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Rockwell Collins And ARINC Sign Agreement For Broadband Offering

Internet on a plane.
by Staff Writers
Cedar Rapids IO (SPX) Jun 12, 2007
Business jet passengers will soon be better connected than ever with the reintroduction of Rockwell Collins eXchange broadband connectivity offering, featuring ARINC SKYLinkSM's highly successful broadband network service. Under the terms of the agreement, Rockwell Collins will supply airborne broadband hardware and after sales support, while ARINC SKYLink will provide the Ku-band satellite service.

ARINC will continue to provide SKYLink system sales and support until the transition to Rockwell Collins eXchange hardware is completed.

"We look forward to delivering on our promise to provide fast, efficient connectivity solutions to the business jet market segment with this agreement," said Tommy Dodson, vice president and general manager, Cabin Systems for Rockwell Collins. "Our eXchange system plays an important role providing passengers with the conveniences of their home office environment while flying."

"This agreement will significantly enhance the SKYLink service offering on a global basis," stated Stephen Means, ARINC vice president, Aviation Solutions. "Rockwell Collins adds additional OEM distribution channels for the eXchange airborne broadband connectivity hardware, along with the world class after-sales support that our customer base expects."

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Academic Group Releases Plan To Share Power Over Internet Root Zone Keys
Syracuse, NY (SPX) May 24, 2007
A group of scholars centered at Syracuse University has published a plan to decentralize authority over the Internet domain name system (DNS) as it transitions to a new, more secure technology known as DNS Security Extensions (DNSSEC). At a symposium in Washington, D.C., May 17, the Internet Governance Project (IGP) unveiled a plan to decentralize control over the process of digitally signing the root zone file using public key encryption.

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