Scottish pureLiFi, Nokia and other Big Names Form Light Communications Alliance

Edinburg-based LiFi company pureLiFi has teamed up with other international lighting and communication companies to establish a global association, Light Communications Alliance (LCA), for developing and refining key deployment applications of light communications technologies.

Together with Nokia, Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company (du), LEDVANCE, Liberty Global, Lucibel, LiFi Research & Development Centre, Velmenni, Zero.1, CEA Leti, and Institut Mines-Télécom, pureLiFi becomes a founding member of LCA. The LCA is a non-profit organization, open to membership from all industries spanning both light and communications including chip manufacturers, OEMs, network operators, lighting manufacturers, and light communications innovators.

Light Communication technologies include Light Fidelity (LiFi) and Optical Camera Communications (OCC), both of which have been attracting increased attention over recent years.

pureLiFi noted that founding the association marked a significant milestone in LiFi’s journey to mass market adoption. At this year’s Mobile World Congress pureLiFi demonstrated Gigabit LiFi solutions in form factors small enough to be designed into mobile devices.

Harald Burchardt, CCO of pureLiFi, said, “pureLiFi have deployed LiFi solutions around the world, spanning 24 countries. Our customers want to see the Light Communications ecosystem grow so that they can leverage the opportunities that will arise from global standards, certification and interoperability within this growing market. These are key for LiFi’s mass adoption. The LCA will help deliver the global consistent message our industry demands and be a significant catalyst for the growth of the LiFi market.”

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