Light Rider is introducing four strategic product lines into the marketplace that will help individuals, businesses, cities, and governments prepare for the coming quantum revolution. Their four primary product lines cover everything from everyday encryption to connected cities, and it all starts with our first two encryption products, Light Rider LT and Light Rider Quantum coming up in late 2020.
“Traditional methods and technologies are full of vulnerabilities, so we created Light Rider to design and develop products that would enable the most secure network encryption possible,” said Tony Lawrence, CEO, and founder of Light Rider. “There is a global race to operationalise quantum technology, meaning those inflicting cyber threats will have access to this superior technology. Our mission at Light Rider is to equip businesses, organisations, and individuals with powerful, quantum Li-Fi technology that will protect their data, as we strive to create products that are un-hackable.
Light Rider’s first two products, Light Rider LT and Light Rider Quantum will be available in 2020 with more products on the way. Their LT and Quantum products are plug and play encryption systems that can protect your connected devices right out of the box. This first step is a quantum leap for those looking for a next-generation encryption system that can deliver unparalleled protection on the go.
Light Rider Products
The first two products, Light Rider LT and Light Rider Quantum will be the first quantum encryption products for individual users to hit the market.
LIGHT RIDER LT
Perfect for home and individual use, Light Rider LT uses quantum software to create the encrypted networking space you need. Simply plug in the Access Point into a USB port or wall outlet and then connect one of the USB Access Dongles to your laptop to begin. A quick start prompt will then guide you through configuring your Light Rider system. All you need to do is ensure that your laptop, Access Point, and Access Dongle are all in the same room and you’ll be set up in no time. Perfect for Home use and individuals.
LIGHT RIDER QUANTUM
Perfect for protecting the most vital of information for small, medium, or enterprise uses, Light Rider Quantum uses built-in quantum encryption via a quantum chip to create the encrypted networking space you need. Simply plug in the Access Point into a USB port or wall outlet and then connect one of the USB Access Dongles to your laptop to begin. A quick start prompt will then guide you through configuring your Light Rider system. All you need to do is ensure that your laptop, Access Point, and Access Dongle are all in the same room and you’ll be set up in no time. Perfect for offices, businesses, campuses
THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN THE LT AND QUANTUM VERSIONS?
Light Rider has only just begun launching new quantum and quantum LiFi products into the market. Currently, the LT and Quantum products serve as quantum encryption systems for your computer and do not utilize LiFi for Internet connectivity. Future Light Rider products will actually create a quantum encrypted LiFi system with quantum-integrated light bulbs that will create a fortress of secure communications in your home or office. Our current product sets are focused on fast and simple quantum encryption right out of the box. The LT version uses quantum software for encryption, the Quantum version contains an actual quantum chip, the most secure encryption method available that leverages onboard processing capabilities for lightning-fast encryption.
You can preorder their first two products at the following link if you are based in the United
What is Li-Fi?
Li-Fi, also known as “Light Fidelity” is a wireless optical networking technology, which uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) to transmit data. In 2011, professor Harald Haas made a Li-Fi demonstration at the TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) Global Talk on Visible Light Communication (VLC):
VLC uses light as a medium to deliver high-speed communication like Wi-Fi and complies with the IEEE standard IEEE 802.15.7. The IEEE 802.15.7 is a high-speed, bidirectional, and fully networked wireless communication technology-based standard similar to Wi-Fi’s IEEE 802.11.
How does Li-Fi work?
Li-Fi is a high speed, bidirectional, and fully networked wireless communication of data using light. Li-Fi constitutes of several light bulbs that form a wireless network.
When an electrical current goes through to a LED light bulb, a stream of light (photons) emits from the lamp. LED bulbs are semiconductor devices, which means that the brightness of the light flowing through them can change at extremely high speeds. The signal is sent by modulating the light at different rates. The signal can then be received by a detector which interprets the changes in light intensity (the signal) as data. Also when the LED is ON, you transmit a digital 1, and when it is OFF, you transmit a 0.