Seattle-based software-maker Tenzing Communications Inc. plans a near-term rollout of a higher speed version of its onboard email service for commercial airliners. The introduction follows a successful test of the 64-Kbps. Inmarsat-based system on an Airbus A318 in Toulouse last month. Tenzing CEO Alan McGinnis said on Feb. 24 he expected air travelers will "be seeing it quite visibly on a lot of airplanes within the next three months." Sales beyond the initial installations on Cathay ...

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