More Internet Over Power Lines News

Driving the worldwide acceptance of high-speed networking over power lines, the HomePlug® Powerline Alliance today announced that its member companies have now shipped over nine million powerline communications devices on six continents. Building on this momentum, Intel® Corporation recently disclosed at its Developer Forum in Beijing, that the company plans to include HomePlug AV technology as an optional feature on select 2008 desktop platforms.

“With the emergence of Internet-delivered video, improvements in home networking and standards such as HomePlug A/V, are vital to ensuring that high-definition digital entertainment can seamlessly get inside and move between devices in the home,” said Eric Kim, Intel senior vice president and general manager of the Digital Home Group. “Intel has been evaluating the performance of HomePlug AV and has found the technology to be a robust and viable solution for the home.””

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One Response to “More Internet Over Power Lines News”

  1. Friedrich Says:

    High bandwidth Powerline Communication can not avoid causing interference to lisenced radio services in HF and low VHF range. Among these are shortwave broadcast services such as the BBC World Service.

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