Li-Fi technology that uses LED lighting instead of radio waves to transmit data, will now use laser-based lighting, that will transmit data rate ten times faster. Laser-based Li-Fi will have better light output than LED. As LEDs use phosphors to give white light, laser lighting will create white light by mixing the output of several lasers operating at different wavelengths. Each wavelength can be used as a separate data channel. These wavelengths let optical telecommunications carry a lot of data. While LED-based Li-Fi could reach data rates of 10 Gb/s, an improvement over the 7 Gb/s maximum of Wi-Fi, using lasers could boost that speed to beyond 100 Gb/s.