Like every other website on the planet, SmallNetBuilder uses cookies. Our cookies track login status, but we only allow admins to log in anyway, so those don't apply to you. Any other cookies you pick up during your visit come from advertisers, which we don't control.
If you continue to use the site, you agree to tolerate our use of cookies. Thank you!

Router Charts

Click for Router Charts

Router Ranker

Click for Router Ranker

NAS Charts

Click for NAS Charts

NAS Ranker

Click for NAS Ranker

More Tools

Click for More Tools

Items tagged with: HomePNA

New HomePNA Standard Could Compete With MoCA

HomePNA logoThe HomePNA Alliance has announced a new standard that could provide an alternative to MoCA for delivering high bandwidth data over coax cables.

HomePNA still alive and kickin'

Tags:

The HomePNA Alliance wants us to know that it is still in the fight as an alternative (to Ethernet) networking technology. It today announced HomePNA 3.1 certification of nine new products and the first 320 Mbps chipset reference design from CopperGate.

The newly-certified products include VDSL2 and ADSL2+ residential gateways, Ethernet to coax bridges and a set top box. Companies included 2Wire, D-Link, SMC, SendTek and Scientific Atlanta.

HomePNA Alliance adds three members

Tags:

The HomePNA Alliance today announced that three more companies have joined. The new members are CAIW, a Dutch cable service provider of television, Internet and radio, Ooma, a VoIP handset and service provider, and Phybridge, a gateway manufacturer.

HomePNA creates, promotes and certifies home networking over existing coax cables and phone wires to deliver Internet Protocol (IP) services like IPTV, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and data.

HomePNA Alliance still growing

Tags:

The HomePNA Alliance announced today it now has more than 40 member companies collaborating to promote the adoption of the only multimedia home networking standard approved by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). HomePNA technology enables high-speed, triple-play Internet services over both phone wires and coaxial cables at speeds up to 320 megabits per second.

The newest members are AFL Telecommunication, a fiber optics product manufacturer and VDSL2 RF filter components manufacturer, Askey Computer Corp., a modem and set-top box manufacturer, CyberTAN Technology, Inc., a manufacturer of broadband and wireless networking equipment, and Medium Link System Technology, a multi-tenant unit (MTU) system integrator.

Phoneline Networking now international standard

The HomePNA Alliance today announced that the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) has standardized the HomePNA 3.1 multimedia home networking specification. The Alliance said that Recommendation G9954 (01/2007) makes HomePNA the only "internationally standardized existing-wire home networking technology".

HomePNA 3.1 enables service providers to offer high-speed, triple-play Internet services over both phone wires and coaxial cables at speeds up to 320 Mbps.


HomePNA releases 3.1 spec

Tags:

HomePNA today announced the release of HomePNA 3.1, a home networking specification that increases data rates over existing home wiring to 320 Mbps.

Wi-Fi System Tools
Check out our Wi-Fi System Charts, Ranker and Finder!

Support Us!

If you like what we do and want to thank us, just buy something on Amazon. We'll get a small commission on anything you buy. Thanks!

Over In The Forums

Hi all,I need your suggestion for a router upgrade.Actually I'm using an RT-AC66U (Mipsel/Single Core) with Entware-NG.All worked fine, even if I'm st...
My headless server is placed on the attic with only power and ethernet, it has a old static IP assigned from within windows, so it now faults to a 16...
Hi, today I found that when adding a specific DNSFilter rule for my laptop, the router (RT-AX88U) was still using the 'default' DNSFilter rule for the...
I'm running an SFTP server on one of my computers, connected via ethernet to my RT-AC68U running the latest Merlin firmware.When I access the server d...
Sorry for long post, but wanted to provide some background and how I have my routers setup...I have ATT as my ISP who provides the BWG210-700 modem/ro...

Don't Miss These

  • 1
  • 2
  • 3