MoCA access is the latest in a line of multimedia over coax standards dating back to 2005.
The latest version of the MoCA (Multimedia over Coaxial Alliance) specifications for data over coaxial cable is pitched as an alternative to DOCSIS 3.1 for in-building distribution of premium video services, especially Ultra HD (UHD).
The Super Bowl isn’t just a Sunday afternoon world championship game. It’s a week-long event with massive TV coverage. Cameras and TV crews from around the globe congregated on this year’s Super Bowl city, Houston, TX, where the game was played in the NRG Stadium.
Netgem, a French provider of TV platforms for Telcos, has reached out to mobile operators with an integrated home platform combining connected speaker with set top box functionality as well as a voice driven UI compatible with Amazon’s Alexa.
Ericsson has launched a commercially available platform for deployment of next generation 5G mobile services capable of supporting applications such as Virtual Reality and Ultra HD TV that are heavy on data and intolerant of latency. The company claims to be the first significant telecoms system provider to come out
Just when TV broadcasters are starting to feel good about recent news regarding the move to ATSC 3.0 transmission, AT&T is preparing to launch field tests of a new universal transmission technology. Here, antennas and devices mounted along power lines effectively deliver broadband and mobile traffic. No more need
Vodafone Germany is set this month to launch its long heralded advanced TV platform called GigaTV integrating linear TV, on-demand video and streaming services with multiscreen access from smartphones and tablets. The platform will still be based on the cable network Vodafone acquired with the purchase of Kabel Deutschland for €7.7
Major sporting events have become milestones for mobile video streaming and Super Bowl 2017 set a new mark by beating last year’s game by around 50%. Verizon Wireless, which again had exclusive live streaming rights for the event on smartphones, had been betting on Super Bowl wireless data consumption topping 10 TB