The wireless networking market is growing all the time. G.hn is one such company looking to take advantage of the trend in the market, with a bigger piece of the pie over the next year, as it explores opportunities in wired networking as well.
The company has been running a series of tests on types of technology it expects to deploy in the next few months.
It has been running trials on these systems for a while now and believes it’s ready to hit the ground running. Industry analyst ABI Research (News - Alert) sees unprecedented success in G.hn for 2013, thanks to its approach to the wired networking market.
Senior analyst for ABI, Michael Inouye, recently issued comments that said, “G.hn deployments will mark the end of a long road to market, a process true for all of the wired networking technologies. This time period, coupled with earlier entrances by competing technologies, however, has engendered significant advantages to the incumbent players – particularly in North America and Europe where MoCA and HomePlug (News - Alert), respectively, have established a significant market presence among service providers.”
“Next-generation MoCA 2.0 and HomePlug AV2 will also help mitigate G.hn’s purported speed advantage,” he said.
Not surprisingly, ABI believes G.hn has its best bet to hit new highs in the market by continuing to focus on the Asia-Pacific and Chinese markets. Hybrid networking is going to be very big for G.hn if the research firm is believed. While most people think MoCA will be popular in the Asia-Pacific markets, ABI did point out that there are factors there which make it hard to predict.
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Edited by Braden Becker