Lucibel develops bi-directional Li-Fi system

Thursday 17 September 2015 | 09:05 CET | News
French construction company Sogeprom will install at its Paris headquarters a bi-directional Li-Fi light which could soon equip schools, hospitals and bank branches to deliver secure wireless internet connections, with no health risk, writes 01net. The product was developed by French lighting systems manufacturer Lucibel. Light Fidelity technology. Project director Edouard Lebrun said this is a first in Europe. Until now all of the proposed solutions were unidirectional and used low bandwidth, basically for location purposes. Lucibel sees its technology as a real alternative to Wi-Fi. He

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Lucibel
Countries: France / World
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