EPIN Expanding Wireless Service on China Trains

EPIN Technologies says it is expanding its reach and will provide wireless Internet access and high-definition programs on public LCD screens on more than 200 express train lines in China by the end of this year, and on 500 train lines by 2008. The company says it also will establish a mobile train multimedia network with such information as weather forecasts, real time news and current travel information. The company currently provides wireless Internet and high-definition programs on 105 express trains, mainly between Beijing and other commercial and tourism hubs such as Shanghai, Xian, Tianjin, Guilin, Wuhan and Guangzhou.

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