I am interested in researching the application of distributed computing
to home and home office networking. Specifically, I am wondering about
wireless distributed computing; and the various protocols such as
StarFabric 'pci-base' and the PICMG 'packet-base' backplanes. My focus
is on home networking and home automation.
Mostly I am curious about market momentum towards consumer appliances
that mesh into the distributed computing fabric. I am about to embark
on offering to install distributed computing backplanes in homes and
home offices where the customer wants networking and automation work;
and I will need to know about consumer products currently available, on
the way, as well as currently supported protocols and so on.
For instance, should I support just PICMG; or should I have the customer
spend the extra money to get multiple backplanes each of different
protocols; in order to ensure future device compatability with any
backplanes installed today?
Any help is appreciated, even just to point me towards the right
resources. Thanks. 8-)
[1Ch 21:16] And David lifted up his eyes, and saw
the angel of the LORD stand between the earth and the heaven,
having a drawn sword in his hand stretched out over Jerusalem.
Then David and the elders of Israel, who were clothed
in sackcloth, fell upon their faces.