HomeGrid Forum, GiGAWire launch broadband certification program

January 11, 2021 //By Jean-Pierre Joosting
HomeGrid Forum, GiGAWire launch broadband certification program
Nerw program will accelerate the development of networks based on ITU-T G.hn standards for large apartment complexes, office buildings and homes.

HomeGrid Forum and the GiGAWire Alliance have announced the start of a new certification scheme for G.hn access equipment. This program has been launched in response to network operators expressing an urgent need to deploy interoperable G.hn equipment in their broadband access networks. It will accelerate the development of networks based on ITU-T G.hn standards and follows on from HomeGrid Forum’s current world-renowned certification program, to guarantee strict compliance and interoperability of GiGAWire products, reducing the time to market.

“Our new organization is dedicated to guaranteeing end-to-end coexistence and interoperability at all levels of broadband access technology. As part of this we are delighted to unveil our newest certification process and are now encouraging technology vendors to start submitting their applications, so we can support the continued development of advanced networking solutions that ensure a reliable, versatile backbone,” said Livia Rosu, Marketing Work Group Chair at HomeGrid Forum.

Enabling next-generation networks that deliver faster-than-gigabit broadband services, the GiGAWire Alliance and HomeGrid Forum will together focus on innovating G.hn technology to provide broadband for large apartment complexes, office buildings and single-family units. The organization will build on the existing work by the GiGAWire Alliance, which means it is now possible to support multiple users through bundle cabling, thanks to crosstalk mitigation and auto pairing features.

This new effort will also encourage service providers to leverage existing copper wiring within buildings, such as phone lines and coaxial cables, to deploy broadband at a fraction of the cost of traditional Fiber To The Home (FTTH) deployments.


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