Yes is already using MoCa technology in the delivery of IPTV and HD services. Streamer launched in 2011, allowing viewers to watch personal content from their computer on their television screen using a simple and familiar interface. In 2013, Yes launched its multi-room service which enables a recording from the living room to be viewed from any room in the house.
“Yes points to the significance the MoCA technology standard can provide to forward-looking service providers on every continent,” said Charles Cerino, MoCA President. “We welcome yes to the Alliance and look forward to their insights and contributions toward reinforcing the Alliance a truly global standard.”
“MoCA technology dovetails with our company goal of only using the most advanced technologies for our services,” added Itzhak Elyakim, VP Engineering & CTO at yes. “Providing our customers with a highly reliable entertainment delivery is critical to our growth as a company.”
MoCA 2.0 offers two performance modes of 400 and 800 Mbps (bonded) net throughputs, (1 Gbps for bonded point to point mode), one in 100 million packet error rate (PER) with 3.6 ms latency, improved power savings and backward interoperability with MoCA 1.1.
The Alliance has 189 certified products and 50 members worldwide.