Helping bring Wi-Fi to communities in Mexico is just the beginning for Viasat’s Kevin Cohen as the company expands globally.
With a donation of medical supplies and internet service, Viasat and some of its retailers chipped in to help a small town in Mexico.
Distance learning enables students in many rural areas to pursue their education, but a good internet connection is essential.
While many people in urban areas enjoy today's fastest internet service, those in rural areas and other places outside cities have had limited options.
As part of its improved passenger experience, SAS is outfitting its aircraft with Viasat service better suited to streaming video.
In Brazil, Viasat is working with Telebras to bring high-speed internet to the entire country — including areas outside the reach of traditional providers — to help bridge the digital divide.
Throughout Mexico, Viasat is working to connect people who've been on the wrong side of the digital divide. By sharing a connection and purchasing time online in small increments, the service is affordable in some of the poorest parts of the country.
Viasat has reached many remote villages in Mexico with a unique way of delivering internet via Community WiFi. The new ViaSat-2 satellite will expand Community WiFi and traditional residential internet service throughout Mexico beginning this month.