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The XTS extremely high throughput satellite network for multiple mobility markets is now available.

omniaccessLaunched by OmniAccess, a supplier of integrated communications solutions to super yachts and cruise-ships, and Panasonic Avionics, a provider of inflight entertainment and communications systems, the system is designed to offer capacity and video performance to its yachting and cruise ship markets.

Through the agreement, OmniAccess has secured access to Panasonic's existing HTS capacity, currently contracted capacity and the future XTS satellite network, to provide connection speeds of over 200Mbps to individual customers while at sea.

"Thanks to our collaboration with Panasonic, we have recently been able to roll out the first maritime Ku-band HTS service with truly unprecedented levels of performance,” claimed Bertrand Hartman, OmniAccess CEO. “The combination of the unique RF performance of the XTS satellite topology and OmniAccess' cutting-edge network infrastructure has allowed us to successfully meet the increasing of demands our customers, significantly raising the bar for maritime high-performance connectivity services."

Paul Margis, CEO of Panasonic Avionics, added: "We announced our partnership with OmniAccess at the Monaco Yacht Show last year, and since then, we've been able to develop solutions that have improved our operational efficiencies and also delivered higher performance and better service to OmniAccess' super yacht customers. We look forward to continuing our collaboration with OmniAccess to establish a new standard in high-bandwidth services for the mobility market."