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The impact LiFi will have on technology



Our increasingly connected world is in the midst of a huge problem: a rapidly growing number of users, devices and services competing for a limited radio frequency (RF) spectrum. The issue is that this spectrum, which includes 3G, 4G, 5G, WiFi and Bluetooth, is a finite resource, with analysts anticipating that it will cover only 5% of capacity demand in the coming years.

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Alistair Banham is CEO at pureLiFi.

Cue ‘LiFi’, a technology that uses part of the visible light portion of the electromagnetic spectrum to transmit information at very high speeds. LiFi is already having an impact on the connectivity and lighting landscapes, principally because it can provide the right ecosystem that can tackle the connectivity challenges of the new digital age and enable the billions of smart devices that are shaping how we communicate, work and ultimately, live our lives.

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