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Today: Jun 12, 2024

Fiber + FWA Tech: Bridging the Digital Divide – InCoax

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  • Combining Fiber and FWA Extension Technology is crucial to bridging the digital divide in the US.
  • InCoax’s MoCA Access 2.5 technology repurposes existing coax networks in MDUs for high-speed broadband.

In a bid to bridge the digital divide in the United States, InCoax highlights the importance of combining Fiber and Fixed Wireless Access (FWA) Extension technology. While fiber has been the focus, it alone cannot connect all Americans, making a combination of fiber and FWA networks essential for effective urban and rural connectivity. At the WISPAmerica 2024 event, InCoax will discuss how multi-gigabit speeds can be provided to underserved buildings by reusing existing coaxial networks.

The development of FWA technology has paved the way for high-performance multigigabit broadband connectivity services. However, extending these services to individual apartments within Multi-Dwelling Units (MDUs) presents unique challenges. InCoax’s MoCA Access 2.5 technology repurposes existing in-building coax networks in brownfield MDUs to overcome the last mile challenge, offering multigigabit broadband network solutions for FWA and fiber operators.

With the increasing demand for high-speed broadband deployments, InCoax’s technology enables FWA and fiber operators to deliver gigabit or multigigabit services cost-effectively. By leveraging existing coaxial networks, InCoax is playing a significant role in bridging the digital divide and revolutionizing MDU broadband distribution one connection at a time.