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1 The Standard For Home Entertainment Networks Over Coax Europe

2 Numerous technology standards claiming HD distribution capability Some are self-defined as LAN, PAN or display link Multiple wireless standards (WiFi, WiMedia, WirelessHD) with proprietary offshoots (Ruckus, Pulse-Link) Multiple wired standards (HomePlugAV, UPA, HD PLC, HPNA 3.1, HANA) with proprietary offshoots (HomePlugAV over coax) All suffer from varying degrees of fragmentation and interoperability None are truly universal in terms of application, geographic and/or industry segment availability. Time to start thinking in terms of global and universal standard: Specification and organization Multiple geographies and industry segments 1 Standards Overview

3 Overview Open industry alliance promoting distribution of multiple streams of HD video over coax No new wires, service calls or interference with other networks and devices already in use (reside in 850 – 1500 operating frequency) 55 members and counting Representatives on board from telco, cable and DBS broadband industry segments MoCA 1.1: 175 Mpbs net throughputs, PQoS, 16-node network extension In full deployment with Verizon FiOS (more than one million subs) Only industry consortium with document sharing relationships with CableLabs and Korean Digital Cable Labs (KLabs) DLNA has officially accepted MoCA PHY/MAC TWC, DTV, Arris and Pace are newest members 2

4 European Cable Markets 3 Cable CustomersDigital TVCable Internet Customers Europe70,000,00011,000,00013,500,000 Germany23,000,000 1,500, ,000 Netherlands 6,500,000 1,100,000 1,650,000 UK 4,800,000 3,000,000 2,500,000 Romania 4,600,000 <100, ,000 Poland 4,400,000 <250, ,000 Belgium 4,100, , ,000 France 3,900,000 1,200, ,000 Switzerland 3,000, , ,000 Sweden 2,900, , ,000 Spain 2,300,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 Hungary 2,100,000 <100, ,000 Denmark 1,900, ,000 Austria 1,750,000 <250, ,000 Portugal 1,500, , ,000 Finland 1,200, , ,000 Czech Republic 1,000, ,000 Norway 900,000 <200, ,000 Rest of Europe 1,150,000 1,400,000 Total number of Households in Europe is 195,000,000

5 Germany: Top Cable Operators 4 Cable Operator Homes Connected Directly Owned Data Subs VoIP Connected Digital TV Operator KDG 9,600,000 3,400,000 Level 3+4 Unity Media 8,600,000 4,800, , , ,000 Level 3+4 Kabel BW 3,400,000 2,300, ,000 Level 3+4 Telecolumbus/ 3,200,000 78,000 41,000 81,000 Level 4 Orion Cable Primacom 1,000,000 30,000 15,000 15,000 Level 4

6 Belgium: Top Cable Operators 5 Cable OperatorHomes Connected Vlaanderen (Dutch speaking part of Belgium) Telenet Vlaanderen 1,800,000 Interkabel Groep 790,000 Walonië (French speaking part of Belgium) Ale Brutélé = VOO 613,000

7 Netherlands: Top Cable Operators 6 Cable OperatorHomes ConnectedData SubsVoIP Connected CAIW 180,000 85,000 25,000 Zesko3,700,0001,100, ,000 UPC2,235, , ,000 Delta Kabelcomfort B.V. 155,000 75,000 35,000 6,270,0002,060,0001,110,000

8 Europe: Market Growth Parks Associates: Between 2004 and 2006, home network adoption boomed across Europe, with growth rates surpassing Asia and North America. France and the U.K. both trebled the number of households with a home network, putting them slightly ahead of the U.S. Italy and Germany still lagged behind but posted notable growth nonetheless. Europe is in the midst of a home networking boom thanks to an increasingly competitive market for broadband services. France and the U.K. have been at the forefront, and Germany, Spain, and Italy have been bringing up the rear. These three markets could keep the boom going, however, provided that regulators foster greater competition. Worldwide home networking will grow 50 percent, from 2006 –


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