5 Jun 2006
Globalcomm, Chicago, IL - June 5, 2006 - Intellon Corporation, the leading provider of HomePlug®-compatible integrated circuits for home networking, networked entertainment and broadband over powerline applications, announced today that Texas Instruments (TI), a member of the HomePlug Powerline Alliance, has included Intellon's HomePlug AV standards-based 200-Mbps solution in its video over DSL demo at Globalcomm 2006. The demo is representative of a service provider's transport network for delivering video to the home and distributing video to any room within the home.
By visiting TI's booth at Globalcomm (Booth #35061), service providers and equipment manufacturers will be able to see a video stream being delivered over ADSL2+ to TI's AR7 Residential Gateway, connecting to various home networking technologies, including an Intellon HomePlug AV adapter, and ultimately delivering the IPTV experience over powerline to a TI DaVinciTM IP-STB.
“TI's broad portfolio of end equipment technologies enable end-to-end broadband solutions, and TI offers an RG solution flexible enough to accommodate various home networking technologies for the distribution of voice, video and data throughout the home,” said Kurt Eckles, director of Marketing and Customer Support for TI's Residential Gateway and Embedded Systems business unit. “Our advanced broadband technologies, combined with Intellon-enabled HomePlug AV standards-based ICs, deliver high-performing home entertainment connectivity solutions for service providers.”
“Intellon's HomePlug solutions have proven to be what service providers, consumers and equipment manufacturers want and need - simple, robust and reliable IPTV experiences.” said Andy Melder, SVP of strategic business development with Intellon. “The inclusion of Intellon's new HomePlug AV solution in TI's residential gateway demo validates the importance of offering a robust, plug-and-play solution for whole-home video distribution.”
Globalcomm 2006 will be held June 4 - 6 at McCormick Place in Chicago, IL.