AT&T Cruisecast partners revealed

The AT&T's Cruisecast in-vehicle satellite TV service is no secret, as the offering saw its first high-profile demonstration at CES 2009 in Las Vegas back in January. While the carrier has not yet announced a commercial launch date for the service, it has offered more details, according to Telephony. It was actually co-developed with RaySat, and licensed to the satellite antenna firm. Also, other Cruisecast partners are becoming known, including Syncronoss, NDS, Harmonic, ST Electronics and Hyundai Digital Technology. Telephony reports that the service will include 42 entertainment channels, 22 satellite TV and 20 radio channels.

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- Telephony has this report

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