Phonex Broadband Corporation has been designing, manufacturing, and marketing technologies that transmit telephone, data, audio, and video reliably over electrical wiring for over 14 years. The unique set of technologies offered by Phonex Broadband are highly proprietary and offer the compelling solution of installing technology without adding new wires.
Phonex chipsets are currently in over 10 million nodes throughout the world, making it the undisputed leader in sophisticated home networking solutions over the electrical wiring grid of buildings.
The strong history of Phonex Broadband's successes has resulted in a very impressive patent portfolio, significant install base of technologies worldwide, and a knack for being ‘first to market’ with the most innovative solutions of the digital home of today.
Phonex Broadband products address the entire spectrum of application needs within the residential environment. Telephony, high-speed data, audio, video, set-top-boxes, DSL, Cable Modems, gaming consoles, and any technology with a modem can be networked without the burden of new wiring and costly installation delays.
22 Aug 2006
Unit shipments of the patented Wireless Phone Jack design spike past 2005 volumes due to increased sales for satellite applications
August 22, 2006 - Salt Lake City,UT - Phonex™, a leading volume provider of voice and data communications over powerline, announced that unit sales during first half of 2006 for the patented Wireless Phone Jack design have increased 134% over the same period last year. The primary driver was sales for use with the installation of satellite set top boxes.
9 May 2006
Dramatic success of design wins paves the way for new ReadyWire applications
May 9, 2006 - Salt Lake City,UT - Phonex™, a leading volume provider of voice and data communications over powerline, announced they have shipped over 12 million powerline devices. Phonex is currently shipping fourth-generation Phone Jack designs using established powerline technology. This volume and experience paves the way for market acceptance of ReadyWire, the advanced digital voice and data communications ASIC using OFDM Lite powerline communications.
7 Jun 2005
Satellite return-path application driving external wireless jack and ReadyWire embedded solutions to record growth
June 7, 2005 - Salt Lake City,UT - Phonex Broadband™ Corporation, a world leader in Power Line Carrier (PLC) voice and data communication devices, unveiled its plans for a 60M unit install base by 2009. Phonex has capitalized on the satellite set top box return path application by using its wireless modem jack to create a phone outlet at any AC electrical outlet. ReadyWire, an embeddable powerline IC solution, is gaining attention because of three unique features: a cost saving integrated modem, mesh technology to ensure greater coverage in more applications, and an external bridge gateway designed to connect phone, Ethernet, wireless or cellular networks to a ReadyWire set top box network.
22 Mar 2005
Machine-to-Machine communication will drive growth as devices enabled with sensors and intelligence relay critical information across the Internet
March 22, 2005 - Salt Lake City,UT - Phonex Broadband™, a leading volume provider of voice and data communications over powerline, is poised to leverage the ramping M2M (machine to machine) market. Remote machines will use sensors and intelligence to create and relay critical information across the Internet for use by service organizations and industrial applications. Phonex can connect these devices using ReadyWire, a family of embedded powerline communications chips that boasts reliable data delivery within a building and the ability to bridge to broadband, wireless and phone systems using innovative gateways.
26 Feb 2004
International field test to demonstrate ReadyWire's superior range, reliability, and cost compared to other wireless and powerline technologies
February 26, 2004 - Salt Lake City,UT - Phonex Broadband™ Corporation, a world leader in Power Line Carrier (PLC) voice and data communications, today announced plans for the international field test of the ReadyWire Powerline Home Communications Chip. The ReadyWire chip can be embedded into set top boxes to enable box to box communication as well as a telephone base unit. The field test will measure range, reliability, and performance for set top box and many other applications in the home.
14 May 2002
SAN RAMON, Calif., May 14, 2002 - The HomePlug® Powerline Alliance, an industry consortium established to provide a forum for the development of an open specification of home powerline networking products and services, will display and demonstrate HomePlug certified products from 9 member companies at CONNECTIONS 2002 in Dallas, Texas.
24 Feb 2000
CeBIT 2000 - 02.24.2000 - Phonex Broadband Corporation, the Utah-based world leader of Power Line Carrier (PLC) voice and data communication devices, announced today that it has opened a new European office in London as part of its expansion efforts into more worldwide markets.
24 Feb 2000
CeBIT 2000 - 02.24.2000 - Phonex Broadband Corporation, the Utah-based world leader of Power Line Carrier (PLC) voice and data communication devices, announced today that it is shipping a revolutionary new technology which transmits voice and data signals over the power mains in a home. The PhoneXtender™ product, which has received BABT 701 and NTR3 approvals for the United Kingdom, is now available for purchase throughout Great Britain. Phonex will showcase the PhoneXtender at the CEBIT show in Hannover, Germany, February 24-March 1.
7 Feb 2000
Mivale, UT - 02.07.2000 - Phonex Broadband Corporation, the Utah-based world leader of voice and data communication devices over power lines, recently announced at the CES 2000 show in January that it will be the first to market this year with 10 Mbit networking over home power lines.
19 Nov 1999
Mivale, UT - 11.19.1999 - Phonex Corporation, the Utah-based world leader in wireless telephone extension systems, announced today that it has changed its company name to “Phonex Broadband Corporation”. The new name, along with a new logo and corporate look, have been adopted in order to reflect the company's recent expansion into the broadband home networking and communications market.
3 Aug 1999
17 May 1999