9 Mar 2006
Visit SPiDCOM's booth at CeBIT 2006 to meet senior business and technical staff, see a live demonstration of high-speed communications over electrical powerlines/coaxial cables, and a prototype of SPiDCOM's upcoming HomePlug AV compatible chip.
CeBIT 2006, Hanover, Germany, 9th - 15th of March - SPiDCOM Technologies, Hall 15, booth D13F
SPiDCOM Technologies has developed solutions for high-speed communications over electrical power lines and over coaxial cables (CATV).
In addition to audio/video (AV) applications, the solutions support Internet, VoIP, video on demand, digital audio and HDTV streaming, basic LAN connections, online games…
It does it:
Visiting SPiDCOM Technologies' booth, you will be able to see a live Home AV demonstration based on SPiDCOM's SPR200-ETH (PLC/Ethernet bridge) and SCR200-ETH (Coaxial Cable/Ethernet bridge) reference designs.
Using both the PLC/Ethernet and Coaxial Cable/Ethernet bridges, several multicast video streams will be sent from a server to TVs and laptops using electrical power lines as well as coaxial cables.
VoIP communications will also be shown using the power lines with a demonstration of the SPK200-VoIP, SPiDCOM's PLC/Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) development kit.
SPiDCOM Technologies will also present a prototype of its upcoming chip compatible with the HomePlug AV standard.
Event: CeBIT 2006, Hanover
Time: 9th – 15th of March
Place: Hall 15, Booth D13F, French Pavillon
Demo: Home AV networking , including VoIP
SPiDCOM Technologies is a fabless semi-conductor company. It specialises in the design and marketing of integrated circuits and modules for very high-speed powerline communication and digital data over coaxial cable solutions.
We target OEM/ODM manufacturers who want to integrate into their products a high-speed, flexible and configurable solution supporting any broadband service such as Internet, VoIP, video-on-demand, digital audio and HDTV video streaming, basic LAN connections and online games.
SPiDCOM Technologies is deeply involved in the working groups of the HomePlug Powerline Alliance focusing on HomePlug AV and HomePlug BPL.