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OmniAccess expands VSAT service

VSAT provider OmniAccess reports that it has deployed a new iDirect Series 15100 Universal Satellite Hub to expand its maritime satellite network.

The company says that the addition of its third iDirect hub will allow it to expand its coverage area, and offer a multi-hub satellite network that will allow users to move between different regions without having to change satellite service providers or plans.

The iDirect system allows for functionalities such as Automatic Beam Selection (ABS) and Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM), which OmniAccess will use in the provision of its BroadBEAM ULTRA service, with speeds of up to 30 Mbps.

“Thanks to the scalability of the iDirect platform and the dedicated efforts of iDirect's technical services and support staff, we were able to establish a global satellite network in only 18 months,” said Bertrand Hartman, CEO, OmniAccess.

“For a growing company like ours, this quick growth has been instrumental to our success. Moreover, because two of the three hubs we have deployed were completely installed by iDirect remotely, there has been minimal impact to our operations.”

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