MoCA gains European traction with six service provider trials

The Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) has revealed that MoCA networking technology is now being trialled by six service providers in Europe.

MoCA technology works by turning a home’s existing coaxial cabling into an IP-over-coax connection for delivering multiple streams of content throughout the home with high reliability and throughput.

“Going into trials with six European service providers demonstrates that there is serious demand in Europe for a reliable in-home backbone capable of extending and enhancing Wi-Fi networks and providing the QoE that consumers expect from an ever-expanding range of media services,” said Charles Cerino, MoCA president.

Home networking technologies will be discussed during the Home Summit conference stream at this year’s Broadband World Forum event, taking place in Amsterdam on 16th-18th October. For more information and to register, please click visit

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