This announcement coincide with the release of the of the AR7400 Homeplug AV and IEEE 1901 compliant chipset. The new development kit is to accelerate the adoption and development of hardware and software among independent software vendor and smooth the intergration with other powerline Ethernet appliances and applications.
A new technology startup – FutureDash, based in California has launch a new product called GreenDash; a new home energy management software. The GreenDash software will allow consumer network and electronics manufactures to easily add energy monitoring to their products, which would make it easy for home owners to see their energy usage in real-time.
IPTV operators with Motorola NBBS can now provide additional services to customers with Mediaroom certified set-top-box. According to Motorola Home and Network Mobility, they have expanded the NBBS remote device management software platform to include Microsoft Mediaroom certified set-top-box, to enable operator to accelerate the introduction of new revenue-generating high-definition IP video experience.
PacketVideo (PV) today announced that its award-winning TwonkyMedia™ server software has successfully completed the highest standards of compatibility, reliability and performance testing to obtain the “Compatible with Windows 7” logo from Microsoft Corp.
Some of the consumer electronics industry’s big players (Sony Pictures Entertainment, Samsung Electronics, Valens Semiconductor and LG Electronics) have come together to form an alliance around HDBaseT technology.
Motorola’s Home & Network Mobility business this week announced a new range of it’s SURFboard DOCSIS 3.0 modem and integrated gateways. The new devices is designed to deliver better broadband and IP-based voice and data service. This new range of SURFboard is two times faster than their previous range of DOCSIS 3.0 products and supports high-bandwidth Gigabit Ethernet (GiGe) home networking and channel bonding of up to eight downstream and four upstream channels.
Broadcom, a fables semiconductor company that specializes in wired and wireless home networking solution, this week announced a new HD cable set-top-box system-on-a-chip (SoC) solution with their BCM7119 and BCM7125 chips. The new technology will allow manufacturers and cable service provider to offer the latest in connected home technology at a cheaper price.
Plaster Networks announced availability of a new networking solution for delivering music, videos, and other multimedia content using existing electrical wiring within the home. In response to the growth of streaming video, IPTV, and over-the-top (OTT) applications, Plaster Networks offers a reliable alternative to wireless networks, and is more cost-effective than installing Ethernet cables in the walls.
Cisco announced the release of the Linksys by Cisco Dual Band Wireless-N ADSL2+ Modem Gigabit Router (WAG320N). The modem router has an integrated ADSL2+ modem for high-speed Internet connectivity and is equipped with the latest Dual-Band Wireless-N technology.