Delta launches Wi-Fi inflight entertainment options; Aviat wins microwave deal with West Virginia

> Delta Air Lines launched new in-flight entertainment options, including Delta Connect, an in-flight portal for all customers using Wi-Fi on Delta aircraft; wireless movies and television on demand on Boeing 757-300 aircraft; and a more user-friendly design for Airbus A330 in-flight entertainment systems that include more content choices. Article

> Following launches in Saudi from Mobily and STC, and in the UAE from Etisalat, Qatar's QTel has launched its own LTE services and UAE's Du has announced that it is working on an LTE service to launch before the end of the year. Article

> The cost of delivering a gigabyte of data will surpass the cost carriers receive for said gigabyte some time in early 2013, according telecommunications gear vendor Tellabs. Article

> Aviat Networks has won a contract with West Virginia to expand the state's existing microwave public safety network to connect more than 1,000 state institutions at speeds of up to 45 Mbps. Article

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