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The Only Home Entertainment Networking Standard In Use By All Three Pay TV Segments—Cable, Satellite, IPTV www.mocalliance.org. The Organization. Established in January 2004 by the most respected service providers and OEMs in the world.
Established in January 2004 by the most respected service providers and OEMs in the world.
Charter is to establish MoCA technology as the worldwide standard for home entertainment networking and multiroom DVR applications.
In mass deployment by Verizon, DIRECTV and Cox.
Comcast, TWC, Cox, Mediacom, Sunflower, Bright House Networks and many other MSOs and IPTV providers in advanced trials.
On the roadmap of several European cable MSOs.
Liaison with US CableLabs and Korean CableLabs
Liaison with HomePlug Powerline Alliance.
Incorporated into DLNA’s Interoperability Guidelines.
Proud member of CEDIA.
Whole Home DVRs
Connected Game Consoles
All numbers in Millions
Source: Parks Associates, Home Networks for Consumer Electronics (2009).
Anything that can connect will connect!
Pace DC900X HD DVR
Network Attached Storage Device
Cisco Explorer 8652HDC DVR with M-Card Interface
Series3 MoCA Gateway
MoCA Network Adapter
Actiontec MI424WR Broadband Home Router
Coax Ethernet Adapter Kit
Ethernet to Coax Bridge
Only standard in use by all three pay TV segments (telco, cable, DBS).
More than 70 certified products (STBs, ONTs, BHRs, ECBs and chips)
More than 55 members. Multiple chip vendors.
More than 35 million nodes in the field.
MoCA is forecast to eventually be in more than 90 percent off all pay TV households in the US.
Field tests in 250 homes around US
Validated net throughputs of more than 100 Mb/s in 97 percent of ALL outlets.
Only Alliance to conduct and publish field tests!
MoCA CH2 - BHR to STB LAN traffic
Early Adopter: Verizon FiOS
From Advanced Television, September 21, 2009:
Verizon CEO Ivan Seidenberg says video, not voice, will be the core product over his expanding fibre network. He said he no longer worried about looking for the "inflection point" in the loss of access lines."I don't care about that any more, I am going to focus on driving FiOS penetration and taking costs out," he said, adding that he felt "liberated". He said capital spending would fall in the next two years, and the company was shedding "non-strategic" rural units. He expected the FiOS network would stretch to 70 per cent of Verizon’s fixed-line customer base.He said that with TV, the PC and the Internet converging, the carrier’s future would be in selling video services, such as interactive TV, bundled with wireless voice."So what I need to do is get ourselves focused around the following idea, that video is going to be the core product in the fixed line business. We are going to bundle it with wireless, we are going to integrate software over all the screens.“
97 Million Pay TV Households