Zumtobel Steps into LiFi Business with pureLiFi

Zumtobel announced that it has teamed up with pureLiFi, the UK-based LiFi company spun off from the University of Edinburgh, to empower its LED solution with capacity of data transmission.

With the partnership, Zumtobel installed pureLiFi’s system with its LED lights. The trial will allow Zumtobel to evaluate the market demand for the technology over the coming months. Then the company aims to leverage LiFi to create value for lead adopters from industries such as medical, defence, industrial and manufacturing.


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Alfred Felder, Zumtobel Group CEO, said, “LiFi enabled by Zumtobel allows to step into the next era of wireless communications. Compared to standard radio technology or cellular such as Wi-Fi, LiFi can transmit at multiple gigabits, is more reliable, virtually interference free and uniquely more secure. We believe that in an increasingly interconnected digital world LiFi will play a decisive role in moving our industry into the era of digital light.”

Next week at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, pureLiFi will be exhibiting Zumtobel LED technology alongside their next generation LiFi solutions. The exhibition will include a showcase of gigabit ready LiFi components in exciting commercial form factors, demonstrating LiFi is ready for commercial adoption.

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