According to Entropic Communications, it has shipped more than 50 million MoCA 1.0/1.1 chipsets since 2007. Entropic’s MoCA technology is enabling whole-home ?entertainment networks now being deployed by Verizon, DirecTV, Time Warner Cable, Comcast, Cox Communications, Brighthouse, and other pay-TV service providers, covering over 70 percent of the U.S. market.

Entropic’s MoCA silicon and software solutions transform the home’s coaxial infrastructure into an efficient whole-home entertainment network with the ability to  handle multiple high definition (HD) video and data streams simultaneously.

Earlier this year, Entropic announced its latest MoCA offering – MoCA 2.0 – an end-to-end solution with MAC, PHY, analog, RF transceiver and RF front-end functionality. It provides 400 Mbps of application throughput in its basic configuration, and is scalable to support 500 Mbps Turbo mode and 800 Mbps /1 Gbps in channel bonded modes. MoCA 2.0 is currently sampling and is predicted to be in products in 2012.

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WICT Chapter Honors

It’s a three-way tie for WICT Chapter of the Year, with WICT Europe, Greater Philadelphia and Southeast Chapters all earning the most possible points and rights to the title. WICT Southeast’s

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