Yes, Li-fi offering speeds of up to 1Gbps (gigabit per second), a connection that is boasted to be 100 times faster than the good old wi-fi of today. However, laboratory tests have shown theoretical speeds of up to 224 Gbps.
Li-fi was tested this week by Estonian startup Velmenni, in Tallinn. Li-fi requires a light source, such as a standard LED bulb, an internet connection and a photodetector. The technology could reach consumers "within three to four years.
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Read more about it at: BBC | Photo
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