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Danish govt backs development of IPLOC with Wi-Fi

Thursday 3 March 2016 | 12:31 CET | News
Danish innovation fund DKT, under the Ministry of Research, said it has decided to support the development of the next generation IPLOC with Wi-Fi (internet protocol link over coaxial cable using the MoCa standard). There has been a lot of interest in the current version of fixed IP links over coax and with support from the innovation fund, the project can be boosted in terms of time and performance, said the DKT.

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