InCoax Networks launches products for demanding out-door applications.
All hotels want to give their guests information and entertainment. With IPTV a more varied and flexible content can be offered, with both satellite programs and Video on Demand. All hotels have an existing coaxial network. InCoax Networks solves the IP access challenge by utilizing the existing in-building coaxial cables for IP transmission, without installing new and expensive data cables.
The accommodation barge Pacific Installer, used by the oil company Chevron outside the coast of Australia, has been equipped with InCoax broadband access technology in order to distribute IPTV to the cabins.
InCoax has received the first order for the offshore industry. The vessel Pacific Orca, used for assembly of offshore windmills, has been equipped with InCoax broadband access technology in order to distribute IPTV to the ships cabins.
The route for connecting homes to the Internet fiber backbone has until now been new fiber or LAN cabling within the building. This alternative is expensive and subject to apartment and building owner approval which delays fiber deployment. The solution is to use the existing in-building cable infrastructure. Most attractive is to use the TV coax-cable network, according to the MoCA standard, where broadband services are delivered to each home through antenna outlets. This technology is used in more than 10 million US homes as fiber extension.
InCoax Networks announces a market co-operation with Baze Technology A/S, the Norwegian market leader in IPTV for the offshore industry. InCoax access technology over existing coax cables simplifies installation of IPTV solutions in the hospitality markets.
InCoax has now developed installation guidelines for installers, which deals with what may need to be upgraded when the coax network is used to deliver fast broadband
Transit Broadband, with operations primarily north of Stockholm, chooses InCoax Networks for its expansion to give their subscribers access to fast broadband and future related services, such as IPTV, over the existing in-building coaxial networks.
27-29 September InCoax did participate at the Broadband World Forum (BBWF) in Paris. Our stand was visited by a large number of different operators from more than 30 different countries. The feedback on the InCoax system was very positive from the op...
Today, DSL is the preferred access technology among broadband operators, using twisted-pair copper wiring originally only intended for telephony. The proven MoCA technology, using the existing and technically superior, in-house coaxial network is an ...
InCoax Networks presents its Gigabit over Coax Access Platform during Finnet Day Conference in Turku, September 29
InCoax Networks presents its Gigabit over Coax Access platform at Broadband World Forum, Paris September 27-29
Savonlinna, Finland, July 1, 2011. InCoax Networks announces that the Finnish operator Blue Lake Communications (BLC) has selected their Gigabit over Coax Access (GoCA) technology in order to offer high speed broadband and future IPTV services.
InCoax Networks launches its Gigabit over coax Access Platform on the Finnish markets at the Finnish Regional Conference, April 27-29
InCoax Networks launches its Gigabit over coax Access Platform on the Norwegian markets at the Tele Cruise, April 5-7.
During IPTV World Forum, London March 22-24, and the latest in IPTV will be presented. This fast-growing business area finds new applications in new surroundings, such as hotels, hospitals, shipping and offshore dwelling platforms.
InCoax introduces new products for European market
InCoax Networks holds workshop presentation InCoax will present its concept at the FTTH Councils Conference in Milan, February 8-10. “Gigabit over Coax – the network access in existing buildings” will be presented at one of the pre-conference workshops.
InCoax Networks, a leading provider of equipment for broadband access over existing in-building coaxial cables, announce today market co-operation with Vianeos, the French market leader in IPTV platforms.
Networks launches new products for the hotel and hospitality markets.
PARIS (BROADBAND WORLD FORUM), October 26, 2010 — InCoax Networks and Entropic Communications, Inc. (Nasdaq: ENTR), today announced that InCoax has brought to market a Gigabit over Coax Platform that uses Entropic’s Ethernet over Coax (EoC) solution
InCoax Networks launches its new Gigabit over coax Access Platform at the Broadband World Forum in Paris, October 26-28.