Google is negotiating a purchase of Nokia’s inflight broadband system for connecting a high-speed airborne Internet, Bloomberg reports quoting its own sources.
Reportedly, the negotiations continue for quite some time and the companies will soon come to agreement.
Alphabet and Nokia denied to comment.
According to the sources, such purchase will allow Google to enter market with the alternative high-speed airborne Internet, as, unlike other systems, Nokia LTE A2G connects the plane with the land, but not receives a signal from the satellite.
It should be reminded that Google fully switched to renewable sources of energy.