Semiconductor solutions provider MaxLinear joins HomeGrid Forum’s Board of Directors

HomeGrid Forum has announced that MaxLinear has joined AT&T, BT, CenturyLink, Marvell and Sigma Designs on the Board of Directors to help support the deployment of G.hn technology.

MaxLinear recently acquired Marvell’s G.hn business unit. Leonard Dauphinee, Ph.D., MaxLinear VP and chief technology officer, Broadband Group, will represent the company on the board.

“We are pleased to be joining the HomeGrid Forum Board to help advance G.hn technology,” commented Kishore Seendripu, Ph.D., chairman and CEO of MaxLinear.

Donna Yasay

“Our company is broadening its portfolio of network connectivity solutions. Adding G.hn to our existing MoCA technology offerings will allow us to provide a full range of connectivity options for both the operator and retail markets.”

Donna Yasay, president of the HomeGrid Forum, said, “MaxLinear is a leading provider of analog and mixed-signal technologies used in a range broadband access and connectivity applications.

The company’s dedication to the future of G.hn reflects its commitment to the technology.

As part of the HomeGrid Forum, MaxLinear will help promote G.hn solutions to its broad customer base, contributing to the growing success of this technology.”

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