MOTOROLA POWERLINE MODEM PLUGS INTO POWER OUTLET FOR INTERNET.
The Powerline MU solution includes a Powerline MU Gateway which converts the Ethernet signal to a HomePlug(R) protocol and the signal is then injected directly into a building's electrical system. Users can then connect their computer or router to a Motorola Powerline modem that is plugged into a standard electrical outlet to gain access to the Internet.
"Motorola's Powerline MU solution demonstrated key benefits such as ease of deployment, scalability, and plug-and-play connectivity for subscribers," commented Radek Smok from KonekTel a.s., one of the leading suppliers for service providers in the Czech Republic that recently trialed the solution. "In addition, the Powerline MU Gateway offers flexibility as it can be powered not only by wireless broadband such as Motorola's Canopy platform or WiMAX but also existing broadband signals such as cable, fiber optics, DSL or satellite."
"Powerline MU is an innovative approach to broadband connectivity. In addition to service providers the solution enables building owners, commercial property managers and other businesses to provide building occupants with reliable Internet connectivity," said Paul Budgen, regional sales director, Motorola Networks & Enterprise. "The combination of its high speed, low cost, and quick deployment time to 'broadband enable' an entire building makes the Powerline MU solution an attractive proposition."
For property managers, the ability to offer broadband connectivity in virtually every outlet to prospective tenants can be a powerful marketing advantage. Property managers can also leverage their new IP network for video surveillance, alarm systems or energy management.
Delivering IP coverage to virtually all spaces, the MOTOwi4 portfolio includes fixed wireless, WiMAX, mesh, and Broadband over Powerline solutions for private and public networks.
Motorola Powerline MU is available in EMEA through local distribution channels. To request more information visit: http://products.adtrack.com/00383/contactcw.asp.
Thirteen industry-leading companies formed the HomePlug Powerline Alliance in March of 2000. Since most electronic devices already use power outlets to receive power, the goal of the alliance was create a way that these same power outlets and electrical wires could be used to connect the devices to each other and to the Internet. The alliance achieved this by evaluating technologies and creating a specification. The HomePlug 1.0 specification was released in June of 2001.
Motorola is known around the world for innovation and leadership in wireless and broadband communications. Inspired by our vision of seamless mobility, the people of Motorola are committed to helping you connect simply and seamlessly to the people, information and entertainment that you want and need. We do this by designing and delivering "must have" products, "must do" experiences and powerful networks -- along with a full complement of support services. A Fortune 100 company with global presence and impact, Motorola had sales of US $42.9 billion in 2006.
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|Publication:||Modem User News|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2007|
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