WHO USES XGATE
XGate is perfect for anyone who uses a satellite phone. It works on any system and lets you get more done in less time, all while saving airtime costs. Whether staying in touch outside of cellular coverage areas or accessing email for business continuity after a hurricane, earthquake, or other natural disaster, XGate has thousands of satisfied users in the following applications:
From commercial fishing and maritime transport, to cruise ship internet cafes, XGate serves all levels of commercial maritime activity. XGate is the leading email client for ship to shore communications, maritime IT services, and communication solutions for offshore oil rigs and oil tankers.
XGate provides email and data services for every level of the recreational maritime market. Because XGate works on a flexible subscription basis, it’s perfect for short-term activities like offshore racing and seasonal cruising, coastal cruising and regattas, to more long-term activities like liveaboard cruisers and sailing.
Hikers and Expeditions
XGate is perfect for those traveling to remote locations. Hikers, explorers, and mountain-climbers all use XGate to keep in contact with family and friends. Campers, hunters, and even RVers in remote locations use XGate. We’ve even had clients set up WiFi cafés in their hunting or fishing lodge for guests.
Want to do email in the sky? XGate is a perfect fit for your airborne communication needs. We’ve helped set up WiFi cafes in airplanes, and provided airlines and pilots with the services to allow their guests and crew to access the internet onboard. With XGate, it’s possible to stay connected, even at 30,000 feet.
Remote Workers, Emergency Responders, and Business Continuity
Remote workers like offshore oil rigs and exploration expeditions use XGate. Hospitals, ambulance groups, insurance adjusters and others in the first responder industry find XGate to be unparalleled for keeping in contact during crises. We provide service to many levels of government, including the Coast Guard, Police, and research divisions.