As a Promoter member, InCoax will also take a position on the MoCA Board of Directors.
InCoax designs, manufactures and markets networking equipment using the MoCA 2.5 Access specification targeting pay TV, Internet service providers and commercial integrators in Europe and Canada.
“InCoax was invited to become a Promoter member because of their contribution to the development of MoCA Access. Their leadership as chair of the MoCA Access Work Group was a significant factor in our Board’s consideration. InCoax’ knowledge of and deep relationships with operators throughout Europe are of great benefit as we secure trials and adoption of MoCA Access,” said Charlies Cerino, MoCA president.
InCoax had previously been a Contributor member, and has helped generate interest and trials among operator in Europe and North America for MoCA Access.
Promoter membership is by invitation only and subject to a vote by the MoCA Board. The vote was unanimously in favor of InCoax becoming a Promoter member.
“We are honored by the strong support for InCoax by the MoCA board and are committed to making MoCA 2.5 Access a success,” said Peter Carlsson, CEO of InCoax.