Sagemcom Joins MoCA

Sagemcom offers an extensive range of solutions: Digital STBs and DVR for all transmission media, xDSL/FTTH/cable gateways and Multimedia Home Gateways.

SAN RAMON, Calif., June 10, 2013 -- International set-top

box and broadband gateways vendor Sagemcom has joined MoCA(R) as an
Associate member.

As a global player and European leader servicing over 50 operators
worldwide, Sagemcom offers an extensive range of solutions: Digital STBs and
DVR for all transmission media, xDSL/FTTH/cable gateways and Multimedia Home
Gateways.

"Integrating MoCA into our products will enable service providers to deliver
a highly reliable in-home backbone for extending and enhancing existing
Wi-Fi(R) networks and providing the Quality of Experience that consumers
have come to expect. With a MoCA-based network, consumers can move an
ever-expanding range of media content around the home quickly and easily,"
said Ahmed Selmani, Deputy CEO of Sagemcom Broadband.

"Their strong heritage in in-home Triple Play distribution and increasing
reach in EMEA, South America and North America, makes Sagemcom a natural fit
for MoCA as the world's service operators recognize MoCA technology as an
important component in their connected home strategies," said Charles
Cerino, MoCA President.

MoCA technology supports multiple streams of video-based content - including
HDTV, 3D, gaming, and OTT - via an IP-over-coax connection to numerous
in-home devices, including HDTVs, game consoles and PCs. MoCA is included in
the DLNA stack and IEEE 1905.1 specification.

About Sagemcom

High-technology group with an international dimension, Sagemcom operates on
markets of broadband (digital home, digital set-top box, broadband and
residential terminals), telecom and energy (telecommunications
infrastructure, smartgrid and metering), and management of documents
(printing terminals, software and solutions, digital production workflow).

With a turnover of about 1.3 billion Euros, Sagemcom employs 4 600 people on
five continents. Already a European leader in most of its key markets,
Sagemcom aims to become a world leader in high added value communicating
terminals.

Sagemcom is strongly committed to sustainable development through the life
cycle of its products: eco-design, energy consumption, ethical code of all
its suppliers.

For more information: www.sagemcom.com

About MoCA(R)

MoCA is the worldwide technology standard for home entertainment networking.
It is the only such technology standard in use by all three pay TV
segments--cable, satellite and IPTV/telco. MoCA technology is also used as
an in-home backbone to extend Wi-Fi(R) connectivity.

The Alliance has certified 127 certified products and has 53 members
worldwide representing the home entertainment networking value chain
including service providers, OEMs, middleware developers, consumer
electronics companies and chip vendors.

Visit www.mocalliance.org and www.moca4installers.org for more information.

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