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alcaseltzer
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alcaseltzer,
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12/5/2012 | 4:10:05 AM
re: Entropic, Verizon Serve Up MOCA
MOCA is a really smart move for the Telcos. In most homeowners minds, the coax is "owned" by the cable company. If the telcos can make use of it, and blur the distinction, that's really powerful. Picture the homeowner - "Oh, you mean AT&T can connect to my coax too - neat!"
Pete Baldwin
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Pete Baldwin,
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12/5/2012 | 4:10:05 AM
re: Entropic, Verizon Serve Up MOCA
For those who've been studying the home networking scene ... any favorites among the different in-home wiring schemes? Most users wouldn't care, but I figure some of you are probably savvy enough to have strong opinions on cable vs. powerline vs. phone line.

As for wireless... My household decided to NOT go wireless, because the convenience vs. potential problems just didn't seem like a good tradeoff.
We don't see any reason to ever go wireless, but I sense we're in the minority there.
tegigthecat
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12/5/2012 | 4:10:04 AM
re: Entropic, Verizon Serve Up MOCA
Depends how far the coax runs.... My take is that the capacity and reach of wireless will simply out muscle anything coax or powerline will provide and you don't have to worry about drilling walls etc....


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