Li fi can deliver internet access 100 times faster than traditional wi fi offering speeds of up to 1Gbps gigabit per second It requires a light source such as a standard LED bulb an internet connection and a photo detector It was tested this week by Estonian start up Velmenni in Tallinn Velmenni used a li fi enabled light bulb to transmit data at speeds of 1Gbps Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224Gbps It was tested in an office to allow workers to access the internet and in an industrial space where it provided a smart lighting solution

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Li-fi can deliver internet access 100 times faster than traditional wi-fi, offering speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second).
It requires a light source, such as a standard LED bulb, an internet connection and a photo detector.
It was tested this week by Estonian start-up Velmenni, in Tallinn.
Velmenni used a li-fi-enabled light bulb to transmit data at speeds of 1Gbps. Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224Gbps.
It was tested in an office, to allow workers to access the internet and in an industrial space, where it provided a smart lighting solution.

#WiFi #LiFi #Business #Technology #Innovations

#TechNews

Li-fi can deliver internet access 100 times faster than traditional wi-fi, offering speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second).
It requires a light source, such as a standard LED bulb, an internet connection and a photo detector.
It was tested this week by Estonian start-up Velmenni, in Tallinn.
Velmenni used a li-fi-enabled light bulb to transmit data at speeds of 1Gbps. Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224Gbps.
It was tested in an office, to allow workers to access the internet and in an industrial space, where it provided a smart lighting solution.

#WiFi #LiFi #Business #Technology #Innovations

#TechNews Li-fi can deliver internet access 100 times faster than traditional wi-fi, offering speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second). It requires a light source, such as a standard LED bulb, an internet connection and a photo detector. It was tested this week by Estonian start-up Velmenni, in Tallinn. Velmenni used a li-fi-enabled light bulb to transmit data at speeds of 1Gbps. Laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224Gbps. It was tested in an office, to allow workers to access the internet and in an industrial space, where it provided a smart lighting solution. #WiFi #LiFi #Business #Technology #Innovations

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