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.