MoCA – A Technology Overview (.ppt file)

MoCA technology will enable streaming of IP video content from one set top to another in subscriber’s homes for Whole Home DVR services. MoCA will work over the standard coax wiring in a home, including propagation through standard splitters currently installed in the field. MoCA is a very robust home networking solution; however, an understanding of the MoCA technology as well as installation considerations will be important for technicians as this new technology is deployed. With that in mind, this presentation will provide an introduction to MoCA including:

- The MoCA Industry Alliance
- MoCA Technology
- MoCA Installation Considerations
- MoCA Troubleshooting Considerations
- Future Potential with MoCA

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Jon Cave

Senior Product Manager Product Strategy & Management, Home Entertainment Initiatives Service Provider Video Technology Group Cisco Systems, Inc.  

Jon Cave currently serves as Senior Product Manager within the Home Entertainment Initiatives Division of the Product Strategy & Management Group at Cisco Systems, Inc.. In this role, Jon is responsible for developing and driving business and product strategy for Cisco’s next generation set-top box platforms, including the Explorer® line of Home Entertainment Servers, as well as Multi-Room™ DVR products.   Jon has more than 15 years of experience in the telecommunications industry encompassing development engineering and product management of data, voice, and video networking products.

Prior to joining Cisco, Jon was Director of Product Management for Intellon Corporation, a market leader in power line communications semiconductors for digital home networking. Jon also has entrepreneurial experience at companies developing solutions for WiFi as well as VoIP products. Earlier in his career he worked at Scientific Atlanta in hardware engineering developing mobile voice satellite communications systems.  

Jon earned a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1987 and Master of Science in Electrical Engineering in 1992 from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and an MBA from Georgia State University 1999.