World VoIP NewsVoIP option for in-flight operations by Aircell
VoIP option for in-flight operations by Aircell
Company Aircell is planning to add VoIP capabilities to its air-to-ground (ATG)- based Gogo Biz in-flight Internet service for business aircraft. Dedicated Gogo Biz Voice solution implements VoIP technology throughout Aircell's ATG network in the United States. It ensures "multiple calls and Internet sessions to happen simultaneously, and it also allows very, very high quality voice without using a lot of bandwidth (like traditional VoIP solutions do)", stated the officials from Aircell, emphasizing that solution " will use Quality of Service (QoS) software" in the network.
From an integrated aircraft installations perspective, Gogo Biz ensures in- flight Internet - and soon expected voice service – by means of Aircell's ATG 4000/ 5000 systems. The options of tailored upgrades will be offered to existing ATG 4000/ 5000 owners desiring to add Gogo Biz Voice to their current in-field applications. The company boasts to be working out expanded suite of Gogo Biz monthly service plans, making clients to select both voice and data packages that address their requirements and options of usage. Gogo Biz Voice will be fully suitable with the brand new Aircell Smartphone, a next-generation cabin handset built on the Android operating system.
"No other network service can match Gogo Biz's combination of Internet performance, voice quality, small equipment size and affordability. Gogo Biz is already the fastest-selling service in our history, and we expect interest to increase even further as voice is introduced," says Aircell executive vice-president and general manager, business aviation services John Wade.
By the end of 2010, orders and shipments for the Gogo Biz service were approaching 1,000 units, making it the fastest-selling service in the company's history, according to Aircell.
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