25 Jun 2015
CAL Engines for the Safe Transportation of Airplane Engines
Jun 25 2015
CAL announced today the launch of “CAL Engines", - a dedicated product for the safe transportation of airplane engines.
After successfully transporting hundreds of engines every year, CAL Cargo Airlines announced today the launch of “CAL Engines” - a dedicated product for the safe transportation of airplane engines.CAL Cargo is applying decades of experience in transporting every size and type of aircraft engine around the world. CAL Engines leverages CAL's fleet of 747-400's original freighters, which can accommodate even the largest engine. And since the CAL team is qualified to deal with dangerous goods, they also service non-purged engines. CAL provides a safe and protected corridor from point of origin to point of destination, including pickup through ground transportation, ground handling & storage, air freight and delivery via road feeder services. CAL Engines covers every aspect and point in the transport with a dedicated SOP per engine type, including loading, unloading, aircraft and RFS. For AOG cases, the CAL team offers tremendously fast response times, including "must ride" service, expedited customs clearance and transit time, as well as charter options. "As an airline, we are especially sensitive to the importance and delicate requirements of engine transport and AOG. Over the past few years our business in the engine segment has increased by an average of 25% per year, testament to our good service and repeat customers" said Eyal Zagagi, CEO of CAL Cargo Airlines. "CAL Engines is the 7th product in our portfolio of solutions for non-standard cargo, all of which embody our slogan 'Challenge accepted'. Our entire operation is built to service non-standard cargo, including specialty products for live animals, dangerous goods, pharma and perishable items, artwork, valuables and other oversize and overweight cargo".
The launch of CAL Engines comes one month after the release of CAL VAL – a proprietary product for the transportation of artwork and valuables.
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22 Jun 2015
Teads Unlocks Massive Premium Ad Inventory on iPhone Mobile Web withBreakthrough Outstream Video Advertising Technology
Teads Unlocks Massive Premium Ad Inventory on iPhone Mobile Web with Breakthrough Outstream Video Advertising Technology NYC/London, June 22, 2015: Teads, the inventor of outstream video advertising and a global monetization platform for publishers, today announced an industry breakthrough with its outstream video advertising technology now fully compatible across the mobile web on iOS devices. This follows Teads’ March announcement of the launch of its mobile SDK, bringing outstream video advertising in-app for the first time. Teads is now the first and only platform which allows video advertising to be delivered within all types of content, on every device, empowering brands to reach their audience within a premium context while unlocking unprecedented levels of inventory and creating a new revenue opportunity overnight for publishers. Other companies claiming to have a similar solution, are in fact display solutions rather than video, with poor quality GIF formats that are not VAST compliant. Up until now, outstream video ads could not run on iPhone web browsers because iOS forces the launch of its native player, which can only be viewed full-screen. Teads’ exclusive technology now means that video ads can be delivered within publishers’ content on iOS giving users a consistent ad experience no matter what device they are on. And as is standard with Teads’ other outstream solutions, the new iOS solution is 100 percent viewable, and only plays when the viewer can see the entire video. “Unlike many others who have attempted to overcome the ‘forced full-screen’ issue, we are able to integrate real video advertising within premium content, rather than just enhanced gifs or animated frames,”commented Pierre Chappaz, Executive Chairman of Teads. “We have been able to unlock significant levels of video ad inventory on mobile on a global scale and look forward to revolutionizing the industry with this innovative technology.” Teads’ premium publisher partners such as Reuters, Forbes, The Washington Post, Le Monde, La Razón, Die Welt, II Sole 24 Ore, The Guardian, The Telegraph and O Globo will be able to take advantage of this new development, including a portion of this inventory which will be available to advertisers through Teads’ private programmatic marketplace. To see Teads’ new mobile ad ‘inRead Everywhere’, click here to view it. ENDS About Teads Teads, founded in 2011, is the inventor of outstream video advertising and a global monetization platform for publishers. Publishers work with Teads to create brand new video inventory and manage their existing inventory, monetizing it through programmatic buying, their own sales force, or third parties. Teads’ outstream video advertising solutions encompasses a series of formats inserted deep into media content, including articles, slideshows and newsfeeds. It is changing the game within the video advertising market by creating unprecedented levels of premium inventory, which did not exist before. Brands and agencies can access this top-tier, premium inventory, available on the web and on mobile, through programmatic or managed services. Through our managed services capabilities, the Teads team execute on their clients behalf using its platform. Teads has a team of over 400 employees, 100 of which are in the innovation team, across 26 global offices. FOR MORE INFO AND INTERVIEWS CONTACT: firstname.lastname@example.org
22 Jun 2015
Telit Creates New VAR Sales Channel for UK Distributor
Adaptive Modules to resell Telit IoT specialized SIMs as well the portfolio of value-added services
London, June 22, 2015 – Telit, a global enabler of the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced that Adaptive Modules will be reselling Telit Mobile connectivity and value-added services under their own brand. The agreement also includes Telit deviceWISE, which is an IoT Application Enablement Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offering. With the move, Adaptive becomes a value added reseller (VAR) expanding the company’s current role of distributor of Telit modules.
Value-added services to be provided by Adaptive include M2M/IoT deployment management and troubleshooting offerings like Aware, Intelligence and Automation; connectivity solutions with enhanced performance and steering capabilities by the end customer; provisioning, configuration and management of mobile connectivity; automatic transfer of data between devices and the Cloud; and the ability to collect, and control the flow of bi-directional data transfers between devices and the Cloud.
Telit is evaluating reapplication of this model for other distributors in Europe. Adaptive was selected as the first application case to reposition and move up the value chain most importantly because of its focus on wireless, managing solutions for a variety of (end) user types. For example, in the UK, Adaptive designed a custom embedded computing IoT solution to monitor the consumables and supplies for vending machines that are well-known high street brand located in garage forecourts, informing the garage and the coffee company if there is a degradation in serviceability, cups sold, cleaning trends and other data to maintain the service to its customers.
“We’ve been marketing Telit’s comprehensive range of m2m modules for 4 years and Motorola M2M before its acquisition by Telit. We were aware of the Mobile services portfolio and the business opportunities it's enabling,” said Andrew Aslett, CEO & Owner ofAdaptive Modules. “Becoming a VAR was therefore a logical development and as such it allowed us to extend our offer and move into an expanding sector of the innovative IoT market.”
“This development demonstrates how the flexibility and power of Telit Connect network services and deviceWISE IoT platform can be employed by distributors looking to expand their value chain footprint up from just reselling m2m and IoT hardware,” said Sammy Yahiaoui, Director of Sales EMEA at Telit. “Early adopters like Adaptive will be well ahead of the curve right away but particularly when we start marketing the company’s next-generation ‘Cloud-ready’ modules. Ultra-advanced mobile and data connectivity will be available right ‘out-of-the-box’.”