MoCA Drives Home Networking Market

May 29, 2013
According to Infonetics Research, MoCA is driving growth in the home networking device market, particularly shipments of video gateways in North America. Sales of set-top boxes with embedded MoCA technology grew 23% in the second half of 2012, while MoCA adapter...
According to Infonetics Research, MoCA is driving growth in the home networking device market, particularly shipments of video gateways in North America. Sales of set-top boxes with embedded MoCA technology grew 23% in the second half of 2012, while MoCA adapters, though still shipping in small numbers, soared 129%. Infonetics expects MoCA STBs to account for 46% of home networking device sales by 2017.In other findings:


  • The global home networking device market totaled $4.9 billion in the 2H12, a 5% increase over the first half of 2012 (1H12).


  • Broadband router revenue grew 6% in 2H12, thanks to shipments of higher-end 802.11sc and 802.11n WiFi routers in North America and EMEA (Europe, the Middle East, and Africa).


  • North America is the home networking device revenue share leader, capturing 45% of global 2H12 revenue.


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