- Internet of Everything
- Mobile Devices
- Cloud & Mobile Applications
- Enterprise Cloud Services & Devices
- OTT & Multiscreen Video
- Connected Home
- Connected Vehicles & ITS
- Location Technology
- Cyber Security
- ID, Smart Cards & Security
- Teardowns & IP
- Connectivity Technologies & Semiconductors
- Mobile Device Semiconductors
- RF Power Semiconductors
- Radio Access Networks & Backhaul
- Telco Software, Optimization & Monetization
- HetNets, Small Cells & Femto
- Mobile Carrier Benchmarks & Strategies
- Global Subscribers & Indicators
Home Networking Update, MoCa in Europe, G.hn, HomePlug
This report discusses the wired home networking market: G.hn, HomePlug, HomePNA, and MoCA. To date most of the market developments have occurred in North America and Europe. MoCA has largely secured the cable and satellite market in North America, with HomePNA capturing a significant portion of telco operators. In Europe HomePlug has been the technology of choice by Telco operators, although MoCA is starting to gain some traction in the cable market. Latin America and Asia Pacific (along with Europe, outside of IPTV) are viewed as the key growth markets.
G.hn is entering the market and will challenge the incumbents for market share, but current market penetration (incompatibility with other technologies), pricing disadvantages, and next generation versions from competitors (HomePlug AV2, MoCA 2.0) will create a challenging market for G.hn. Hybrid networking (e.g. P1905) and the retail market are also expected to play an increasingly active role in the market.
Data in this report includes node shipments by technology (including version), total available market (from a pay TV household perspective), and penetration rates.