Total Telecom Congress 2019: Looking ahead to the smarter world of tomorrow

Livia Rosu, HomeGrid Forum Marketing Chair Last month was a very exciting month for HomeGrid Forum, with some big announcements and great speaking opportunities at key industry events, including Total Telecom Congress at the Business Design Centre in London, UK. The event was filled with discussions looking ahead to the smart world of the future Read More …

The future of broadband access technology development strengthened following a forceful presence at Broadband World Forum 2019

Livia Rosu, HomeGrid Forum Marketing Chair Two weeks ago, HomeGrid Forum held a joint booth with GiGAWire Alliance at Broadband World Forum 2019 at the RAI in Amsterdam, Netherlands, where we announced that the two organizations are merging. Following years of collaboration with plenty of synergies between the HomeGrid Forum and GiGAWire Alliance, we decided Read More …

Broadband access technology development strengthened by global merger of GiGAWire Alliance and HomeGrid Forum

Merger of two leading industry forums creates global organization committed to compliance and interoperability of a widening portfolio of activity Amsterdam, Netherlands, 17 October 2019: The GiGAWire Alliance and the Home Grid Forum are merging – to create a new force in broadband access technology development and an organisation that will be structured to work Read More …

HomeGrid Forum lays out roadmap for a secure wireless connected future with Light Communication

Ahead of DEF CON 27, HomeGrid Forum announces it is working on the certification for Visible Light Communication (VLC) and, more broadly, Light Communication (LC) Las Vegas, USA, 7th August 2019: The Visible Light Communication (VLC) industry is growing at a rapid rate and is set to exceed ten billion devices by 2023, according to HomeGrid Forum President Read More …

Data at the speed of light – HomeGrid Forum sees VLC technology as the latest development in the Smart Home/City revolution supported by G.hn

Oregon, USA, 23 April 2019: Visible Light Communication (VLC), modulated with G.hn technology, is set to be the next major innovation in realising the full potential of both the Smart Home and the Smart City, according to the HomeGrid Forum. This continues to demonstrate the tremendous flexibility of G.hn technology to run over any medium. Read More …

HomeGrid Forum showcases G.hn technology roadmap and Smart Grid Applications at IEEE ISPLC

PRAGUE, Czech Republic, April 15, 2019 – Dr Len Dauphinee, President of HomeGrid Forum, has revealed the Alliance’s G.hn technology roadmap at the 23rd IEEE International Symposium on Power Line Communications (ISPLC). HomeGrid Forum’s attendance at the event follows its recent expansion of G.hn technology beyond the home to enable Smart Cities. ISPLC, the flagship conference of the IEEE Communications Read More …

Visible Light Communication technology as the latest development in the Smart Home/City revolution

By Livia M. Rosu, Marketing Chair of HomeGrid Forum Last week I was speaking at Smart Home Expo 2019 at the NEC in Birmingham, UK, where I moderated the “Lighting: Bright ideas for the smart home” and “IoT: Bringing connectivity into the home” discussionpanels. The event featured more than 200 exhibitors and over 150 seminar Read More …

HomeGrid Forum: Our year in review 2018

By Dr Len Dauphinee, HomeGrid Forum President 2018 has been another successful and progressive year for HomeGrid Forum – we have collaborated at many events, welcomed new members to join our growing membership base of industry leaders across the world, and have participated in leading conversations on G.hn and interoperable connectivity. Over the past 12 Read More …

HomeGrid Forum at CES: “G.hn technology is expanding into new markets”

Las Vegas, 8th January 2019: The demand for Smart Cities across the world has led the HomeGrid Forum to expand its work for 2019 into Smart Grids, Internet of Things (IoT), Connected Cars, and Visible Light Communication (VLC). On the opening day of CES, Las Vegas – which welcomes more than 4,500 exhibitors and 180,000 Read More …