Xerox Agreement with AvFinity Helps Airlines Benefit from the Cloud

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Technology advancements often mean communication formats and protocols suddenly become incompatible with even longtime communications partners.

So when considering more efficient technology options, the airline IT executive’s first internal question usually is:  How will my airline still be able to transmit all the vital data necessary to keep our aircraft flying?

Xerox (NYSE: XRX) business cloud services are solving this problem by helping airlines share critical information, such as flight plans and passenger details, with aviation agencies and partners domestically ...

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Flexible, Open Aviation Messaging

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Increasingly, more airlines are now required to connect to partner airlines through new network channels. This is especially true in today’s climate of alliances, mergers and code shares. Airlines need to make communications changes at a moment’s notice. And to achieve that flexibility once meant throwing the problem to a costly team of developers or a legacy provider. But it’s much easier in today’s environment.

Today, airlines increasingly choose newer, open network technologies like those offered by AvFinity ...

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Pinnacle Uses the AvFinity Integrated Router Solution For Efficient APIS Filings of Flight Crew Manifests

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Pinnacle Airlines and its subsidiary Colgan Air recently announced it has selected AIRS as its messaging solution for Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) crew manifest filings. And along the way, Pinnacle also discovered the individual messaging power and freedom that AIRS brings to aviation.

AIRS is the AvFinity Integrated Router Solution. AIRS comprises AvFinity software technology operating on an industry-standard Cisco router.

With AIRS, message transmission is secure and reliable. Airlines and other aviation companies find that ...

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Changes on the Fly

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It’s a great month when a customer dealing with a problem can choose between tossing $50,000 to a team of developers to write software or solving it themselves for free.

But who has that choice?

Users of the AvFinity Integrated Router Solution (AIRS) do.

Here’s an example:

A recent AIRS user needed to solve a recurring format issue in their messaging system. Their messaging partner told them it would take $50,000 for developers to write a software alternative. Plus they’d have ...

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