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Monday, November 30, 2015

Li-Fi Technology As A Future Version of Networking

Li-Fi Probably Won’t Be The New Wi-Fi For Most People (+Video)

Nitish Kulkarni | November 29, 2015

Long restricted to the academic domain, Li-Fi, a light-based data delivery method is suddenly getting all sorts of attention. An Estonian startup Velmenni recently tested an commercial implementation and found it to be superior to Wi-Fi in almost every way – except as something you and I will probably ever use.
Velmenni’s technology, called Jungru, uses an LED bulb and transmits data at gigabit speed. It has a theoretical speed of 224 gigabytes per second, the BBC reported. 


<more at; related links: (+Video) (Li-Fi has just been tested in the real world, and it's 100 times faster than Wi-Fi. Sorry, Wi-Fi. We had some good times together. November 24, 2015) and (Li-Fi Uses Lightbulbs To Deliver Broadband 100 Times Faster, But Don’t Throw Out Your Wi-Fi Router. November 29, 2015)>

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