Technetix has recently added MoCA-compliant solutions to its product portfolio. The company is prominent in the access network and ‘final mile’ equipment market in Europe, and is rapidly expanding its footprint worldwide.
“Joining MoCA enables us to provide our cable and telecoms customers in Europe and further afield with the full advantages of MoCA connectivity and powerful, in-home multimedia processing,” said Technetix CEO Paul Broadhurst.
“Technetix is well known for delivering advanced broadband solutions to the European cable and telecoms market; its decision to join reinforces the view that there is a viable market for MoCA in Europe,” said Charles Cerino, President of MoCA. "Technetix’ membership solidifies MoCA as a truly global standard."
The Technetix liberti product family, which includes support for MoCA-based home entertainment networks, handles the delivery of high-speed broadband and interactive digital TV services around the home, making all forms of content available on any device, in any room.
Driven by increasing demand for media-rich content, the broadband cable market is growing exponentially. Technetix sell market-leading critical technology to all the major cable operators worldwide. This enables them to increase their network capacity, improve operating efficiency and reduce costs. Technetix’s solutions have been deployed by some of the world's leading cable MSOs and telecommunications providers including Virgin Media, Liberty Global (in 12 countries), Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Ziggo, Telefónica, France Telecom and Swisscom .
The Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA®) is the worldwide standard for home entertainment networking. It is the only such standard that appeals to all three pay TV segments—cable, satellite and IPTV. MoCA technology can also be used to extend Wi-Fi connectivity in the home.
MoCA has more than 65 certified products and more than 50 members representing the home entertainment network value chain including service providers, OEMs, consumer electronics companies and chip vendors.