It means buying into cable in the home. Many homes aren't wired like that and newer WiFi seems fine.
Hi, we are studying the market of MoCA ethernet adapter. Looks like only very few vendors are supplying MoCA ethernet adapters, such as Actiontec, Motorola and Tivo. Now all the products are based on MoCA 2.0, and the Price is too high. For example, a couple of MoCA 2.0 adapters can be high to $168, https://www.amazon.com/Actiontec-Bonded-Ethernet-Adapter-ECB6200K02/dp/B013J7O3X0 (Note: Link simplified by moderator edit.)
Now the new generation of MoCA, MoCA2.5 appears. For MoCA2.5, it can reach 2.5Gbps for the coax network. If you put 4 adapters in your house, they will share the 2.5Gbps bandwidth. For bonded MoCA2.0, it only provide 1Gbps bandwidth. So from MoCA2.0 to MoCA2.5, it is a great achievement.
We are wondering, if we build MoCA2.5 adapter and try to limit the price to less than $120 one couple, is anybody interested in it?
Thanks for your comments.