InCoax Network Europe AB develops, markets, and sells solutions for broadband access over the coax infrastructure existing in multi-dwelling units, block of flats, terraced fields, hotels, and holiday villages in Sweden and Europe. It offers InCoax GoCA System; gigabit controllers; coax link controllers; coax link repeaters; coax access modems; and coax link managers. The company serves property owners and telecom operators. InCoax Network Europe AB is based in Gävle, Sweden with sales offices in Stockholm, Sweden; and Jyväskylä, Finland.
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InCoax Networks Joins MoCA as a Contributor Member
Jun 30 14
InCoax Networks has joined MoCA as a Contributor member. InCoax Networks uses the free capacity in existing in-building coaxial cables to enable high-speed internet access, IPTV, VoIP and Web-TV services without the need to pull new cables. Its products deliver next-generation 100+ Mbps home access networking technologies to many of the world's leading telecom and broadband service providers.
InCoax Networks Introduces Next Generation IP over Coax
Oct 22 13
At Broadband World Forum 2013 in Amsterdam, InCoax Networks will introduce its next generation Coax Link Controller, which is the Fibre Extension over the existing coaxial cabling inside apartment buildings. With the progress of Connected-TV and OTT services, IP over Coax is an obvious access alternative. The new Coax Link Controller can provide up to 1,4 Gbps over the in-building coaxial network and is a cost-effective and competitive solution that makes it possible for operators to ensure network capacity and quality of service for all network subscribers. Depending on modem type, individual subscribers can achieve up to 350Mbps broadband speeds, meeting the growing demand for streaming Connecting-TV and OTT video services. Today, subscribers need very high bandwidth with fibre type connections to their homes, which support symmetrical services for content delivery and interactive gaming. The InCoax Coax Link Controller is an access network node that makes it possible to deliver signals from fibre networks to individual subscribers via existing coaxial cabling. As the only European manufacturer of this technology, InCoax utilises Entropic's c.LINK Ethernet over Coax MoCA chipset solution, which allows Coax Link Controller to support broadband speeds up to 1,4 Gbps over 8 RF-channels downstream and upstream. Depending on modem design, two RF-channels can be combined and a maximum speed of 350 Mbps can be achieved to individual subscribers. The Coax Link Controller is designed with a network processor capable of handling up to 10Gbps so several Coax Link Controllers can be connected to the in-coming fibre of an apartment building. Cable-TV uses a spectrum up to 862 MHz. InCoax IP over Coax technology utilises the free spectrum above that, between 950 MHz to 1525MHz. Data services can thus co-exist with existing TV content. The higher spectrum is generally no problem as most in-building coax networks can handle this. Older networks have been refurbished during the transition from analogue to digital TV. Coaxial cables can transport signals up to 2400 MHz with acceptable cable attenuation within in-building cable lengths. In many cases, though, splitters and taps have to be replaced to support up to 2400 MHz, at a minor cost. With the latest MoCA 1.1 access technology it is possible to provide up to 175 Mbps capacity per RF channel. This provides each subscriber with 100 Mbps surf capacity, and up to 3 HD IPTV channels. On average there are 2,7 TV-sets per apartment in Europe. Coaxial cables are very robust against external interference due to its shielding. These cables are, in opposite to phone lines, always available in the building, either in the basement or in the loft.