Online Working and Gaming: The Home of Future from the Multi-Gigabit Connectivity Perspective (VIDEO)

by Livia Rosu, HomeGrid Forum/GiGAWire Alliance

Today’s smart lifestyle requires a vastly enhanced security platform and a reliable connectivity backbone at all times. As safety challenges continue globally, millions of families are still getting confined to work or study from their homes. Businesses and consumers grow to expect higher Quality of Service, becoming critical to ensure a robust network, a low-latency solution to meet these ever-increasing demands.

The presentation focuses on service providers deploying G.hn technology to keep their subscribers happily connected and professionally engaged.

Livia Rosu is the Marketing Chair of the HomeGrid Forum/GiGAWire Alliance and she joined the Board of Directors of the industry alliance in 2014, supporting the deployment of G.hn, the globally recognized ITU-T G.hn standard technology designed for bandwidth-intensive and real-time applications. Computer Science engineer, Livia holds a Master in Internet Security and a Master in Business Administration, having dedicated 18 years of business development to semiconductors and standardization of broadband connectivity technologies.

HomeGrid Forum (HGF) is an industry alliance that brings together the world’s best in technology innovators, silicon vendors, system manufacturers, and service providers to promote G.hn, a globally recognized gigabit home networking technology based on ITU-T standards. G.hn is the most reliable and versatile wireless home network backbone available today. Our members promote the global adoption of G.hn, a single unified, multi-sourced networking technology – over coax, copper pairs, powerline, and plastic optical fiber. HomeGrid Forum provides G.hn silicon and system certification through a strict compliance and interoperability testing program.

Low Latency Conference focuses on how the service providers / content providers envision the future of their respective online / mobile services, whether it be 5G or other platforms. What can we expect as consumer / professional in the coming decade.

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