Honeywell, a global technology leader, has signed an agreement to acquire privately-held Satcom1, the leading provider of on board communications routing software and a satellite communications provider of airtime and consulting services.
Kuwait-based Jazeera Airways will be Rockwell Collins’ first airline customer to experience wireless broadband connectivity with the company’s new Paves inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) solution.
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Yahsat, a UAE-based satellite operator, has announced its plan to test high speed inflight satellite connectivity using an Etihad Airbus 320.
The collaboration will allow both UAE companies to work together to trial inflight high-speed
Huawei, a leading information and communications technology (ICT) solutions provider, has extended its network accessibility with the deployment of WiFi for the Ajman Municipality.
The solution will deliver widespread coverage acr
Honeywell Aerospace, Inmarsat and Kymeta are currently working on the development of a new, higher-speed Ka-Band wireless antenna for business and commercial aircraft customers around the world.
The new antenna will have unique and adva
Eyefi, a US-based memory card maker, has launched its latest wireless SD card for digital cameras, which allows instant transmission of photo shoots to a laptop, tablet or smartphone – or all at the same time.
The Eyefi Mobi
Gogo, a US-based provider of in-flight connectivity and entertainment solutions to the global aero market, has announced that it will bring its next generation ATG-4 air-to-ground connectivity technology to business aviation.
Bahrain is "one of the most highly connected countries in the world", according to a global study by US-based Freedom House.
This is based on an Internet penetration rate of 90 per cent and mobile phone penetration rate
Consumers want technology and connectivity to be integrated into all facets of daily life – in everything from bathroom mirrors, to sidewalks and medicine jars, a report said, detailing the 10 hot consumer trends for 2015 and beyond.
GCC countries are global connectivity leaders, with Qatar leading the Arab World and No. 23 out of 148 countries in the World Economic Forum’s Networked Readiness Index 2014, said experts at ITU Telecom World today (December 9) in Doha.