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2006-11-08 Texas Instruments joins coax alliance
The Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) announced that Texas Instruments has recently signed up, bringing the total number of MoCA members to 43, including 11 chip vendors.
2006-05-05 ST, others join coaxial cable alliance
The Multimedia over Coax Alliance announced the newest additions to its growing list of silicon vendors with the addition of STMicroelectronics, Conexant and BroadLight.
2008-05-02 Conexant to turn over STB business to NXP
NXP Semiconductors this week announced it will acquire Conexant Systems' STB business.
2006-07-17 Coax network processor refines MoCA apps
Entropic Communications Inc. has released its next-generation coaxial network processor, which addresses customers' cost concerns and offers some refinements over an earlier chip that preceded the Multimedia over Coax Alliance specification.
2008-08-11 1394-over-coax gives backbone to home nets
Pulse?Link, for several tears, has touted its flavor of UWB technology as suitable for home video networks using power lines, phone wiring, or coax cabling as the data highway
2008-06-27 Chip networks home via UWB, coax, Ethernet
Sigma Designs has developed a second-generation UWB chip set for home networks that can simultaneously run UWB over wireless and coax at rates up to 370Mbit/s while maintaining a GbE link
2007-08-01 Wired, wireless both seen in future home nets
Recognizing that tomorrow's home nets will be a mix of wired and wireless options, the WiMedia Alliance has set up a group to explore whether it should draft a standard for UWB networking over coax cable
2006-08-29 MoCA certifies Motorola, Tellabs ONTs
The Multimedia over Coax Alliance recently certified optical network terminal triple-play fiber-to-the-home terminals from Motorola and Tellabs.
2008-08-11 Home networking to reach 168M households this year
Rapid growth in home networking, approaching 168 million households worldwide in 2008, is laying the foundation for expansion of multimedia services internationally and especially in the European markets, according to Parks Associates
2006-11-20 Freescale joins home networking consortium
Freescale Semiconductor Inc. has joined the Multimedia over Coax Alliance, an open, industry driven initiative promoting distribution of digital video and entertainment through existing coaxial cable in the home.
2006-06-15 Entropic strengthens Asian presence
Entropic Communication, a privately held semiconductor company that provides chipsets and the associated software that enable home networking of digital entertainment, recently announced its new office in Hong Kong.
2011-01-11 MoCA 2.0 chipsets support Gbps data rates
Entropic Communications Inc. will sample chipsets to support the Multimedia over Coax Association home's standard ver. 2.0 by June 2011, with full production slated in early 2012
2010-10-27 Chipset supports hybrid home net
Sigma Designs is developing a chipset that is one of the first to handle the new ITU G.hn standard that covers high speed data over coax, telephone and powerlines
2007-03-01 RGs to overcome triple-play hurdles
New technology platforms will provide the foundation for new-generation RG solutions that will enable next-generation services along with the flexibility to differentiate offerings with new, advanced features.
2010-01-08 STB SoC delivers high def at low cost
Broadcom Corp. has unveiled the BCM7408 client high-definition (HD) STB SoC solution to its Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) product family.
2011-11-25 STB IC features 3D TV capability
The MoCA 1.1-certified STi7108M enables HD STBs for home multimedia networking
2010-05-17 Networked digital recording to boost MoCA market
Cable TV companies are planning to offer networked digital video recording services this year, driving a five-fold increase in the market for chips based on Multimedia over Coax Alliance standard.
2007-11-22 Growing MoCA foothold drives call for home-net standard
As the Multimedia over Coax Alliance increases it foothold with a handful of service providers, a new standards effort and a startup are responding to a call for next-generation gigabit home networks.
2010-10-29 GPON SoC supports Ethernet, VoIP, WLAN, IPTV
Broadcom Corporation, has just announced the availability of its BCM6818 Gigabit Passive Optical Network (GPON)-based residential gateway SoC. The device supports GPON-based residential gateway services consisting of Wi-Fi, voice over IP (VoIP), Ethernet switching and IPTV
2008-05-06 Forum pushes spec to unify home nets efforts
A group of companies that hopes to define a standard for chips that drive gigabit-class networking on coax, phone and power lines by 2009 has been launched as the HomeGrid Forum
2009-08-07 Entropic, Sigma work on MoCA STB ref designs
Entropic Communications Inc. and Sigma Designs have signed a cooperative relationship to develop high definition, Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA)-compliant cable TV and IPTV STB reference designs.
2009-01-14 60GHz, MoCA take center stage at CES
The Consumer Electronics Show demonstrated the latest advances home networking and interconnect but the 60GHz wireless and Multimedia over Coax (MoCA) showed the most traction
2009-01-07 Will home networks bank on Ethernet?
While the consumer electronics industry is yet to find a clear technology winner for digital home media distribution, some are clearly betting on Ethernet to become the answer for home networks by late 2009 and beyond.
2009-06-09 Three alternatives challenge HDMI
At least three companies are fielding new wired alternatives to the HDMI hopes to leapfrog the HDMI 1.4 specification by providing more bandwidth, reach or networking capabilities.
2011-07-07 STMicro's Arkados buy to push HomePlug adoption
STMicro's acquisition of Arkado's semiconductor assets and intellectual property aims to accelerate the widespread adoption of PLC for home networks and smart grid.
2010-12-15 Standards for hybrid homes step forward
Several companies are working on a draft standard to help unify fragmented wireless and wired home networks, including Atheros, Broadcom, Cisco Systems, Intel, Marvell, Toshiba and others.
2008-11-17 Powerline unification misses the cut
A proposal to unify competing powerline networking technologies failed in a vote at a standards meeting in Madrid, Spain, in October, sending engineers back to the drawing board.
2008-07-24 Oxford controllers reduce cost for storage devices
Oxford rolls out four new controllers for consumer storage systems in its effort to expand into a growing field beyond its core competency in more mature 1394 and USB silicon. The latest controllers aim to raise performance while keeping costs low for digital home storage devices.
2014-01-10 MoCA/silicon tuner reference design for TVs unveiled at CES
Entropic and Silicon Labs developed a joint reference design that boasts enhanced wired-based TV experiences.
2016-05-10 IDT ex-CEO recalls battle with hedge fund investor
Ted Tewksbury, ex-CEO of IDT talked about how he fought back against hedge fund investor Starboard Value for about a year and half, as well as his take on the future of the US chip industry.
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