MoCA has added a robust security layer for MoCA across its complete portfolio.
Giax, a startup based in Erlangen, Germany that is developing products for network access using coaxial cabling, has joined MoCA at the Associate membership level.
Peter Carlsson, CEO of InCoax, says MOCA technology can be used as an alternative to DOCSIS 3.1 through existing cabled infrastructure.
InCoax Networks has been elevated to Promoter membership status within MoCA.
MoCA has joined the Broadband Forum.
Luster LightTech Corp, based in Beijing, China,is MoCA’s newest promoter member and will take a seat onthe MoCA Board of Directors.
MoCA Access, a new broadband access specification based on the MoCA 2.5 standard, will be released in mid-June, the organisation has confirmed.
The SCTE and ISBE, and the Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) have announced a new SCTE/ISBE Standards operational practice that is designed to ensure interoperability between MoCA 2.0 and the new DOCSIS 3.1 specification.