Marvell’s G.hn extends the ultra broadband access from the fiber cabinet to users’ homes, by taking advantage of the existing wiring for the last mile to offer significant end-to-end cost savings to operators around the world. Based on the ITU-T compliant Marvell’s G.hn chipsets, TDD architecture (Time Division Duplexing) and increased spectrum up to 100 MHz OFDM, Marvell’s Ultra Broadband G.now platforms are designed to improve performance in multi-phoneline MDU topologies. G.now complements FTTdp (Fiber To The Distribution Point) deployments and copper wires transfer all the capacity of optical backbones directly to each home enabling much faster speeds.
- HomeGrid Set to Revolutionise the Home Comms Experience (HomeGrid Forum Video)
- G.hn Could Solve 17 Million Problems in Britain Alone (HomeGrid Forum Video)
- Physical-layer certification programs benefit ISPs (Embedded Computing Design)
- State-Of-The-Art Standards: G.hn (Computer Power User)
- Korea Telecom Uses Marvell’s G.hn Chip to Develop 1 Gbps Broadband over All Existing Wires in MDUs (The Online Reporter)
- Marvell and Works Systems Collaborate on Multi-Gigabit G.hn Solution for Real-Time Remote Management of Home Networks (Works Systems)
HOMEGRID FORUM MEMBER
Marvell is a board member of the HomeGrid Forum, a collaborative effort by leading companies in the multimedia networking industry supporting the deployment of ITU-T G.hn standardization.
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