Access aggregator GoRemote Internet Communications said Tuesday that it has established a roaming agreement that will give its enterprise customers access to wireless hotspots in a number of North American airports.
The agreement with Opti-Fi Networks will give GoRemote customers access in airports including Atlanta Hartsfield International, Miami International and Baltimore Washington International, the company said in a statement. In all, OptiFi has, or will soon add, hotspots in a total of 28 airports.
"Partnering with Opti-Fi allows us to continue to meet the demands of our mobile customers for wireless access in an important business traveler environment-airports," Tom Thimot, GoRemote's president and CEO, said in a statement.
GoRemote aggregates a number of Internet access methods and offers them to enterprises. Users then log on using a single interface. It recently added T-Mobile hotspots to its network.
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