technology that could revolutionize network security. Dr. Nikola Serafimovski, Director of Product Marketing, and Dr. Harald Burchardt, Director of Product Management, met with MoD Defence Contracts Bulletin features writer Gemma Gaug