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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.
2003-06-16 Media networking is the next big thing
While the final technology choices for media networking platforms continue to evolve, there is no question that over time media networking will emerge as "the next big thing."
2006-05-19 Tut Systems launches MPEG-4 transcoder
Tut Systems announced that it will exhibit its MPEG-4 Advanced Video Codec High Definition compression at Globalcomm 2006.
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.
2007-06-21 Manufacturers ride the PON wave
It's getting crowded in the passive optical networks arena as manufacturers try to take a piece of action in the segment offering the only alternative for homes with multiple HDTV sets.
2011-12-01 Incorporating M2M into smartphones
Read about leveraging the latest smartphone technology into a commodity M2M engine.
2008-03-31 Bringing multizone digital audio to life
Rallying around an emphasis on software upgradability and wireless connectivity and control, Sonos Inc. developed a multi-zone digital music system with a wireless, full-color LCD screen controller that lets users play all their digital music.
2008-04-04 Booming video surveillance market grabs the limelight
Video surveillance is suddenly "the fastest-growing market for [digital] video chip providers." Mobilygen president and CEO Chris Day made that comment shortly after wrapping up a trip to China, where video surveillance applications are proliferating at an alarming rate.
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