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MoCA delivers itself as a credible challenger in coax broadband

Anga in Cologne in Germany this week is the focus for cable technology updates, and MoCA is no different, pushing the next step as its aim to move from being an in-home LAN connection, to being used for last mile broadband access. Obviously the last mile has somewhat shortened as the twisted pair of the telco has had to inch ever closer to the home and what was once 6.5 kilometers in twisted pair in ADSL, now becoming anything from 1,500 feet down to 70 feet in G.fast. But, of course MoCA Access, which launched at Anga this week, after being mooted as long as one year ago, last June, is only for coaxial cable and reaches 150 meters, which…

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