Satcom Direct signs agreement with Honeywell to distribute Inmarsat’s GX Aviation services and GX Avionics equipment

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By Victoria May 21, 2013 16:05

Satcom Direct signs agreement with Honeywell to distribute Inmarsat’s GX Aviation services and GX Avionics equipment

Inmarsat has announced it will be working with Satcom Direct, the provider of satellite voice, fax, datalink and Internet communications solutions, to take its GX Aviation proposition to the business aviation market.
Responding to passenger, airline and business jet operators’ needs, GX Aviation offers consistent, global coverage with the level of broadband speeds, data rates and bandwidth that consumers are used to receiving on the ground. After signing an agreement with Honeywell, the designated business aviation reseller for Inmarsat’s GX Aviation Ka-band connectivity services, Satcom Direct has become a business aviation partner for Inmarsat GX Aviation services and will be a distributor of GX Avionics equipment manufactured by Honeywell.
“Satcom Direct is a very important Inmarsat partner, so we are delighted that they will be adding our GX Aviation services to their product portfolio which includes Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband for the business aviation sector,” said Leo Mondale, Managing Director for Inmarsat GX. “As the first high-speed global broadband aviation service, GX Aviation offers consistent connectivity, including the ability to stream Internet content live or hold uninterrupted video calls from 30,000 feet. The service will revolutionize connectivity in the sky.”

Victoria
By Victoria May 21, 2013 16:05
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