DSB plans to offer wireless internet access in Danish trains by end of 2005  

2004.09.09
The main operator of train services in Denmark plans to offer passengers wireless internet access by the end of 2005

DSB, the main operator of train services in Denmark, plans to offer passengers wireless internet access by the end of 2005. Initially it is likely to be passengers on train journeys between main cities such as Aarhus and Copenhagen who will be offered the new service, while the rest of the country will follow later.

 

A technical solution has not yet been decided by DSB, but the Danish company Zealconnect, which recently launched the technology Pulz8express for internet access on trains, has offered a product. DSB's new IC4 trains which are currently being tested feature wireless internet access points planned for use by train personnel. These could also form a part of DSB's aim of offering wireless internet access to passengers. The news is reported by Computerworld online.

 

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