Chicago-based broadband connectivity provider Gogo announced Sept. 28 that the company is upgrading its North America ground-based and global satellite networks to boost inflight connectivity speeds for commercial and business aviation to over 100Mbps. Utilizing long-term evolution technology and leveraging the company’s existing North American network and infrastructure of over 250 towers, the next generation network will use unlicensed spectrum, a proprietary modem and a new ...

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