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Home networking specialist Tut Systems is to announce today it has signed Motorola as a supporter. Motorola is the latest of 12 companies that have licensed Tut's technology, Homerun -- others include Intel, Compaq, Lucent and NatSemi. Microsoft has a stake in the company. Homerun uses the phone extension cabling installed within a house as a 1MBps Ethernet local area network infrastructure. Multiple PCs and peripherals can be connected via the network and communicate without interfering with phone call traffic. ®

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