Project “LASCO” is the codename for one of the most highly anticipated launches that the telecoms sector has likely ever seen, using “Light Fidelity” or LiFi technology to provide ultra-fast internet connectivity without the need for routers or data plans.
“LASCO” stands for “Laser Connection” and similarly to fibre-optic cables, Project LASCO uses very narrow, invisible beams of light to deliver high speed, low latency connectivity. Backed by the likes of Elon Musk (via Starlink and Tesla) and Google (Via Alphabet Ventures and Home) LASCO is the most exciting innovation in the telecoms sector since the launch of the world wide web.
A series of transmitters and access points located around cities, towns and villages send and receive data requests using precise, invisible lasers that can reach up to 10 km and transmit at speeds up to 20 GBytes per second. The lasers are encoded with data that is translated into binary code and then transmitted via the 2.4 GHz frequency to any connected device (all current mobile phones and laptops have 2.4 GHz connectivity).
The best thing about LASCO is that it is entirely Peer to Peer (P2P). The transmitters and access points are hosted by the public at their home or office with rewards issued based on the volume of data exchanged between the transmitter, access point and connected devices. Each device is expected to provide ROI within 30 days.