Panasonic Avionics has introduced a major evolution of its satellite connectivity service with the introduction of its third generation communications network.
Panasonic’s third generation network is built to meet the growing connectivity demands of airlines and their passengers.
Throughout the first quarter of 2018, aircraft from a number of airlines will be transitioned to Panasonic’s new network.
In addition, Panasonic subsidiary, ITC Global, will leverage Panasonic’s new broadband network to deliver connectivity to its energy, maritime and enterprise customers.
The new communications network is built on Panasonic’s high throughput satellite service, which today covers all dense mobility traffic areas around the globe with high throughput spot beams and wide overlay beams that support Panasonic’s global inflight television service.
Additionally, Panasonic is offering new business intelligence tools and reports that provide customers with the data and analytics to deliver targeted pricing and advertising campaigns.
Today, over 1,800 aircraft flying routes all around the world use Panasonic’s global high-speed inflight connectivity service.
The company expects more than 10,000 aircraft to be connected to its world-class global high-speed communications network by 2025.
Panasonic Avionics Corporation is the world’s leading supplier of inflight entertainment and communication systems.
The company’s best-in-class solutions fully integrate with the cabin enabling its customers to deliver the ultimate travel experiences with a rich variety of entertainment choices.