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TMCNet:  TRENDnet Joins HomePNA Alliance

[December 11, 2012]

TRENDnet Joins HomePNA Alliance

(Marketwire Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) TORRANCE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/11/12 -- TRENDnet, a best-in-class wired and wireless networking hardware brand, today announces membership with The HomePNA® Alliance -- a community of leading technology brands, manufacturers, and service providers working together to develop and promote home networking solutions based on HomePNA® standards.


HomePNA® is one of the leading wired home networking technologies and the choice of major service providers worldwide. The HomePNA® Alliance develops home networking specifications for distributing entertainment and triple play data over existing coax cables and phone wires. Over 30 million HomePNA-certified products have been shipped to telco, satellite, and cable service providers worldwide supplying critical components of their IPTV services deployments. HomePNA is an ITU Standard (G.9954) and is included in the DLNA Interoperability Guidelines.

"We are pleased that TRENDnet, an award winning global supplier of networking solutions for small to mid-sized business and home users, has joined the alliance," said Eran Gureshnik, HomePNA president. "Their membership demonstrates the value of the HomePNA Alliance to service providers." "Our customers are demanding a cost effective solution for distributing entertainment and triple play data over existing coax cables and therefore are specifying HomePNA certified products," said Sonny Su, TRENDnet technology director. "HomePNA membership gives us access to the alliance's technical support and certification resources that enable us to deliver those products." About TRENDnet TRENDnet is an award winning global brand, dedicated to providing a complete line of high quality yet affordable networking solutions for small to mid-sized business and home users alike. Founded in 1990, TRENDnet is headquartered in Torrance, California, and maintains branch offices in Europe, Central America, South America and Asia. TRENDnet products are sold in over 125 countries. The TRENDnet brand is consistently recognized for high quality, exceptional performance and unparalleled support. For more information, visit www.trendnet.com.

About HomePNA HomePNA is an incorporated, non-profit association of industry-leading companies and service providers including AT&T, Cisco, Motorola and Pace working together to create, promote and certify high speed existing-wire multimedia home networking technology. HomePNA operates over coax cables and phone wires to deliver Internet Protocol (IP) services like IPTV, Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and data, often bundled by service providers as triple-play services. Founded in June 1998, HomePNA members represent cutting-edge international companies that span the networking, telecommunications, hardware, software and consumer electronics industries.

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