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Coship Picks Entropic

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BEIJING -- Entropic (Nasdaq:ENTR), a world leader in semiconductor solutions for the connected home, announced today Coship Electronics (Coship), one of the leading set-top box (STB) vendors in the world, has selected its c.LINK Ethernet-over-Coax (EoC) Broadband Access solution for integration into its High Definition (HD) STBs to simplify China operators' deployments of new advanced services. By using the embedded c.LINK EoC solution, the HD STB platform is highly scalable in an operator's network; having the ability to be deployed in multiple STBs throughout a home, wherever a coax outlet in the room exists. Under the China NGB initiative, multiple service operators (MSOs) are looking to deploy more advanced video services. Many MSOs are investing in EoC solutions to ensure network reliability of these video services. To increase MSOs' average revenue per user (ARPU), many MSOs are turning to turnkey single-box STBs integrated with EoC technology to ensure a robust, complete multimedia and broadband access-ready network. Entropic Communications Inc.

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