Boingo launches networks at Louis Armstrong

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Boingo Wireless has launched neutral host cellular DAS (distributed antenna system) and wi-fi networks at the newly opened Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport.

Boingo is operating multi-carrier wireless services at the new complex as part of a multi-year agreement with the City of New Orleans and the New Orleans Aviation Board.

The network has been built to accommodate the mobile data demands of the 5G era. The neutral host DAS boosts cellular signals and can support multiple Tier 1 carriers. The high-density wi-fi offers passengers a free connectivity experience, with speeds up to 100Mbps.

“Greater ease and efficiency for passengers have been priorities since day one of the new Louis Armstrong project,” said Kevin C Dolliole, director of aviation for the city of New Orleans. “Boingo helps us achieve these goals by delivering connectivity that makes travel more convenient and seamless.”

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