With ever-increasing numbers of satellites around the earth, particularly in lower orbits, space junk can pose a problem. Here's a look at how Viasat mitigates the threat.
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.
The government's decision to fund outmoded satellites in favor of using better, more modern options available commercially is the wrong decision in a time of escalating threats.
With high-speed, 50 Mbps from satellite now available from Viasat in Europe, it's time the technology is recognized as a viable alternative to fiber in many areas.
Before a hearing of the U.S. Senate Committee on Commerce, Science & Transportation in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 25, Viasat CEO Mark Dankberg spoke to the power of satellite to reach a wide audience.