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Ericsson Gets Selected For a Global- In-Flight Network Operator


Ericsson Gets Selected For a Global- In-Flight Network Operator

Panasonic Avionics has taken the initiative to choose Ericsson to be the next generation brand that is going to take over the aviation and multiple markets when it comes to connectivity services and networking. In the past few years airlines have been slowly enabling Wi-Fi connectivity available on board for crew members and passengers. This has been slowly becoming available to some airplanes but not all. Eventually all airplanes will have either 2G, 3G, LTE or Wi-Fi connectivity. Internet connection is becoming a necessity in today’s world, what a thousand men couldn’t do a hundred years ago one man can do today and this because of how technologically advanced we have become. Aviation connectivity services is definitely on the rise today and we can already see it some of the new cars that have these services available. Soon not only airplanes will have internet connection but every car or vehicle that is moving will have some type of internet connection.

Ericsson is definitely looking forward to embark on this journey to make global connectivity a possibility and this is possible through Panasonic Avionics and AeroMobile because they are going to play an important role in this and will be in a long term business relationship with Ericsson. Physicists predict that in the future the internet will be spread everywhere just like electricity is spread everywhere now, information will simply be flowing everywhere like power is flowing everywhere now. This contact between Ericsson and Panasonic Avionics is one step closer to this prediction where information is going to be accessible at 30,000 feet above sea level.


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