• Supplemental type certificate applies to company’s Summit line of inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) hardware.

Singapore and Waukegan, Illinois | November 14, 2016– Telefonix PDT, the aerospace team within Telefonix Inc., has received its first supplemental type certificate (STC) for its CabinACe 802.11ac wireless access point (WAP) and Cabin Pinnacle general-purpose server products. It’s the first STC for products within the company’s Summit line of inflight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) hardware.

The STC, wholly owned by Telefonix PDT, is applicable to Boeing 737-700/800/900 aircraft, and will include the Summit products plus a complete aircraft installation kit that will include installation trays, cabling, antennas, and a control panel. Efforts to complete an STC for these products on Airbus A320 aircraft are under way; and plans to add the Cabin Edge content loader to the STC are in progress.

Waukegan, ILL. | April 21, 2015– Telefonix, Inc.®, an AS9100 and ISO 14000-certified technology design and manufacturing company, is a proud sponsor of the 2015 In-Flight Connectivity Technology Conference (ICT2015) April 22-23 in Shanghai, China at the New World Shanghai Hotel. This announcement comes on the heels of the official launch of Telefonix’s Summit product line of in-flight entertainment and connectivity (IFEC) equipment at the 2015 Aircraft Interiors Expo last week in Hamburg, Germany.

This third ICT event aims to promote the establishment of the inflight wifi industrial supply chain and develop cross-border cooperation for the purpose of building a win-win ecosystem. As passenger demands grow, and upstream and downstream enterprises of the supply chain develop, industry experts believe the domestic aviation internet industry will enter a period of rapid growth. It is believed the scale of the entire aviation internet industry will exceed one hundred billion and will realize an average annual growth rate of 30 percent over the next five years.

Michael Kuehn, Telefonix President, will deliver a presentation on “Game Changing Technology”.

“We are working to advance the In-Flight Entertainment and Connectivity (IFEC) movement every day at Telefonix,” says Kuehn. “We are working with customers now on custom technologies to deliver on these needs. We’ve also developed the Telefonix Summit product line, which consists of a number of building blocks required for any IFEC solution in the aerospace market, reducing time-to-market and overall cost for system developers, integrators and airline operator alike.”

To learn more about the 2015 In-Flight Connectivity Technology Conference, please visit http://www.iricht.com/ict2015/