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SES and Panasonic Avionics Sign Deal to Offer High-Speed Wi-Fi and TV Over the Americas

  • 2 min read

Satellite operator SES S.A. and Panasonic Avionics have announced two multi-year, High Throughput Satellite (HTS) capacity agreements which will serve aeronautical, maritime, and oil and gas markets across the Americas. These contracts will allow Panasonic access to SES-14 and SES-15 satellites, and represent the company’s largest boost of bandwidth capacity to date, through high-powered HTS spot… 

Battle of Satellite Providers Promises Faster, Better Wi-Fi in Europe’s Skies..Soon

  • 3 min read

For now, most of the skies over Europe are quite places to work, read a book, watch a film on our personal electronic devices, or simply delight in the view through the window–and what a view it is!

But technology is advancing, and all of that will change soon. Satellite providers are battling to cover the European skies and the battle is heating up.

For now, most of the skies over Europe are quite places to work, read a book, watch a film on our personal electronic devices, or simply delight in the view through the window–and what a view it is!

But technology is advancing, and all of that will change soon. Satellite providers are battling to cover the European skies and the battle is heating up.

ANA and Panasonic Partner to Offer Wi-Fi and Live TV Inflight

  • 2 min read

Panasonic Avionics and All Nippon Airways CO., LTD(ANA) have announced a new partnership to launch ANA SKY Live TV and broadband Internet Wi-Fi services on the airline’s domestic routes across Japan.

The new ANA Sky Live TV offers three channels of Japanese news, sports and popular programming from JSAT Corporation’s Sky PerfecT! platform.

Passengers will enjoy general sports programming with Nettle G+, follow news updates from Nippon TV News 24, and watch live football programming on Sukasaka!.

ANA will also offer passengers high-speed onboard Wi-Fi for email, to browse the Internet, or to stay in touch with family, friends, and social media networks.  The new Wi-Fi service will also stream music, television shows, and other content direct to passengers’ devices.

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