Gogo to Upgrade United’s P.S. Fleet with Next Generation ATG-4 In-Air Connectivity Solution ITASCA, IL. – July 20, 2012 – Gogo, a leader of in-flight connectivity and a pioneer in wireless in-flight digital entertainment solutions, announced today that it has extended its contract with United Airlines and will work with United Airlines to upgrade its p.s.® Premium Service fleet to Gogo’s new ATG-4 connectivity solution. Gogo expects to begin installation of the upgraded equipment in early 2013. Gogo’s ATG-4 technology is expected to enhance its existing air to ground network and deliver peak speeds from our current performance of up to 3.1 Mbps to up to 9.8 Mbps per aircraft through the addition of directional antenna, dual modem and EV-DO Rev. B technologies. “Passengers on board United’s p.s. fleet have long enjoyed Gogo’s in-flight Internet service and these routes have grown to be some of the most popular routes for connectivity related services,” said Gogo’s president and CEO Michael Small. “By upgrading to ATG-4, Gogo will be able to better address the growing demand for Internet access on these flights now and in the future.” United’s p.s. fleet consists of 13 Boeing 757 aircraft that operate between New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport or San Francisco International Airport. Gogo and United have offered connectivity services aboard the p.s. fleet since January 2009.
«While loads of people in rural places are still fighting for legitimate broadband ...» It would be interesting to see an HH article on just those people who are fighting for access to broadband, often against laws passed by state legislators in thrall to the major carriers which prevent communities from providing access to their residents. More on these matters can be found on the Community Broadband Networks site, a description of which can be found here : http://www.muninetworks.org/content/about-us....
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