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VSAT


Unifying Communications Mobile 3G/4G Portmax


Single contract associated to multiple SIM cards


Broadbeam


Management portal


Connectivity Convergence


Integration with your existing systems


24/7 NOC support


TO RECEIVE HIGHER-CAPACITY, HIGHER-SPEED CONNECTIVITY, YACHTS MAY NEED TO REVIEW THEIR EXISTING ANTENNAS


and service and expect the same standard as a good 5-star hotel. “The charter season is finite, so this itself presents logistical problems. We buy and manage our data in real-time, so we can change the speed of VSAT onboard in a matter of seconds compared to others. “I’ve never understood why yachts should be tied to long contracts because why would a yacht want to pay for high bandwidth capacity when there’s no one onboard? The flexibility that we provide presents challenges at times, but we have plenty of headroom on our networks anyway and we always ensure seasonal capacity to cope with the unusually high demands.


“Buying and managing our own satellite capacity in real time, means we can deal instantaneously with requests and can wind it back when that demand subsides, or normally when guests depart that is.”


The concept of flexible data plans allowing users to cope with highly fluctuating data volume is supported by OmniAccess, whose Plexus Controller provides an easy to use tool for network selection, monitoring and controlling user traffic. OmniAccess Deputy CEO, Carlos Carbajal, told me, “The ‘like-home’ experience


OMNIACCESS OmniAccess provides you with unparalleled NextGen Broadbeam VSAT speeds of up to 400Mbps, local WiFi networks as well their NextGen iO mobile (4G) data plans. These various networks are integrated through their cutting-edge traffic-steering application, so as to always provide you with the best connectivity experience depending on your requirements, whether this be for latency sensitive apps or for higher bandwidth needs such as HD video streaming. To ensure all your networks run smoothly their state-of-the-art Network Operations Centre is available to you 24x7, should you ever encounter a complication or require support from the team. For more details Tel: +34 971 01 63 33 or visit www.omniaccess.com


lies in combining different technologies available (WIFI, 4G/5G, VSAT) and being able to steer traffic through the correct channel depending on the requirements of the specific application. Video streaming, data download or uploads are not latency sensitive and can be channelled through our VSAT connection, whilst gaming or video-conferencing is better channelled through 4G or Wifi, when available.”


Plexus Controller appears to be well up to the job when Carlos said, “Plexus TV will compress high bandwidth video into a smaller IP stream whilst ensuring you retain HD video quality, and our NextGen iO ‘traffic steering’ capability automatically selects between VSAT, 4G/5G or local WiFi networks depending on the device requirements and available connectivity.”


ONBOARD | SUMMER 2019 | 133


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