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pureLiFi demos Li-Flame at MWC 2015

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 existing and new pureLiFi partners that share the vision of true LiFi delivering high speed, bidirectional, mobile and networked wireless communications using light with discussions focused on the deployment of the technology.

pureLiFi demonstrated the Li-Flame in action, live, at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, 2 – 5 March at the Scottish Development International stand.

http://youtu.be/YSD67awu6-k

The white ceiling units are the LiFi access point. They connect to the standard, off-the-shelf, LED lights as well as to the network. The black desktop units are the LiFi stations. They connect to the laptop via a standard USB2.0 or USB3.0. The Li-Flame allows multiple users to connect to the same light and receive different data in both the downlink and the uplink. The system also allows users to move from one light source to the next without losing their network connection.

http://youtu.be/Q3mmMTpyowc

A couple of user reactions:

http://youtu.be/2YGJk1IgaqA

http://youtu.be/qNY3r6ESnL8

Nikola worked with major companies in the area of Li-Fi technology and commercialisation, leading the creation and cultivation of the Li-Fi ecosystem, marketing, sales and standrdization. His experience with T-Mobile and T-Home in Macedonia focused on mobile network deployment and analysis as well as database app development. Nikola worked for the UK-China Science Bridges project to successfully demonstrate the world’s first practical implementation of the Spatial Modulation MIMO concept. He received a BSc in electrical engineering and computer science and an MSc in communications, system and electronics, both from Jacobs University Bremen, Germany. Nikola earned his PhD in digital communications and signal processing from the University of Edinburgh.
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  3. sirajkrm00@gmail.com'
    Kraiem Sirajeddine Reply
    hi Nikola, i'm a big fan for this work, for professor Haas, for this technology & for everything here. i'm working on this technology by understanding it in the first place & building a prototype, but i need to know how can i get the products of pureLi-Fi (Li1st,Li-Flame) for a personnal use (experiments etc...) ? i have the money & ireally need to know. thank you very very much ^_^
    • Nikola Serafimovski Reply
      Thank you very much for your interest Kraiem. Unfortunately, due to high demand, the products are not yet available to the general public. Please continue to visit our website for period updates on our product availability.
  4. BILL@CCDUSA.NET'
    BILL Y. Reply
    I AM A SIMPLE MILITARY VETERAN AND CABINET DESIGNER BUT, WHEN I SEE A TECHNOLOGY SUCH AS THIS, CAPABLE OF ENHANCING THE WORLDS COMMUNICATION PATHWAYS AS WE KNOW IT, I GET EXCITED. CONGRATULATIONS ON YOUR TECHNOLOGY. TO THINK THIS TECHNOLOGY COULD BRING COMMUNICATION ABILITIES TO THE FAR ENDS OF THE EARTH AND BACK IS AMAZING. I LOOK FORWARD TO SEEING YOU ON THE COVER OF TIME MAGAZINE. DO YOU HAVE PLANS FOR AN IPO? I AM ALWAYS LOOKING FOR A GREAT COMPANY TO INVEST IN, THAT HAS THE CAPABILITIES TO ATTRIBUTE SO MUCH GOOD TO THE PLANET.
  5. marcos@executrain-qro.com'
    Jose Robledo Reply
    Hello Nikola, While doing a research about new technologies a came across this LiFi technology. I wonder if you know if there are some companies that have implemented this technology and are using it now. And how much expensive it could be for a company to implement a technology like this. I apreciate if you could tell me about the cost-benefit of implementing a technology like this in a corporative enviroment. Thank you so much.
    • Nikola Serafimovski Reply
      Hello Jose, pureLiFi is offering the Li-Flame and Li-1st products to industrial partners. The cost of the solution depends on the environment and particular use. If you would like to work with us, please send us a short description of your organization either on the contact form or on info at purelifi dot com Thank you for your interest!
  6. jaa0829@gmail.com'
    Jillian Anderson Reply
    I am doing a research project on this technology for my computer networks class and my professor is very impressed with this technology. I believe this technology will almost make Wi-Fi obsolete. When this company goes public I am going to invest my savings into this. I refuse to miss out on this technology revolution.
    • Nikola Serafimovski Reply
      Thank you for your support Jillian! No wireless technology has ever replaced the previous one. Instead, they complement each other and serve specific use-cases.
  7. tarek@rzco.net'
    Tarek Belghith Reply
    Hi Nikola, I was sure that one day, continuous research efforts will lead to such solution that allows the use of the visible spectrum of light in data transmission. The digital era of the industry has started and such capabilities will be leveraged by a hungry applications and deployments, with a worldwide data explosion in all verticals. I would like to be in touch with you guys to play a role in taking this at a global level and reaching one of the humanity goals : Ubiquity ! (connected anytime, anywhere) Congratulations, Keep going :)
    • Nikola Serafimovski Reply
      Hi Tarek, thank you very much for the vote of confidence! Please contact us via our contact form to indicate what specifically would interest you.

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