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San Ramon, CA, July 30, 2013--- The Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA®) has announced that ARRIS Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: ARRS) has joined its Board of Directors.

ARRIS has been a member of MoCA since 2008. The company assumes the Board seat as a result of its acquisition of Motorola Mobility’s Home Business. 

“ARRIS has brought together the industry’s leading portfolio of operator and consumer solutions on a global scale, and MoCA technology is a vital component of our product strategy,” said Carol Ansley, Senior Director IP Engineering, ARRIS, who will represent the company on the Board. “Our innovation in broadband and content is driving the future of TV and the smart, simple connected home. We look forward to building that future as member of MoCA’s Board of Directors.”

“ARRIS' knowledge and expertise in the service provider and connected home markets and channels represents a great addition to the Board of Directors,” said MoCA president, Charles Cerino. 

ARRIS is a premier video and broadband technology company that transforms how service providers worldwide deliver entertainment and communications without boundaries. Its powerful end-to-end platforms enable service and content providers to improve the way people connect – with each other and with their favorite content. The Company's vision and expertise continue to drive the industry's innovations, as they have for more than 60 years. Headquartered north of Atlanta, in Suwanee, Georgia, ARRIS has R&D, sales and support centers throughout the world. For more information:

About MoCA®
MoCA is the worldwide standard for home entertainment networking and is the only such standard in use by all three pay TV segments—cable, satellite and IPTV/telco. MoCA technology is also used as an in-home backbone to extend Wi-Fi® connectivity.

The Alliance has certified 127 certified products and has 53 members worldwide representing the home entertainment networking value chain including service providers, OEMs, middleware developers, consumer electronics companies and chip vendors.