LiFi (Light fidelity) was developed by Professor Harald Haas from the University of Edinburgh. In lab experiments, researchers have achieved remarkable speed of 224 GB per second. Li-Fi transmits data using Visible Light Communication.
LiFi is a super fast alternate to WiFi Technology, which has been tested and proved in real world testing. It has been proved to end data up to 224 GB per second. LiFi has the capacity to transfigure the internet usage.
LiFi has been under trial in the real world, office tests in regions like Tallin, Estonia, resulting to achieve 1 GB per second, which is 100-times faster than current Wi-Fi.