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At OmniAccess we provide our global clients with unparalleled NextGen Broadbeam VSAT speeds of up to 400Mbps, local WiFi/WIMAX networks as well as our NextGen iO mobile (4G) data plans. These networks are integrated through our 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.

NextGen Broadbeam VSAT Ku-Band & C-Band

Find out more about our VSAT Networks and our offering around the globe


Typical dish sizes are normally 0.6, 1, 1.2, 1.5 and up to 2.4meters in size. Ku-Band have higher operating frequencies of 12 – 18Ghz, the resulting benefit is a reduction in the required size of the receiving dish. The primary use of Ku-Band is the downlink used to broadcast satellite television. Footprints are generally smaller as they are more focused allowing us to provide you with single-link speeds of up to 300Mbps.


Typical antenna sizes for C-Band range between 2.5 – 3.5m. C-Band performs better in regions with heavy rainfall such as tropical areas because of the lower operating frequency of 4 – 8GHz. Generally as the beams are wider they allow for greater global VSAT coverage.

4G / 5G

What is 4G/5G and how does it work?


Also known as fourth generation of mobile connectivity, allows for faster data transfer than its predecessor, giving a far smoother experience when using applications such as mobile web access, gaming services, video conferencing or any latency-sensitive user data traffic. Main 4G drivers nowadays are average speeds, which are x3 faster than those of 3G; and latency reduction, going below 100ms, which can provide a home-like Internet experience when on-board. Those benefits make 4G technology the perfect technological complement to the hyper-converged connectivity offering for a vessel, so that it can benefit from the best of each technology.


The fifth generation will certainly be the next big technological impact in our daily lives for the terrestrial networks landscape. The 5G promise relays on higher-bandwidths available, and lower-latencies – which are going to bring a plethora of advantages to emerging industrial, end-user and M2M applications. First 5G deployments are happening nowadays in a non-standard fashion; and while high speeds can clearly help a shore-connected vessel to better serve its guests on-board, the roll-out timeline and coverage areas will make a challenge for 5G to impact the maritime ecosystem in the short-term period.

4G connectivity is provided through our NextGen iO service.

PortMax (WIMAX) WiFi connectivity

The WIMAX service OmniAccess provides is based on the 802 WIFI standard and covers a medium outdoor range at selected locations and marinas. The coverage varies from 1km to 3km and provides Internet access from a fixed location ashore.

Where available, this service is provided to enhance our NextGen Broadbeam and NextGen iO networks with an additional high speed Internet feed to the crew and guests onboard.

A typical WIMAX installation consists of 2 antennas/control units, a router and a locally provided internet connection.


Make phone calls over your Internet connection

Voice over Internet Protocol or better known as phone service over Internet, allows you to place calls over an internet connection instead of through your local phone company. This functionality applies when you are out of range or local 3G/4G/5G networks are saturated, and is a way for you to significantly lower costs. As an OmniAccess client you will receive x2 free virtual Direct Inward Dial (DID) numbers, with up to 500 free minutes per month. These DID´s will allow you to seamlessly route calls to your existing telephone numbers without the need for multiple additional physical phone lines.

Flexible Contracts

The bandwidth you need, when you need it!

Our contract terms are designed to allow speed changes in-line with the yacht’s needs throughout the season. Less bandwidth may be needed, for example, during crew only operation, whereas a “boost” in bandwidth will ensure user satisfaction during that important charter week or whilst the owner is onboard. The service may even need to be paused during a few months off season, or during shipyard periods. Rather than spreading your annual budget evenly throughout the year, make the most of it by adjusting your nextGen Broadbeam contract to your requirements.


Get a private VSAT Network for your fleet of vessels

If you are looking to use VSAT across a fleet of vessels or locations, the most efficient way is to set-up your own private nextGen Broadbeam network solution with us. Unlike with individual links, a private pool of bandwidth can maximise the available bandwidth across your fleet by offering you the possibility to “target” the consolidated bandwidth at one specific location.

• Data rates (CIR’s and MIR’s) can be allocated as per a clients needs
• Any un-used bandwidth by a vessel remains in the bandwidth pool and becomes available to other vessels thanks to the dynamic bandwidth allocations system
• Bandwidth is not shared with any third parties