MoCA shipments ‘slowly reaching a boil’

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Multimedia over coax (MoCA) helped drive the global home networking device market to $4.9bn in the second half of 2012, up five per cent on a sequential basis, according to US firm Infonetics Research.

Support grows for MoCA and HomePlug

Support is growing for "no new wires" networking

The number of households in North American using the Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) standard as their home networking technology of choice will exceed 25 million by 2014, with similar numbers for the HomePlug standard in Western Europe, according to ABI Research.

North America takes lion’s share of home networking revenues


Global sales of home networking devices grew by 20 per cent last year to reach $7.98bn, with North America taking the largest slice (37 per cent) thanks to the adoption of Multimedia over Coax (MoCA) technology by the cable operators and telcos, according to a report from US firm Infonetics Research.

Finland’s Blue Lake Communications deploys technology from Entropic and InCoax Networks

Entropic's Ethernet-over-Coax solution is based on the Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) standard

Finnish operator Blue Lake Communications (BLC) has deployed technology from Sweden’s InCoax Networks and US firm Entropic Communications in order to deliver higher speed broadband and advanced IPTV services to its customers.