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Broadcom faces strong competition from Qualcomm, Quantenna, Celeno, Intel and others in the Wi-Fi chip business.

Broadcom partners with Plume to tackle Wi-Fi interference November 7th 2017 - 09:00 AM

Fabless chip maker Broadcom has teamed up with wireless optimization specialist Plume to develop and distribute technologies for mitigating interference in unlicensed Wi-Fi spectrum. Interference remains a major cause of erratic performance and patchy coverage in wireless home networks.

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CellSat’s hybrid approach ensures availability to bandwidth from virtually anywhere in the world.

Dejero and Intelsat Join To Extend Reach For Remote ENG Broadcasters November 3rd 2017 - 11:00 AM

Veteran satellite and fiber connectivity provider IntelSat has partnered with Dejero, pioneers of bonded cellular video transmission technology to offer hybrid Ku-band IP connectivity as part of a new hybrid bandwidth service Dejero calls CellSat.

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The BBC believes it is time to boost mobile both for content creation and consumption, but admits it cannot match the big spending of Google

Broadcasters Must Embrace Mobile Strongly or Die October 13th 2017 - 01:50 PM

The biggest challenge facing broadcasters is how to embrace mobile phones at both ends of the content spectrum, for creation and viewing, rather than rushing headlong into immersive TV for the big screen.

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Solo HDMI and app.

LiveU Offers HDMI Version Of Solo September 15th 2017 - 01:50 PM

LiveU is extending its Solo product line of wireless video encoders with an HDMI encoder and a tool for added graphics on the fly.

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MoCA Access is being promoted as a fiber to the basement solution for legacy tenement blocks where Wi-Fi signals are impeded by thick walls.

MoCA Launches High Speed Access Specification for Ultra HD Delivery Over Coax June 13th 2017 - 12:05 PM

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). It is also being offered as a high-speed backbone to ensure performance and reliability of Wi-Fi home networks, especially in buildings where coax is already installed.

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The Access Twine and NetFront browser family helped Reliance Jio Infocomm launch its multiscreen service in India.

Access To Highlight NetFront Browser And Twine Media Package at Angacom May 24th 2017 - 10:00 AM

Multiscreen and mobile software provider Access is aiming to exploit the OTT streaming boom to promote its two main product families at Angacom in Cologne, Germany.

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