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re: HANA and DLNA home networking comparison and coexistence
CENetworks   1/13/2009 5:47:22 PM
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HANA supports both 1394a and 1394b FireWire as well as CWave coax and even Ethernet. 1394b can operate over CAT5, POF and GOF. Ethernet does not support QoS for streaming video but can none-the-less be used for IP traffic which would work reasonably well over a Gbps CAT5 or POF/GOF network. POF was not mentioned mainly because there is little POF in homes today. However, POF would be a great way to network HANA devices. Thanks for pointing this out. For more information on FireWire over POF see http://www.1394ta.org/press/WhitePapers/SIMPLY_POF.pdf

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