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Zyxel Intros New MoCA 2.0 Bonded Devices For Service Providers

Discussion in 'MoCA, HomePlug, HPNA' started by Julio Urquidi, Dec 5, 2017.

  1. Julio Urquidi

    Julio Urquidi News Editor

    Apr 12, 2016
    Zyxel’s three new MoCA 2.0 devices use coaxial cabling to help build home networks.

    The EMG6765-Q10 AC2200 Ethernet gateway, the WAP7205 AC1300 MU-MIMO extender, and the HLA4205 Ethernet adapter all support bonded data rates up to 1400 Mbps.
    The EMG6765-Q10 has an Ethernet WAN port and can use its built-in MoCA adapter to send data to other MoCA devices like Zyxel’s new extender and Ethernet adapter.

    Maximum wireless data rates for the EMG6765-Q10 run at up 450 Mbps at 2.4 GHz and 1733 Mbps at 5 GHz. Other EMG6765-Q10 features include four GbE LAN ports and two USB 3.0 ports for device sharing. For service providers, the EMG6765-Q10 also features support for TR-069 for remote management, and TR181 for Wi-Fi diagnostics.

    The Zyxel WAP7205 AC1300 extender is a 2x2 MU-MIMO enabled wireless extender with a MoCA-based backhaul link. It supports maximum link rates of 400 Mbps for 2.4 GHz and 867 Mbps for 5 GHz. Other features include two GbE ports and TR-069 and TR181 support.

    Lastly, the HLA4205 is a MoCA 2.0 adapter with one gigabit Ethernet port.

    Zyxel didn’t announce price or availability for the EMG6765-Q10 gateway, WAP7205 extender and HLA4205 Ethernet adapter. All three products will be sold primarily to service providers and not in direct retail.
  2. Threska49

    Threska49 Regular Contributor

    Aug 6, 2015
    I like MoCA it's just more expensive than comparable technology.