The Standard for Home Entertainment Networks. Overview. The Organization. Established in January 2004 by some of the most respected, brand name, consumer broadband service providers and OEMs in the world. Use existing coaxial cabling—installed in 90% of U.S. households
The Standard for Home Entertainment Networks
Established in January 2004 by some of the most respected, brand name, consumer broadband service providers and OEMs in the world.
Use existing coaxial cabling—installed in 90% of U.S. households
No new wires, truck rolls or interference with other technologies and mediums.
Published field tests: More than 110 Mpbs net throughput in 97% of all outlets.
Complementary to wireless—extends wireless backbone in home.
More than 50 members, and counting. Membership is OPEN.
More than 20 certified products (STBs, ONTs, gateways, home routers, ECBs)
Recently established Contributor-level membership.
Only wired home entertainment networking standard in full deployment (Verizon’s FiOS).
Explosion of content
Triple-play bundling (IPTV/TelcoTV,
Analog to digital conversion
Mass market deployment
of DVR and HDTV
According to Parks Associates’ report, “Networks in the Home: Connected Consumer Electronics” (2006):
DVR STB Shipped Annually (#M)
Cumulative DVR STB in US Households
Multi-room DVR Set-Top Boxes Shipped, Annually (#M)
Cumulative Multi-room DVR STB Shipped (#M)
© 2005 Parks Associates
Coax is the medium for video. Installed in 90% of U.S. households.
MoCA is the standard for home entertainment networks over coax.
Benefits appeal to service providers and consumers equally.
Independently validated net throughputs. Reality not theory.
Deep and wide portfolio of certified products
In full deployment
RAND licensing environment
Roadmap to retail channel and end consumer.
Consumers will tolerate a dropped cell phone call, but they will not tolerate latency in their video.
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