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Industry Analyst Firm, In-Stat Reports: G.hn Poised For Growth

July 01, 2011 4:07 AM  | 5 comments  | 0 TrackBack

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Industry Analyst firm, In-Stat has just published a report presenting a full analysis of the existing alternatives in the wired home networking space, and forecasts node shipments by region, standard, and device type for the next five years. 
Highlights of the report include...

  • Worldwide, more than 40 million wired home networking nodes shipped in 2010.
  • HomePlug node shipments currently represent 50 percent of all nodes shipped.
  • The main providers of networking nodes for this market are Atheros, Entropic, Sigma Designs and Broadcom.
  • G.hn will replace HPNA and then overtake MoCA by end of year 2015.
  • HomePlug dominates router/gateway home networking units throughout the forecast period, and set-top boxes will be dominated by MoCA. However, G.hn will make impressive gains in set-top boxes, becoming the second most popular standard by 2013 and challenging MoCA by 2015.
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    Authored byVahid Dejwakh  the report may be ordered here for a cost of $3,495.00.

     

     

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    Very interesting facts, and congratulations for In- Stat!

    I must check it out. It would be quite interesting for my business partners.

    I'll check this out for sure.Thank you for this useful information about In-Stat.

    It was about time such extensive analysis was developed. Kudos to In-Stat!

    As the whole world becomes wired to the internet, sales of the networking nodes will continued to rise. Unless perhaps they develop an alternative device for networking, this might end our use of networking nodes.

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