Updated In the second and final part of this series, we look at two technologies aimed at whole-home wireless HD distribution.
It seems like every year brings the promise of glitch-free wireless HD streaming throughout our homes. But there may be hope that it actually becomes reality this year.
Better late than never. Here's a round-up of the networking-related news that we didn't get to during the show.
Ooma today announced new features for its Telo Voip phone system.
Buffalo announced an iPod / storage dock, USB 3.0 ExpressCard and new dual-drive and Windows Storage Server NASes
Broadcom announced three 802.11n router SoCs and Atheros its first powerline chipset.
NETGEAR's announcements include a lower-priced media player, new 3G and integrated DSL N routers, powerline adapters, a unique "media switch" and hints of a 600 Mbps N bridge to come.
EchoStar's Sling Media division announced four Sling products aimed at TV service providers, including EchoStar's DISH satellite TV service.