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PRESS RELEASES

HomeGrid Forum and HomePNA Merge

New organization will ensure smooth market migration to G.hn for home networks while continuing support for HomePNA

Beaverton, OR - May 28, 2013

HomeGrid Forum and the HomePNA Alliance today announced that they have merged to create a single organization focused on promoting advanced wired home networking technologies. more

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TRENDnet Joins HomePNA Alliance

San Ramon, CA - November 29, 2012

The HomePNA® Alliance today announced that TRENDnet a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, has joined the organization. This brings to 46 the number of manufacturers and service providers in the alliance. more

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HomePNA Announces Technicolor as New Alliance Member

Las Vegas, NV - October 25, 2012

The HomePNA® Alliance today announced that Technicolor (Euronext Paris: TCH), a worldwide technology leader in the media and entertainment sector, has joined the organization. more

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HomePNA Alliance Membership Grows to More Than 20 Global Service Providers

Italy's Telecom Italia Newest Member

San Ramon, CA - April 16, 2012

The HomePNA® Alliance today announced that with the addition of Telecom Italia its membership now includes 23 service providers spanning North America, South America, Europe, Asia and the Middle East. HomePNA members benefit from the technical support, development, standardization and certification that HomePNA provides. Members also benefit from a deep support structure that helps decrease the learning curve and minimizes the costs for service providers to deploy HomePNA products. HomePNA home networking products are critical components of IPTV services being deployed today by telcos, cable, and satellite service providers of all sizes. more

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The HomePNA Alliance Announces That It Has Certified Over 75 Products

Italy's Telecom Italia Newest Member

2011 FTTH Conference and Expo - Orlando, Florida - September 28, 2011

The HomePNA® Alliance today announced that it has certified over 75 products. HomePNA, a leading global standard for whole home multimedia networking, is deployed by four of the five largest telcos in North America as a critical component of their IPTV services. more

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HomePNA Approved by Digital Living Network Alliance for Inclusion in its Networked Device Interoperability Guidelines

CONNECTION™ Digital Living Conference & Showcase - Santa Clara, CA - June 28, 2011

The HomePNA® Alliance today announced that its technology standard has been approved by the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) for incorporation into the next version of its Networked Device Interoperability Guidelines. more

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HomePNA Ratifies New Broadband Access Specification

New "Fast EoC" Delivers up to 640Mbps Performance with Ethernet over Coax

San Ramon, CA - March 23, 2011

The HomePNA® Alliance today announced Fast EoC®, a new industry specification aimed to deliver performance up to 320 Megabits per second (Mbps) in regular mode, and up to 640 Megabits per second (Mbps) and more than 300 Mbps user data throughput to Multi-Dwelling Unit (MDU) environments in a new "enhanced" mode. HomePNA's Fast EoC targets broadband access in MDU and Hospitality markets. more

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HomePNA Adds Residential Gateway and Set-top Box Pioneer to Board

Pace plc Joins as Promoter Member

San Ramon, CA - March 15, 2011

The HomePNA Alliance today announced that Pace plc, a leading global developer of technologies and products for managed subscription TV and broadband services, has joined the HomePNA Board of Directors as a Promoter Member. As the global set-top box market leader and the US market leader for residential gateways, Pace supplies set-top box and gateway solutions to operators around the world for applications such as IPTV, which rely on high performance home networks such as HomePNA to operate. more

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Bell Canada Joins HomePNA

Over Ten New Telcos Join AT&T as HomePNA Members

San Ramon, CA - January 7, 2010

The HomePNA Alliance today announced that one of the largest telecommunications service providers in North America has joined the organization. Over ten telcos, including, Canada's largest telecommunications service provider, have joined HomePNA which now claims more telco members than any other wired home networking technology alliance. more

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Worldwide HomePNA Technology Summit A Huge Success

Tata Sky and yes Join AT&T as HomePNA Members

San Ramon, CA - October 2, 2009

Today, The HomePNA Alliance announced the tremendous success of the first HomePNA Technology Summit, which ran from September 30 - October 1, 2009 in Houston, Texas. Leading worldwide service providers such as AT&T, Telefonica, TELUS, yes, Tata Sky and others spoke about their experiences with HomePNA technology, offering first-hand information about how they remain competitive in today's demanding IPTV marketplace. More than 100 service providers and equipment vendors attended the event because they recognize the tremendous business opportunity presented by in-home and broadband access networks running HomePNA. In addition, five service providers joined HomePNA including Tata Sky and yes. Another ten service providers are also in the process of joining the organization. more

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HomePNA® Announces First Technology Summit

AT&T, Telefonica, Cisco, Motorola, and TELUS to Present on Leading IPTV Home Networking Standard

San Ramon, CA - August 4, 2009

The HomePNA Alliance today announces its first Technology Summit to be held September 30 and October 1, 2009 in Houston Texas. The Summit, which is also being promoted by the FTTH Council, will be co-located with the 2009 FTTH Conference & Expo. The Summit will focus on technical and business insights surrounding HomePNA technology and its role in enabling an advanced digital home experience for end users. more

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Leading Home Networking Alliance Participates In IP Possibilities

HomePNA® Alliance showcases wired home networking technology standard and member products deployed by major telcos

San Ramon, CA - April 16, 2009

HomePNA is the leading wired home networking technology used for TelcoTV in North America today. The Alliance will be exhibiting at this year's IP Possibilities Conference being held April 21-23 in San Diego at Sheraton San Diego Hotel and Marina. Please stop by booth 230 to learn why leading telcos such as AT&T, TELUS, and Aliant rely on HomePNA technology to distribute their triple play IPTV video services in customers' hones over existing coax cables and phone wires and what HomePNA technology can do for you. more

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HomePNA and HomeGrid Sign Liaison Agreement

Groups Work to promote new ITU G.hn Global Wired Home Networking Standard

San Ramon, CA - February 26, 2009

The HomePNA Alliance announced today that it has signed a liaison agreement with HomeGrid in order to promote the International Telecommunication Union's (ITU) new all-wire G.hn home networking standard. The ITU, which approved the baseline for the Recommendation G.9960 late last year, is scheduled to approve the final recommendation by September 2009. The new "all-wire" standard operates over coax, phone wires and powerline at speeds up to one Gigabit per second. more

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HomePNA Showcases Member Technology at TelcoTV 2008

San Ramon, CA - November 6, 2008

The HomePNA Alliance, a leader in technology for networking IPTV over the existing coax and phone wires in the home, today announced that it will be exhibiting at the TelcoTV 2008 show being held in Anaheim, Calif., at the Anaheim Convention Center, Nov. 11-13. "I'm looking forward to attending TelcoTV, one of the leading events for telcos looking to deploy triple-play services," said recently elected HomePNA president William Simmelink. "We've made tremendous inroads in North America and, with AT&T U-verse TV close to the 1 million subscriber mark and many other leading telcos installing HomePNA, interest continues to grow rapidly." more

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HomePNA Showcases in the Home Networking Zone at the 2008 FTTH Expo and Conference

HomePNA to demonstrate leading IPTV delivery technology over existing coax cables

San Ramon, CA - September 16, 2008

The HomePNA Alliance announced today that it will join leading equipment and service providers at the 2008 FTTH Conference and Expo being held at the Gaylord Opryland Resort & Convention Center in Nashville, Tennessee on September 21-25. HomePNA will participate in the Home Networking Zone, a conference highlight providing interactive exhibits, product displays and service demonstrations enabled by a fiber to the home (FTTH) connection. more

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HomePNA Leading Choice for TelcoTV in North America

Four of top five largest Telcos deploying TelcoTV drive highest number of installed homes in last quarter

San Ramon, CA - September 3, 2008

The HomePNA Alliance announced today that more leading North American telcos are deploying its technology and that HomePNA was installed in more North American homes in the last quarter than any other coax home networking solution. In addition, HomePNA announced that TELUS, the $9 billion Canadian telecommunications company, has chosen the HomePNA 3.1 technology for its TELUS TV service offering. more

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K-micro Joins HomePNA Board of Directors

San Ramon, CA - July 23, 2008

HomePNA announced today that Kawasaki Microelectronics America, Inc. (K-micro), has joined the HomePNA board of directors. K-micro joins AT&T Labs, CopperGate Communications, Motorola, Cisco, Sunrise Telecom and 2Wire in leading the alliance and promoting the global multimedia home networking standard. more

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D-Link, Arcom and Sercomm Join HomePNA

Market leaders embrace fast-growing multimedia home networking standard

San Ramon, CA - June 4, 2008

HomePNA announced today that three more companies have joined the HomePNA home networking alliance -- the only existing-wire home networking standard today for telco TV (IPTV) video distribution. New members D-Link Corp., Arcom Labs, Inc. and SerComm Corp. will promote HomePNA technology and deliver solutions for IPTV over coax and phone lines. more

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5 Millionth HomePNA 3 Chipset Ships for IPTV Service Deployment

Milestone achievement shows demand for the only multimedia home networking standard over coaxial cables and phone wires

San Ramon, CA - May 8, 2008

HomePNA, the leading standard for IPTV over coax and phone wires, announced today that 5 million HomePNA 3.1 chipsets have now shipped, up from 2 million less than six months ago. The shipments demonstrate the high demand for HomePNA multimedia home networking devices in IPTV service deployments. more

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HomePNA Certifies 9 More Products, 1 Reference Design, Increases Number of Reliable, Interoperable Products to 26

First 320 Mbps HomePNA 3.1 chip set reference design wins certification for multimedia home networking standard

San Ramon, CA - April 16, 2008

HomePNA announced today that it has certified an additional nine products and the first 320 Mbps chipset reference design as HomePNA 3.1 compliant, increasing the number of certified products to 26. The new certifications include ADSL and VDSL residential gateways, set-top boxes, Ethernet to HomePNA 3.1 bridges, and an iNID outdoor residential gateway/indoor Wi-Fi access point. more

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HomePNA Slated for IP Possibilities, NAB's Telecom 2008 This Month

Alliance president Rich Nesin will address IPTV installation at NABShow in Las Vegas

San Ramon, CA - April 7, 2008

HomePNA announced today it will exhibit at IP Possibilities Conference & Expo in Chicago April 7 to 11, and address "Lessons Learned About Installing Home Networks for triple-play IPTV Services" at NABShow's Telecom 2008 in Las Vegas April 14. HomePNA 3.1 home networking technology is being deployed today by a rapidly growing number of telcos for IPTV. It enables service providers to distribute high-speed, triple-play services -- IPTV, VoIP and data -- over both phone wires and coaxial cables in the home at speeds up to 320 megabits per second with guaranteed QoS. more

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HomePNA Product Availability Drives Deployment, Maturity of Multimedia Home Networking Standard

Plugfest slated for February will further increase number of reliable, interoperable HomePNA products

San Ramon, CA - January 29, 2008

HomePNA announced today that broader HomepPNA 3.1 product availability and telephone company deployments demonstrate how the open standard is maturing in the multimedia home marketplace. With more than 17 HomePNA products on the market, nine large telcos -- as well as a number of smaller telcos -- have deployed HomePNA to deliver high-speed, triple-play services to subscribers. more

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Aliant Chooses CopperGate's HomePNA 3.1 Multimedia Home Networking Chipset for New IPTV Series

Newark, CA - January 28, 2008

CopperGate Communications, the leading provider of home networking technology for triple play IPTV over existing coax and phone wires, today announced that Aliant has begun using CopperGate's CopperStream HomePNA 3.1 chipset integrated into set-top boxes and other Ethernet-over-Coax products for deployment of its new IPTV service offering. Aliant is the leading IPTV service provider in Atlantic Canada. more

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Millions of Shipped HomePNA 3 Chip Sets Show HomePNA Momentum

CopperGate announces 2 million HomePNA multimedia home networking chip sets shipped, HomePNA included in DSL Forum recommendations

Atlanta, GA - October 25, 2007

HomePNA announced today that 2 million HomePNA chip sets shipped by CopperGate Communications demonstrates strong HomePNA adoption amid the growing Internet Protocol TV (IPTV) market. HomePNA, which features guaranteed quality of service (QoS) to eliminate collisions between data streams and high user throughput, is used to distribute high definition television (HDTV) as well standard definition television, voice over IP (VoIP) and other multimedia data over existing phone wires and coax cables. more

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Three more companies join HomePNA Alliance for Home Networking Over Existing Coax Cable, Phone Wires

European service provider CAIW joins 40+ multimedia home-networking leaders

San Ramon, CA - September 19, 2007

HomePNA today announced that three more companies have invested in HomePNA technology by joining the multimedia home networking alliance. The new members include CAIW, a Dutch cable service provider of television, Internet and radio, Ooma, a VoIP handset and service provider, and Phybridge, a gateway manufacturer. more

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HomePNA Tests Produce Certified Products for End-to-end Delivery of IP Services in the Home

Actiontec, 2Wire, Cameo and Motorola plugfest certifications raise total HomePNA certifications to 17 products, 8 reference designs

San Ramon, CA - September 12, 2007

HomePNA today announced four new HomePNA 3.1 certified home networking products, providing for end-to-end delivery of Internet Protocol (IP) services over HomePNA within the home. Triple-play IP services include IPTV, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), and data. more

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HomePNA Membership Exceeds 40 Companies

Members-only benefits, market opportunity draws new equipment manufacturers

Santa Clara, CA - May 9, 2007

HomePNA announced today it now has more than 40 member companies collaborating to promote the adoption of the only multimedia home networking standard approved by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). HomePNA technology enables high-speed, triple-play Internet services over both phone wires and coaxial cables at speeds up to 320 megabits per second. more

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HomePNA Certifies Products, Reference Designs for Multimedia Home Networking

Coppergate, Motorola, Scientific Atlanta, Sendtek and Sunrise Telecom participate in the first HomePNA 3 Plugfest

Santa Clara, CA - May 2, 2007

HomePNA announced today it certified 13 products and eight reference designs as interoperable with the HomePNA 3.1 multimedia home networking specification. Certified interoperable products assure service providers that they can offer reliable high-speed, triple-play Internet services with HomePNA technology over both phone wires and coaxial cables with guaranteed quality of service (QoS). more

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ITU Approves HomePNA 3.1 As A Global Multimedia Home Networking Standard

HomePNA no-new-wires technology earns unrivaled standardization with ITU-T Recommendation G9954 (01/2007)

San Ramon, CA - February 27, 2007

HomePNA announced today that the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has standardized the HomePNA 3.1 multimedia home networking specification, making HomePNA the only internationally standardized existing-wire home networking technology. HomePNA 3.1 enables service providers to offer high-speed, triple-play Internet services over both phone wires and coaxial cables at speeds up to 320 megabits per second. more

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HomePNA Builds Momentum With 28 New Members, Faster Home Networking Speeds, Specification Adoption

Scientific Atlanta, Conexant and Sunrise Telecom join the Board, Plugfest and certification compliance event set for early 2007

San Ramon, CA - December 21, 2006

HomePNA announced today that its alliance membership has swelled by 28 members this year, demonstrating growing industry investment in high-speed multimedia home networking using existing home wiring. The new members include leading semiconductor, set-top box, residential gateway, ONT, component and telco test equipment suppliers. Companies and industry standards groups are adopting and implementing the home networking specification, which supports triple-play voice, video and broadband data services at data rates of 320 Megabits per second over coax and phone wires, with the capacity to deliver next-generation IPTV and other networked entertainment data and VoIP services. more

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HomePNA Releases New 320 Mbps Home Networking Specifications to Members

Fastest data rate for delivering multiple IP entertainment data streams, VoIP and Internet data over existing coax as well as phone wires future-proofs home networks

San Ramon, CA - November 7, 2006

HomePNA announced today the release of HomePNA 3.1, a home networking specification that increases data rates over existing home wiring to 320 Megabits per second. Building on the industry-leading HomePNA 3.0 specification, it enables service providers to simultaneously distribute triple-play IPTV, voice and Internet data services as well as other networked entertainment data in the home at even higher speeds while keeping costs low. The specification is available to alliance members only. more

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Sunrise Telecom® Joins HomePNA Alliance Board of Directors

Telecom test equipment company and four new member companies will help service providers deliver triple-play services to home market

San Ramon, CA - October 18, 2006

HomePNA announced today the appointment of a new board member and four new member companies that have joined the rapidly growing alliance. Sunrise Telecom, a leader in testing and monitoring solutions for voice, video, data services and next-generation digital multimedia, was appointed to the alliance's board of directors. The addition of Sunrise Telecom's testing and monitoring expertise will help HomePNA eliminate barriers to widespread deployment of "triple-play" entertainment networking services. The new alliance members are leading equipment manufacturers Netopia, Zhone Technologies, and UTStarcom and component manufacturer MCR Group. more

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HomePNA Alliance Adds 5 New Members to Advance No-New-Wires Multimedia Home Networking

Conexant Systems Joins HomePNA Board of Directors

San Ramon, CA - September 27, 2006

HomePNA announced today that five new companies have joined the rapidly growing alliance to develop and promote the only home networking technology for the distribution of digital video, voice and data over the existing phone wires and coaxial cables. Joining Conexant are Allied Telesis Labs, Amedia Networks, and telecom equipment manufacturers FLUKE Networks and JDSU. These new members will further advance HomePNA's ecosystem of interoperable triple-play home networking solutions. more

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AT&T Selects HomePNA 3 Technology for In-Home Distribution of AT&T U-verse Services

San Antonio, TX - August 23, 2006

AT&T Inc. (NYSE: T) today announced the selection of HomePNA 3 technology for in-home distribution of AT&T U-verse[SM] services, including AT&T U-verse TV, AT&T Yahoo! High Speed Internet, U-verse Enabled and, in the future, consumer voice-over IP services. more

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HomePNA Expands Membership with Two Semiconductor Companies Joining the Alliance

Momentum grows as HomePNA adds more semiconductor solution providers to its roster of members

San Ramon, CA - August 9, 2006

The HomePNA Alliance today announced that two semiconductor companies joined the alliance, increasing the number of semiconductor vendors to four. The new members are STMicroelectronics (NYSE: STM), the worldwide leader in silicon solutions for set-top boxes, and Kawasaki Microelectronics, a wholly owned subsidiary of JFE Holdings, and a leader in advanced application specific integrated circuit (ASIC) technology. These industry leaders' products are integrated into broadband modems, routers and IP set-top boxes to facilitate the delivery of new IP-enabled entertainment services to customers. more

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HomePNA Begins Work on New Specification Supporting 320 Megabits per second over Coax and Phone lines

Alliance Announces Election of New Officers. Scientific Atlanta, a Cisco company, 2Wire, and AT&T assume Leadership Roles

San Ramon, CA - March 20, 2006

The HomePNA alliance today announced that it is developing significant enhancements to the HomePNA 3.0 specification setting a new benchmark for multimedia home networking. The HomePNA 3.1 specification, which builds upon HomePNA 3.0 technology standardized by the ITU in May 2005, is intended to provide the highest speed option for in-home distribution of new triple-play services such as IPTV. more

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HomePNA Expands Membership with New Companies and the Addition of Scientific-Atlanta to the Board

Momentum grows as Alliance adds leading IP TV set-top box, broadband modem and multimedia home networking manufacturers

Las Vegas, NV and San Ramon, CA - January 4, 2006

Today at the CES (Consumer Electronics Show), the HomePNA alliance announced the addition of Entone, Tatung, Amino, and TII Networks as new members and the appointment of Scientific- Atlanta to the Board of Directors. The new members include industry leaders in facilitating the delivery of IP enabled entertainment services including home networking, broadband modem and routers and IP Set Top Boxes. more

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HomePNA Alliance Sees Continued Growth in Home Networking for 2006

Las Vegas, NV and San Ramon, CA - January 4, 2006

Today at the Consumer Electronics Show, The HomePNA Alliance, the industry group driving home networking over both coax cables and phone lines, announced its home networking trends forecast for 2006. more

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