Nano-techpower is looking at Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) technology compatibilties with our battery technologies within PoE IEEE standards, which find its applications Wimax Base station, fixed devices, and house appliances.
The PoE referes to a transmission of electrical power along with data to remote devices over standard twisted-pair in an Ethernet Network Architecture. PoE is practical for powering IP Telephones, Wireless LAN Access points (Wi-Fi), Security Remote Area Webcamera, Ethernet Hubs, Embedded Computers, and other appliances, where it would be inconvenient, expensive where wiring in a building or a remote area must be done by qualified and licensed electricians for legal or insurance reasons or infeasible to supply power separately.
Digital Wireless Telecom., Inc. business strategists look at this technology as a great marketing tool to expedite the deployment of Broadband Access in remote, and under-developed rural areas, as a bundle with powering house appliances, and devices as well as powering up hydraulic pumps to bring clean drinkable water to remote houses in small communities. In particular in developing countries where power infrastructure are expensive to deploy, and are not wide spread as it is common here in the developed countries.
The Business case make a perfect sense for a small pop concentration 3,000+ in the US, agricultural areas and small hospitals and clinics serving such small areas and villages. It is also a perfect back up power in an emergency, and security surveillance situation as long as the reliability of the Newtork is in the four(nine's) 99.99%.
Our Technology and future IEEE standards, nano-techpower, and Digital Wireless Teelcom., Inc. work closely to stay on top of the new developments and new standards to meet and be compatible with them hardware and software wise. A New task force was formed on September 2005 to look into a new IEEE standars known as PoE+, or IEEE802.3at.The draft standard describes extending the IEEE Power over Ethernet by using all four pairs of standard Ethernet category 5 cable to provide up to 56 watts of power. The higher power available with this future standard should make self-powered equipment with higher power requirements such as WiMAX transmitters, pan-tilt-zoom cameras, videophones and thin client possible (a Thin Client is a client computer or client software in a client–server architecture networks which depends primarily on the central server for processing activities, and mainly focuses on conveying input and output between the user and the remote server. In contrast, a thick or fat client does as much processing as possible and passes only data for communications and storage to the server.
The 802.3at Task Force objectives are along the following lines:
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