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.
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.
Small rather than big screens are driving video revenue growth and increasingly shaping content production, according to the latest global media consumer study from Verizon subsidiary AOL.
Deutsche Telekom has boosted mobile TV in Germany by offering selected video streaming services without charging for the associated data or imposing bandwidth caps.
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.