Amtrak issues RFQ for WiFi on trains

Amtrak has issued a request for qualifications (RFQ) for a communications platform that would bring WiFi connectivity to passengers and a secure WiFi channel for Amtrak's business needs to support on-board transactions such as ticketing and on-board sales. Amtrak also wants the system to be capable of supporting automated on-board electronic informational displays and announcements, content caching and delivery and other business services. Article

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