Typical applications of the AbidaNet LLC networking approach might be in these areas:
The deterministic delivery of data between source and destination ensure that all sensors, displays and control centers in a complex command and control environment establish and maintain communications. The natural redundancy and self-organizing capability allow the system to tolerate failures and damage while the remaining assets continue to function.
By using this ability to directly connect hundreds or even thousands of workstations, closets and even rooms of costly switching equipment, and elevator shafts full of cables are unnecessary, and network administration can be performed in comfort from any workstation.
The last mile refers to the unpleasant networking task of "fanning out" to thousands of remote devices, soldiers or vehicles on the front lines. The AbidaNet approach enables this communication to occur across a shared broadcast medium (which could be implemented as one or more secure frequencies on a digital radio).
Similarly, that last set of connections from the box at the end of the street to each house brings the same challenge. If the connections are still implemented as twisted copper wires to each individual house, additional connections such as DSL must be accomplished using frequency division multiplexing. Cable TV companies are cashing in on this situation by delivering alternative digital services on the coaxial cable that brings TV to the house. However, with a redundant, high-capacity single-mode fiber interconnecting every household, with multiple light colors, there is plenty of capacity to provide packetized voice and every digital service imaginable including digital TV.