Last year, we saw the introduction of HomePlug AV2 (HPAV2) silicon from both Broadcom and Qualcomm Atheros. In conformance with the usual product development cycle, we saw the announcement of various HPAV2 products at CES in January. TP-LINK and TRENDnet were the players that seemed to be taking the lead in getting them to the market. Even though their products were supposed to ship in Q2 / Q3, we are yet to see them outside tradeshows. ZyXEL is springing a surprise by launching two powerline adapters based on the HPAV2 standard with confirmed ship dates PLA5206 Broadcom BCM60333 HPAV2 SISO Chipset PLA5206KIT contains a pair of adapters, MSRP of $160 Available Sept. 1 Delivers speeds of up to 1Gbps Utilizes HomePlug AV2 standard to transmit multiple HD video streams simultaneously 128-bit encryption Green...
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