UPnP Forum is an industry initiative designed to enable easy and robust connectivity among stand-alone devices and PCs from many different vendors. The Universal Plug and Play Forum is open to any company wanting to participate in driving the adoption of Universal Plug and Play. Companies with interests in particular device classes should become Universal Plug and Play Forum members and participate in the process to design schema templates for their device classes.
21 Dec 2005
Domosys will participate in the development of the HomePlug Command & Control specification
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada, Dec. 12 - Domosys Corporation, a leading provider of control networking technology, announced today that it has joined the ranks of HomePlug® Powerline Alliance, Inc., as a Participant Member. This organization creates international specifications for powerline networking products and services and has initiated the definition of a command and control technology known as HPCC (HomePlug Command & Control).
26 Aug 2002
“The Network Behind the Power Outlet” Promises to Provide New Insight on the Development and Distribution of Future Power Line Networking Products
SAN RAMON, Calif., August 26, 2002 - The HomePlug® Powerline Alliance, an industry consortium established to provide a forum for the development of an open specification of home power line networking products and services, today announced that its third annual member conference, “HomePlug: The Network Behind the Power Outlet,” will be held in Napa Valley, California on October 23-24.
25 Feb 2002
San Ramon, Calif. - Home appliances will likely be the first networked consumer products in the United States to take advantage of an Open Services Gateway Initiative (OSGi) gateway, followed by consumer electronics devices, said OSGi president John Barr.
27 Nov 2001
REDMOND, WA - November 27, 2001 - Enikia™, the fabless semiconductor manufacturer for powerline communications, and Metro Link, Inc., the leading provider of Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) technology, will publicly demonstrate the first easy-to-build home network using UPnP and high-speed powerline technology. This week at the Fifth UPnP Forum Summit, the companies will show individual devices that automatically join networks, obtain IP addresses, and learn about other devices on the network, by simply plugging into an electrical outlet and using the power line as a data path for UPnP data.