HomeGrid Forum has announced that Donna Yasay will be stepping down as president following a successful two years with the Forum. Under Donna’s leadership, the HomeGrid Forum says it has flourished in the networking and communications market, ensuring G.hn products are multi-vendor interoperable even with multi-vendor silicon.
HomeGrid Forum announced China Telecom Shanghai Research Institute has become its newest promoter member. China Telecom Shanghai Research Institute is a major research organisation within the China Telecom Corporation, and has worked on G.hn related projects for more than three years.
The total number of HomeGrid Forum certified devices has increased to 26. During the latest wave of certifications, in partnership with HomeGrid Forum’s Accredited Test House (ATH)
Speaking today at BroadbandTV in Nashville, Donna Yasay, president of HomeGrid Forum, told the audience that G.hn is the number one technology to fulfil the needs for an in-home ultra-broadband experience, by extending Wi-Fi coverage and performance
Beaverton, Oregon, USA , 4 December, 2013 – Huawei, one the world’s leading ICT providers, has joined the HomeGrid Forum. As a contributor member, the company can participate in HomeGrid’s various working groups over a wide range of activities – from standards work, compliance and interoperability, to marketing and events.
Beaverton, Oregon, USA – HomeGrid Forum and the HomePNA Alliance have merged to create a single organisation focused on promoting advanced wired home networking technologies. The combined organisation will operate under the HomeGrid Forum banner.
Taiwan service provider joins within weeks of ground-breaking world first public demonstration of G.hn interoperability.
In a win for the wired home networking industry, four G.hn chipset manufacturers converged in Geneva, Switzerland, for the world’s first open G.hn Interoperability Plugfest.
AT&T has joined the Homegrid Forum as a promoter member and was appointed to the forum’s board of directors. Tom Starr, lead member of the technical staff at AT&T and a telecoms industry expert, will serve as the AT&T representative on the board.
The Homegrid Forum is backing the ITU-T Study Group 15’s draft standard (ITU-T G.9963, or G.hn-Mimo) that adds mimo (multiple input multiple output) technology to the G.hn standard for high-speed networking over existing home wiring.
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