Google buys part of Nokia business – Bloomberg

Google покупает часть бизнеса Nokia - Bloomberg

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Google is interested in the assets of the Finnish company associated with technologies enable broadband access (BBA) on Board the aircraft.

Google is in talks to buy part of the business of the company Nokia, to conduct high speed Internet access in planes, Bloomberg reported citing sources.

It is noted that Google is interested in the assets of the Finnish company associated with technologies enable broadband access (BBA) on Board the aircraft. According to sources, Google is developing a project to create a faster Wi-Fi networks in aircraft.

Companies are already at an advanced stage of negotiations and will soon be able to announce the deal, but also not exclude the possibility of its failure, the Agency said.

Nokia A2G LTE – a cellular system, which allows you to connect the aircraft to the ground base station directly, thereby ensuring a stable connection with Wi-Fi.

To conduct on-Board aircraft Internet has been problematic for many years. Also these services are very cheap. The signing of the contract with Nokia, Google will give you the opportunity to not only make money but also to expand the range of services provided.

Earlier it was reported that Microsoft had announced the sale of a business push-button phones, including Nokia, a subsidiary of the Chinese Foxconn company FIH Mobile and Finnish HMD Global.

 

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