Li-Fi – 200 Gbps via your room light

Li-Fi – 200 Gbps via your room light

Thijs Beckers @ has some great news about the Li-Fi technology:

The French company Oledcomm displayed its technology at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (22-25 Feb 2016), where a smart phone is connected to the Internet using only an LED lamp, which reaches a connection speed that is a 100 times faster than the current Wi-Fi standard. The ‘Li-Fi’-connection, Li-Fi means ‘light fidelity’, achieves, in laboratory situations, speeds of more than 200 Gbps, in theory fast enough to send the data contents of 23 DVDs in one second, according to Oledcomm founder Suat Topsu (according to our calculations 200 Gbps comes closer to 5 DVDs, but that aside).

Li-Fi – 200 Gbps via your room light – [Link]

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