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UPDATE 2: Aircell claims legal victory; Delta excused

Updated to include Delta’s comment about being dismissed from the case last month, and to add further comment from Aircell.______________________________________________________________________________BLOG: Aircell says it has won a legal victory after a jury found plaintiff Ambit Corp did not prove patent infringement involving Aircell’s provision of in-flight Internet. A spokeswoman for Aircell tells RWG that the Chicago-headquartered […]

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Ambit, Delta, Aircell and moving parts…

The Aircell management reshuffle continues. Sources tell RWG that Aircell executive Tom Weigman is no longer with the company. This comes after Weigman was allegedly passed up for promotion to president and CEO, as  Michael Small was hired to the post. Separately, but meanwhile, the Ambit lawsuit against Aircell and Delta Air Lines – claiming […]

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Is Ambit’s lawsuit against Aircell starting to bite?

Earlier this year, US technology firm Ambit Corp filed a lawsuit against Delta Air Lines and Aircell claiming patent infringement regarding the provision of Internet access onboard aircraft. I debated whether to report on this event and ultimately decided to write this erudite paragraph, ahem: Marsha, I mean Aircell, Aircell, Aircell. With all the news […]

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Good gracious, is it me or is the world of IFE&C continuing to hot up out there? I’m not talking about the OnAir eye candy below, cheeky monkey! Here are a few updates smouldering on the burner. Royal Jordanian Airlines has launched OnAir’s on-board mobile phone service on an Airbus A319, enabling passengers to make […]

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