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CopperGate Communications to Exhibit HomePlug AV for First Time at the NXTcomm08 Show

Client, CopperGate Communications, the Everywire Home Networking Company™, today announced it would exhibit HomePlug AV and HomePNA technologies at the NXTcomm08 show being held June 16 through 19 at the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, NV. View the press release here. Download the press release as a Word doc here: Download CGatNXTComm08FINAL-EON.doc CopperGate will showcase its blazing fast HomePNA technology, the leading coax and phoneline solution for IPTV home networks. NXTcomm will be the first public demonstration of CopperGate’s new HomePlug AV technology. The company will exhibit at booth number SL 4124 and will also discuss IPTV, home networking trends and the hot new emerging wired home networking standard, G.hn. Meet with CopperGate at NXTCom08Journalists, Bloggers, and Analysts wanting to meet with CopperGate at NXTCom08, should contact Bage Anderson –  bage at weinkrantz dot com for an...

CopperGate Announces Low Cost Solution for Broadband Access in Multi-Dwelling Units (MDUs) for Cable Operators in China’s Rapidly Growing Market

Today at the International CATV Technology Conference (ICTC 2007), our client, CopperGate Communications, announced the availability of its latest reference design aimed at Chinese cable service provider requirements for high quality, low cost provisioning of triple play IP video, data and voice services over existing cable connections to apartments in MDUs. The new CG3110MLHRD Ethernet over Coax (EoC) design, implemented in a low cost, small form factor, easy to install module, creates new revenue opportunities for cable service providers without the need to make significant investments in upgrading their infrastructure. Read the news release in English here. Download coppergate_announces_new_low_cost_mdu_reference_design_at_ictc_20071.doc...

CopperGate Ships over 2 Million HomePNA 3.1 Chipsets

Today at TelcoTV, our client, CopperGate Communications, the leading provider of home networking technology for triple play IPTV over existing home wiring, announced that it has shipped over 2 Million HomePNA 3.1 CopperStream chipsets to OEM customers worldwide. The CopperStream chipset provides a complete HomePNA 3.1 home networking solution that operates over both coaxial cables and phone wires featuring guaranteed parameter-based quality of service (guaranteed QoS) to eliminate collisions between data streams and high user throughput to distribute multiple streams of high definition television (HDTV) as well standard definition television, VoIP and other multimedia data throughout the home. CopperStream chipsets are the first to comply with the ITU G.9954 home networking standard and feature powerful remote management and diagnostics capabilities. Congratulations to our client.  This is a huge milestone, and it’s great to work with a company that is helping to the revolutionize home networking, networked entertainment, and multi-dwelling unit (MDU) broadband access markets. Read the press release here. Download coppergate_ships_over_2_million_chips_1007.doc...

Zhone Technologies Selects CopperGate HomePNA 3.1 for Intelligent FTTH Gateway Product

Today at NXTcomm, Zhone Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: ZHNE), a global provider of advanced communications equipment and a leader in VoIP, IPTV, and Ethernet services over copper or fiber access lines, and our client, CopperGate Communications, the leading provider of home networking technology for triple play IPTV over existing coax and phone wires, announced that Zhone has selected CopperGate’s CopperStream HomePNA 3.1 chipset for Zhone’s new zNID intelligent FTTH gateway. See the news release below: Download...

5 Million Channels and Nothing’s On: Discovery and Discovery and Recommendation in an Internet Video World

According to Network2’s Chris Brogan , television is no longer a single box. It’s no longer a single tuner. It’s a combination of everything your video service provider offers plus everything available via the Internet today. Add to this various set-top box content offerings, like the Apple TV ( I just got one and it’s way too cool), and you’ll see that the battle isn’t for your living room; it’s for your attention. Read his take in "KillerApp.com" on where to find, what he calls, "the good stuff," on Internet.  (Hint: it’s on sites like...