Entropic Communications and Advanced Digital Broadcast (ADB) have announced that ADB’s 6882CDMX set-top box has received Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) 1.1 certification. The ADB-6882CDMX is designed specifically for Multiple System Operators (MSOs) to offer new home networking options to their subscribers.??

The set-top is powered by Entropic’s EN2210/EN1010 MoCA-compliant chipset, which enables a complete coaxial network solution for the distribution of multiple streams of HD video, broadband data and other digital content throughout the home.

"This is a significant milestone for the MoCA standard worldwide, and we congratulate Entropic and ADB for developing the industry’s first STB to receive MoCA 1.1 certification," said Rob Gelphman, chair, Marketing Work Group, MoCA.

The MoCA 1.1 certified set-top will take advantage of the breadth of features that the latest MoCA standard offers, including:

  • Turning existing coax wiring into a high-powered home entertainment network for streaming HD movies and multi-room content sharing
  • Up to 175 Mbps of application layer throughput
  • Increased network size of up to 16 MoCA devices
  • Built in network management support for gathering data rate statistics

The Daily


Editor’s Note

Cablefax Daily will not publish Monday because of

Read the Full Issue
The Skinny is delivered on Tuesday and focuses on the cable profession. You'll stay in the know on the headlines, topics and special issues you value most. Sign Up