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InCoax Networks Joins MoCA

San Ramon, CA, June 30, 2014 --- Networking equipment provider, InCoax Networks has joined MoCA as a Contributor member.

InCoax Networks uses the free capacity in existing in-building coaxial cables to enable high-speed internet access, IPTV, VoIP and Web-TV services without the need to pull new cables. Its products deliver next-generation 100+ Mbps home access networking technologies to many of the world's leading telecom and broadband service providers.
“Our involvement with MoCA will help us to deliver even more advanced networking technologies to our service provider customers based on the MoCA standard,” said Helge Tiainen, Senior Product Manager, InCoax Networks.

“InCoax Networks’ membership is a great example of the growing international demand for MoCA technology. We welcome them to the Alliance and look forward to furthering the deployment of MoCA technology in regions such as Europe and the Asia Pacific, where InCoax has a strong customer base,” said Charles Cerino, MoCA President. 

About InCoax Networks Europe AB
InCoax Networks AB is engineering the future of home access networking and provides next-generation 100+ Mbps products and software technologies to the world's leading telecom and broadband service providers. Since the Company is a worldwide pioneer in access technologies over coaxial cabling, many telecommunications and broadband operators around Europe already use its innovative solutions for high-speed broadband access.

The Company's technology uses existing in-building coaxial cables at frequencies above 862 MHz, thus transforming the way in which telecom and broadband operators can deliver high-speed Internet and high-definition (HD) IPTV to the entire home.

The InCoax head office is located in Sweden and the Company is driven by Sweden's long tradition in the telecom industry. For more information, visit InCoax at

About MoCA
MoCA is the standard for home entertainment networking. It is the only such standard in trials or deployments by cable, satellite and IPTV/telco operators worldwide. MoCA technology is also used to extend Wi-Fi® connectivity.
MoCA 2.0 is available now and is the first specification developed by the entire Alliance. It offers two performance modes of 400 Mbps and 800 Mbps actual throughputs, packet error rates (PER) as low as one in 100 million with a nominal latency of 3.6ms, and standby and sleep modes for help in overall power management in the network.

The Alliance has 153 certified products and 51 members worldwide.