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Thursday, April 19, 2012
Panasonic's HD-PLC Eco Ready for Licensing


Panasonic has started licensing its newly developed low power consumption broadband powerline communication technology dubbde HD-PLC Eco.

The Japanese company claims that the HD-PLC Eco technology realizes about 90% reduction of power consumption in comparison with existing HD-PLC adapters (BL-PA510), which consume 4 watts. The technology promises to offer stable and secure operation unique to wired communication.

In addition to HD-PLC Eco, Panasonic has started the development of HD-PLC Inside as a network communications solution that enables lower cost and lower power consumption for home appliances and industrial equipment.

To further expand HD-PLC solutions, Panasonic also announced it is licensing its HD-PLC technology to Alchip Technologies Ltd. a provider of silicon design and manufacturing solutions for system companies developing ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) and SoC (System-on-a-chip) designs.


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