Tuesday, November 9, 2004

Coaxsys Unveils Home IPTV Coaxial Cable Network

Coaxsys, a start-up based in Los Gatos, California, introduced its "TVnet" solution for transforming existing home TV coaxial cable infrastructure into a high-speed, IPTV-ready digital
entertainment network. Once a TVnet adapter is connected to the video or broadband source, all other TV coax jacks in the home become network enabled.

Coaxsys said its technology delivers up to 104 Mbps transfer rate and supports distances up to 250 feet, enabling it to deliver multiple HDTV signals simultaneously throughout a home. The TVnet technology is also compatible with TV splitters and supports Ethernet unicast, multicast, and broadcast. The solution consists of a Coaxsys IPTV 7000 TVnet adapter that connects to any network-enabled operating system or device with an RJ-45 Ethernet network interface. It can be used for connecting IPTV set top boxes, gaming console systems, PVRs, multimedia servers, and VoIP phones. http://www.coaxsys.comCoaxsys was founded in 2002.


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