Turkish Technic has completed the design, production and certification process of its new server and wireless access point (WAP) products, the backbone of in-flight entertainment (IFE) systems.
The development also marks a new milestone of in-house production for Turkish Technic following the production of its aviation seats and galley. The company’s new server and WAP have features such as easy integration with various software applications and provides flexibility in determining equipment configuration according to current system requirements.
According to the company, both the server and WAP are a step up from the IFE & Connectivity market competition. The new server provides 6 TB of data storage, which is 3 times bigger than its counterparts. The WAP has 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz dual band radio.
“With an aim to provide best connectivity products in the market, our team continues to bring their best efforts forward to achieve that goal,” said Ahmet Karaman, general manager of Turkish Technic. “After developing and producing our aircraft galley and seats, we now add our servers and WAP products to the list. We would not be able to do all this without the passion and commitment of our people.”
With their full function tests and trials in extreme conditions complete, the server and WAP have been approved by the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA).
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