Fri, Jul 10, 2009
Company Says Aero-SB Lite Is The Lightest, Smallest To Be
Thrane & Thrane received Parts
Manufacturer Approval (PMA) Tuesday for its latest SwiftBroadband
solution, Aero-SB Lite. The Aero-SB Lite is the lightest, most
compact SwiftBroadband solution on the market to be awarded PMA
certification by the FAA.
Commenting on the PMA certification,
Thrane & Thrane Director for Aeronautical Sales North America
Andy Beer said: "Receiving PMA certification is a key milestone for
any aeronautical product and we are delighted to have gained the
approval for Aero-SB Lite. The compact and lightweight
SwiftBroadband solution offers users a broad range of
cost-effective Voice and Data services, providing true office in
the sky technology."
The Aero-SB Lite enables broadband suitable for a wide range of
aircraft. Thane & Thane says its full SwiftBroadband data
functionality provides the ultimate in quality of service and lower
costs in terms of initial investment and operation.
Thrane & Thrane says that by incorporating of the
internet, email, VPN, fax and telephony in one package, Aero-SB
Lite "exceeds the ongoing requirement to provide a true office in
the sky." The system offers built in WiFi capability and VoiP
technology, where users can utilize their own compatible handsets
or WiFi enabled PDA devices. Additionally, the data and voice
functionality of Aero-SB Lite can be used simultaneously ensuring
total flexibility for the end user.
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