• Qantas Turns On Fast, Free, Gate-To-Gate In-Flight Wi-Fi

    Qantas, working with global broadband services and technology company, ViaSat Inc. (NASDAQ: VSAT), and nbn, Australia's broadband network service provider, turned on fast, free, gate-to-gate in-flight Wi-Fi on its ViaSat-equipped Boeing 737-800 aircraft. First in-flight Wi-Fi trial users were encouraged to stream their favorite TV shows or movies; listen to their playlists; engage on social media; watch live sports; read the latest stories on various news magazine sites; and surf the internet. For weeks, Qantas, ViaSat and nbn have been conducting in-flight Wi-Fi tests on the trial aircraft, as they prepare to launch into production later this year

  • C Spire Delivers Wireless Network Broadband Boost With Maximum Range LTE

    C Spire, whose wireless unit is one of the nation's leading mobile service providers, announced today that it has expanded coverage for much of its 4G LTE network as it nears completion of the latest phase of its new cutting-edge, maximum range low-band spectrum technology initiative.

  • NRTC Partners With Silver Spring Networks To Deliver Advanced Metering

    Today Silver Spring Networks, Inc. announced that it has been selected as a solutions provider by NRTC, which represents more than 1,500 rural electric and telephone utilities and affiliates in 48 states, collectively serving approximately 20 million homes and 50 million residents

  • Apriva And Apptizer Bring Mobile Store Apps To Multiple Markets

    Apriva, a leading provider of omnichannel payment solutions and secure mobile communications, announced that they have partnered with Apptizer, an omnichannel app developer, to deliver mobile stores that centralize and manage business generated through various mobile paths

  • Skyworks Enables Sierra Wireless’ HL Series For Internet Of Things Applications

    Skyworks Solutions, Inc., an innovator of high performance analog semiconductors connecting people, places and things, recently announced that Sierra Wireless is leveraging a broad suite of Skyworks’ 3G/4G connectivity solutions to power their AirPrime HL Series wireless modules targeting machine-to-machine (M2M) and device-to-cloud applications.

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