Bluebox Wow provides wireless content streamed to passenger devices in the aircraft cabin, including film, TV, audio, and games, accessed through any web browser.
The IFC service will begin in the first half of 2018 and the technology rollout is scheduled to be completed within a year.
Michael Small, Gogo’s president and ceo, commented: “We are delighted to partner with LATAM to bring the industry’s leading inflight connectivity solution to their passengers.
2Ku delivers a ground-like internet experience, including the ability to stream video, to passengers on aircraft flying around the world.
The equipment installed on LATAM’s aircraft will include Gogo’s new modem, which is said to significantly increase throughput and reliability to and from the aircraft.
Go Media is bringing a selection of HBO’s hit-shows, including select episodes from the first and second seasons of Game of Thrones and the first season of Curb Your Enthusiasm, The Wire and The Sopranos to rail customers for the first time, as part of its latest on-board entertainment package on Trans Pennine Express (TPE).
The system can store up to 1 terabyte of content in four micro-SD cards, and the swappable rechargeable battery offers 15 hours of streamed content to 50 passengers.