So last week at ISC West I had the opportunity to meet with two representatives of Narad Networks: Michael Collette, CEO, and Louise Wasilewski, VP, Business Development. They gave me an introduction to their company and what they hope to accomplish.
In a nutshell, Narad's switches and modems makes use of higher frequencies on existing coax cabling, which allows for them to transmit data at a high bandwidth (100 Mbps in each direction) without distorting other data transmissions on the line. One application of this technology (which you can read about on SIW) would be to add or upgrade a video surveillance system for a large housing complex without having the expense of installing new wires.
I'm curious, do you have any thoughts on this technology? Is it something that you'd like to utilize?