Tenzing Communications says its evolutionary path to broadband onboard Internet, backed by Airbus and Rockwell Collins, is on track, with high-speed e-mail/messaging to debut this fall and Internet access/browsing in mid-2005. In presentations here and in Montreal last month, officials sought to dispel notions that Tenzing inflight communications offerings have been rendered irrelevant by the recent introduction of Connexion by Boeing's onboard FlyNet. Connexion began offering ...

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