Panasonic teams up with Hunter for Canadian Ku-band

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March 16, 2015: Panasonic Avionics has secured nearly one-third of the available satellite capacity on the Hunter Canada Ku-band beam that is hosted on the E115WB satellite, a deal which opens up greater possibilities for inflight connectivity over the Canadian skies.

David Bruner, VP of global communications services at Panasonic Avionics stated, “We are thrilled to have enhanced our network with the Hunter beam on the E115WB satellite. Using this satellite, Panasonic will be able to provide connectivity services from central Canada to the West, including the Yukon gap, at levels that have previously been unavailable to any inflight connectivity provider. We believe that working with Hunter Communications will enable us to provide the best inflight connectivity experience possible over Canada.”

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