New Powerline Networking Adapter Set from Corinex Creates
— David O'Brien (@DOBrienAJC) January 4, 2014
Multimedia Networks in Minutes!
LAS VEGAS — For consumers looking to install their own digital
entertainment home network, Corinex Communications introduces the
HomeNet Powerline and CableLAN HD200 series of adapters, the latest
addition to the company’s AV200 product line known for carrying
video on demand (VOD), IPTV, voice and broadband Internet access over
existing electrical wires and cable wire infrastructure.
HomeNet is a convenient solution for consumers wanting to create
multimedia network applications without adding any new wiring to their
home. The product uses Broadband over Powerline (BPL) technology.
Supporting transfer rates of up to 200 Mbps, HomeNet provides ample
bandwidth to stream multiple high quality video signals while
simultaneously delivering high speed Internet access throughout the
home. Simply plug in one adapter to an electrical outlet and a modem or
router, and all of the electrical outlets in the home are ready to
receive high bandwidth multimedia signals. Installation is easy, and a
robust home network is set up in minutes without having to run new
cabling, or deal with wireless limitations, including reduced bandwidth,
dead-spots, frequent disconnects and reconnects, etc.
“HomeNet provides consumers with an easy-to-install
alternative to re-wiring their entire home in an effort to create a
digital home network,” commented Scott Despot, senior director of
sales for Corinex. “Not only is HomeNet easy to install but it
provides all of the same advantages of a wired solution such as a clean
uninterrupted signal at hard-wired speeds, without having to install new
In addition to the existing features of all Corinex AV200 products,
HomeNet introduces the following new enhancements to consumers:
* Increased transmission line noise immunity. Traditionally
electrically noisy devices such as hair dryers and vacuums plugged into
the power line circuit now have less affect on the network.
* Improved circuit sensitivity. Powerline adapters can now receive
network data at higher speeds over longer distances with less packet
* Interchangeable AC interface connectors. Now the adapter’s
AC wall plug can be changed based upon where consumers are located,
meaning the adapters can travel and work from the U.S. to France, China
to Brazil and even from Australia to Russia.
* Power-saving standby mode. When not in use, the adapter can be
put in standby mode minimizing the unit’s power usage and keeping
electric bills low.
With HomeNet, VoIP, broadcast television and multiplayer online and
head-to-head games do not experience glitches, frame loss or delays,
even if other users in the home network are downloading large files, Web
surfing or streaming audio and video files.
HomeNet is available starting today for $169 MSRP. For more
information or to purchase HomeNet, visit Corinex at www.corinex.com.
About Corinex Communications Corp.
Corinex AnyWire[TM] Connectivity solutions distribute high speed IP
signals on electrical wiring, coax, and phone lines. Corinex has a
Powerline market share of 48% worldwide (In-Stat) and 40% in North
America (Frost & Sullivan). Its products are used by tier one
service providers including Telefonica and Belgacom to distribute IPTV
service throughout the home. Corinex is the recipient of the From &
Sullivan “Best Product Line Strategy” award, Utilities Telecom
Council’s Best Automated Metering Infrastructure award for Access,
finalist for the International Engineering Consortium InfoVision award
for Best Access Technology, Retailvision nominee for Best New Product
and Best Product: Digital Home (x2) for Corinex In-Home products and
others. For media inquiries, contact Lauren Littlefield at Dittoe PR at
317-202-2280 x.17 or email@example.com.