BEAVERTON, OR--(Marketwire - Nov 5, 2012) -
- US TV home design program features the future of home networking with G.hn technology
- G.hn supports high definition services and smart applications over any wire
- Video clip is also available to view on YouTube and via the HomeGrid Forum website
A "Designing Spaces" special, aired on US national TV on October 4 and November 2, has highlighted the benefits of G.hn for the future of digital home networking. The show features G.hn technology and how products from members of the HomeGrid Forum create a powerful, high performance networked home.
Matt Theall, President of the HomeGrid Forum, said: "High speed home networking is increasingly a lifestyle choice and Designing Spaces has illustrated what this means for home design. G.hn enables a range of inspiring products and services that will make home design more pioneering, radical and exciting with no new wires, yet the fastest connections possible, anywhere there's a socket."
Designing Spaces is an internationally broadcast US-produced television show, dedicated to delivering the latest news in design innovations to its viewers. Airing on the Lifetime Television Channel, Designing Spaces showcases home improvement solutions and explores exciting topics and home trends. The broadcast features John Egan, Vice President of HomeGrid Forum, demonstrating the advantages that Gigabit Home Networking (G.hn) brings when streaming HD TV to any device in the home, providing an easily understood glimpse of the potential of the technology.
G.hn is a powerful home networking standard that allows the delivery of multichannel content throughout the home using its existing wires, including powerline cables, coax and copper wires and plastic optical fiber.
View the broadcast online at: designingspaces.tv and at youtube.com or on the HomeGrid Forum website at http://www.homegridforum.org/
About HomeGrid Forum
HomeGrid Forum is a global, non-profit trade group promoting the International Telecommunication Union's G.hn and G.hnem standardization efforts for next-generation home networking and smart grid Applications. HomeGrid Forum promotes adoption of G.hn and G.hnem through technical and marketing efforts, addresses certification and interoperability of G.hn and G.hnem-compliant products, and cooperates with complementary industry alliances. For more information on HomeGrid Forum, please visit www.homegridforum.org or follow us on http://twitter.com/homegrid_forum.