Posted on: 01 June 2011 by Ross McSweeny
Global IFE system manufacturer, Donica International Inc., has set up a new operation in the US to provide comprehensive media integration services to its customers.
The new company, which is named Donica Inflight Entertainment Services Inc., will be based at one of the newest, state-of-the-art media integration labs in California. It will provide Donica customers with one point of contact for all of their media integration requirements including the encoding and encryption of movies, TV shows and audio channels for use onboard aircraft. With its new company and operation, Donica aims to develop and grow integration services around its hardware platforms.
Donica’s range of Digital Media Reproducers allows for a plug and play replacement to ageing IFE video tape machines which are difficult to maintain and source for media content. Donica claims that by moving to a complete digital source, video quality and sound improves significantly together with the ease of use.
"With the imminent demise of the video tape onboard aircraft, we are excited to have created this new company,” declared Guy Kennett, CEO of Donica International. “We look forward to providing our airline clients with the highest quality in-flight entertainment products and content for many years to come.”