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April 2, 2005

CommsDesign, Thu, 10 Mar 2005 7:58 AM PST NETGEAR and Intellon Team Up to Showcase HomePlug(R) 1.0 With Turbo 85 Mbps Solutions for Faster Powerline
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CeBIT, HANNOVER, Germany, March 9 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Intellon Corporation, the world leader in powerline communications, and NETGEAR(R), Inc. , a worldwide provider of technologically advanced, branded networking products, today announced that they are teaming to deliver among the first solutions based on Intellon's 85Mbps powerline networking chipset for high speed powerline networking.

Reuters via Yahoo! News, Thu, 10 Mar 2005 8:02 AM PST Japanese Giants Launch Web Over Powerline System
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Three Japanese consumer electronics giants have created a new technology to transport Internet and media signals around the home via the electricity network, Panasonic said on Thursday. Sony (6758.T), Mitsubishi (6503.T) and Matsushita-owned (6752.T) Panasonic have set up the SECA powerline alliance.

Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance, Thu, 10 Mar 2005 5:00 AM PST Conexant Receives 'EE Times' ACE Award for RF and Microwave Ultimate Product of the Year
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Conexant Systems, Inc. , a worldwide leader in semiconductor solutions for broadband communications, enterprise networks and the digital home, today announced that its low-power radio frequency CX24113 satellite tuner received the "EE Times" ACE Award for the Ultimate Product of the Year in the "RF and Microwave" category.

Reuters via Yahoo! News, Thu, 10 Mar 2005 8:02 AM PST Japanese Giants Launch Web Over Powerline System
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Three Japanese consumer electronics giants have created a new technology to transport Internet and media signals around the home via the electricity network, Panasonic said on Thursday. Sony (6758.T), Mitsubishi (6503.T) and Matsushita-owned (6752.T) Panasonic have set up the SECA powerline alliance.

Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance, Thu, 10 Mar 2005 6:15 AM PST Telkonet and SINLAK Holdings to Market High-Speed Internet Access System in Turkey
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Telkonet, Inc. , the leader in commercial powerline communications , announced today that SINLAK Electronics and Telecom Co., a member of SINLAK Holdings, as a value- added reseller, will market Telkonet's high-speed Internet access system throughout Turkey.

vnunet.com via Yahoo! UK & Ireland News, Fri, 11 Mar 2005 11:00 AM PST Sparks fly over 200Mbit mains links
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Panasonic goes its own way over instant network technology

Slashdot, Sat, 12 Mar 2005 9:25 PM PST Japanese Firms Claim 170Mb/s Service Via Powerline
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valdean writes "Sony, Mitsubishi, and Panasonic have created and launched a new technology to transport Internet and media signals around the home via the electricity network at speeds 3x that of Wi-Fi. It's even fast enough for HDTV. The introduction is only dependent on government authorization."

Addict 3D, Sat, 12 Mar 2005 10:58 PM PST Web Over Powerline System Launched
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Three Japanese consumer electronics giants have created a new technology to transport Internet and media signals around the home via the electricity network, Panasonic said on Thursday. Sony (6758.T), Mitsubishi (6503.T) and Matsushita-owned (6752.T) Panasonic have set up the SECA powerline alliance.

BBC News, Mon, 14 Mar 2005 0:52 AM PST Cebit show does more with media
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Now you can do much more with your collection of digital songs and movies.

Broadband Reports, Mon, 14 Mar 2005 3:59 PM PST Manassas BPL: 300Kbps, $29/Month
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Higher tiers/ new hardware on the way. Computer World explores one of the country's largest BPL (broadband over powerline) deployments in Manassas, Virginia. For $28.95 per month, some 200 users get 300Kbps speeds; the article notes the company deploying the service (ComTek) will soon be..

PR Web, Mon, 14 Mar 2005 2:51 PM PST Despite Rapid Uptake of Wireless Home Networks, Ethernet is Here to Stay
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According to New Research from The Diffusion Group,Reports of the Demise of Ethernet are Premature and Ill-Informed [PRWEB Mar 14, 2005]

PR Web, Mon, 14 Mar 2005 2:51 PM PST Despite Rapid Uptake of Wireless Home Networks, Ethernet is Here to Stay
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According to New Research from The Diffusion Group,Reports of the Demise of Ethernet are Premature and Ill-Informed [PRWEB Mar 14, 2005]

PR Web via Yahoo! News, Mon, 14 Mar 2005 2:15 PM PST Despite Rapid Uptake of Wireless Home Networks, Ethernet is Here to Stay
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(PRWEB) March 14, 2005 -- Although many research firms have proclaimed that wireless has eclipsed Ethernet as a home networking technology, research from The Diffusion Group suggests that such findings are without merit. In fact, Ethernet is a primary technological component of more than 90% of the home networks deployed in US households today.

Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance, Mon, 14 Mar 2005 11:05 PM PST DS2 Dominates World of Powerline Pavilion at CeBIT 2005
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Multiple suppliers have chosen CeBIT to showcase products and networking devices based on DS2's 200 Mbps chips, the only high-speed powerline chips available today. New products incorporating the Consumer Electronics Association and /Consumer Electronics Show award winning chips dominate the World of Powerline Pavilion at CeBIT.

DS2 DOMINATES WORLD OF POWERLINE PAVILION AT CEBIT 2005; MULTIPLE SUPPLIERS SHOW CASE DS2 BASED 200MBPS PLC EQUIPMENT Multiple suppliers have chosen CeBIT to showcase products and networking devices based on DS2's 200 Mbps chips, the only high-speed powerline chips available today. New products incorporating the Consumer Electronics Association and /Consumer Electronics Show award winning chips dominate the World of Powerline Pavilion at CeBIT. DS2 chips, whose shipments are approaching a million units, are the chips of choice for interoperable powerline communication devices covering any application from metropolitan area networking to integration into consumer electronics devices such as televisions, home theatre sets and IP set-top boxes for triple play.

Primezone via Yahoo! UK & Ireland Finance, Tue, 15 Mar 2005 4:01 AM PST Arkados, Inc. Selected by Kodiak and Shelton to Present at Silicon East Summit 2005
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NORTH PLAINFIELD N.J., March 15, 2005 (PRIMEZONE) -- Kodiak Venture Partners and Shelton have identified Arkados, Inc. as one of the east coast's most promising semiconductor companies, and are featuring Arkados at the upcoming Silicon East Summit. A subsidiary of CDKNet.com, Inc. (OTCBB:CDKN), Arkados is a developer of highly integrated System-on-Chip (SoC) solutions focused on broadband

New Straits Times: Computer Times, Sun, 20 Mar 2005 8:36 PM PST Highlights: Broadband through digital powerline connectivity
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NOT many people know that powerlines can be an alternative “last-mile solution” for broadband penetration in Malaysia.

Tom's Hardware Guide, Fri, 18 Mar 2005 9:00 AM PST Corinex, DS2 announce 200Mbps powerline module
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Asia Pulse via Yahoo! Australia & NZ News, Thu, 17 Mar 2005 5:51 PM PST The Universal Powerline Association To Endorse OPERA Specification
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(Full text of statement. Contact details below.) HANNOVER, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 17, 2005-- At a Board of Directors Meeting Held in Hanover During CeBit, UPA Agreed to Endorse the Opera Specification and to Launch a Digital Home Industry Standardization Process The UPA has reached agreement on the process for the preparation of the specification for its Digital Home Standard (DHS) and

Digi Times, Thu, 17 Mar 2005 2:34 AM PST iSuppli: Outlook for China broadband market remains bright in 2005
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The broadband Internet access market in China has achieved vigorous growth in recent years, enabling the nation to emerge as a broadband superpower, with more than 20 million subscribers at the end of 2004. iSuppli forecasts that the market will continue expanding in 2005, generating greater opportunities for service providers, equipment manufacturers and semiconductor suppliers.

Business Wire via Yahoo! Finance, Wed, 16 Mar 2005 7:17 AM PST Telkonet Primed for International Expansion in France and Denmark
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Telkonet, Inc. , the leader in commercial powerline communications , announced today that two value-added resellers - Lakota and Holbech EL A/S - are marketing Telkonet's high-speed Internet access system in France and Denmark, respectively.

PR Newswire via Yahoo! Finance, Wed, 16 Mar 2005 5:00 AM PST Corinex Communications and Terayon Form Strategic Business Partnership
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Corinex Communications Corp. and Terayon Communication Systems, Inc. have formed a strategic business partnership to develop and market a new line of products integrating HomePlug networking and UPA pre-standard 200Mbps AV Powerline technologies with Terayon's residential gateways compliant with CableHome 1.1.

WESTMINSTER, Colo., March 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- Interact-TV(TM) , a leading developer of home entertainment servers, has joined with Asoka(R) USA Corporation, a leading Powerline Communications technology (PLC) developer and manufacturer, to offer HomePlug(R) certified powerline Ethernet networking solutions for Interact-TV's high performance Telly Home Entertainment Servers(TM). Leveraging Asoka's PlugLink(TM) Ethernet Wall Mount, now in a smaller compact size, Interact-TV finds these powerline networking devices ideal for media serving applications in the home. Asoka's PlugLink home networking solutions employ PLC, a network technology that uses existing electrical wiring in a home or office as the conduit for data and voice transmission.
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Next, how will you connect them to the network? Few homes have ethernet cables in the kitchen. Your wireless appliances could use WiFi wireless networking, but that's relatively expensive, can be difficult to set up properly, and suffers from radio interference problems that could ruin a meal. Heuer favors powerline technology, which would let the appliances talk to one another simply by plugging them into an electrical outlet. Now, which appliances need networking?
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Interact-TV Inc. (Other OTC:ITVI.PK - News) has joined with Asoka USA Corporation, a leading Powerline Communications technology developer and manufacturer, to offer HomePlug certified powerline Ethernet networking solutions for Interact-TV's high performance Telly Home Entertainment Servers. Leveraging Asoka's PlugLink Ethernet Wall Mount, Interact-TV finds these powerline networking devices ideal for media serving applications in the home.

SEATTLE--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 31, 2005-- Its been thought about for years, but required a complete overhaul of X10's industry leading home control hardware combined with brand new software for video surveillance. An all-in-one home control system priced for the everyday homeowner yet powerful enough for the folks seeking a more sophisticated solution. Introducing the first system to combine X10's famous tiny wireless color video camera XCam2 with its industry leading and award winning PC-based Home Control ActiveHome Pro kit. The result is the world's premier do-it-yourself home control network. This system is backwards compatible and provides both existing ActiveHome Pro users and new X10 customers with the chance to add the power of video surveillance to traditional lighting and appliance control.
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Setup of the HomePlug Ethernet Adapter Kit from Actiontec was pretty simple and well within the grasp of a consumer. Speed is more than acceptable; it's rated at 14Mbps and I observed at least 10 during my residential tests. That's about the same as the older 802.11B standard and plenty for Internet use. ... I then discovered a new product from Actiontec that uses the power lines in your house to transmit Internet data from one point to another. The company has released two "HomePlug" kits that are aimed at solving connection issues involving distance.
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Phonex Broadband, a leading volume provider of voice and data communications over powerline, is poised to leverage the ramping M2M (machine to machine) market. Remote machines will use sensors and intelligence to create and relay critical information across the Internet for use by service organizations and industrial applications. Phonex can connect these devices using ReadyWire, a family of embedded powerline communications chips that boasts reliable data delivery within a building and the ability to bridge to broadband, wireless and phone systems using innovative gateways.
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