Digital Inclusion is about Viasat’s ongoing efforts to bridge the digital divide and offer high-speed internet services for everyone around the world. That means connecting people in remote areas, filling gaps in more urban regions not being served by traditional ISPs, and enabling people to be included in the digital world no matter where they live.
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Viasat's Kevin Cohen talks to Light Reading about how the company's Community Wi-Fi service enables connectivity in places otherwise unserved by internet providers.
Viasat's Evan Dixon discusses the company's increasing presence in the European broadband market and how satellite can help Europe meet its connectivity goals.
Podcast: ‘Make time matter:’ How Scandinavian Airlines uses Viasat in-flight Wi-Fi to keep passengers happy
Viasat’s VP of commercial aviation Don Buchman catches up with two SAS team members to see how their Viasat in-flight Wi-Fi is helping
Viasat and Facebook propose to accelerate the rollout of Viasat’s Community Wi-Fi, with Facebook helping to identify unconnected and poorly connected communities in Mexico that would benefit from Viasat’s service.
Cryptocurrencies have had their ups and downs, but the tech-driven currency could help billions of unbanked people around the world.
Viasat Community WiFi hotspots are expanding fast, linking people in previously unconnected remote Mexican villages with internet and telephone services
With microloans helping people out all over the developing world, online connectivity is a crucial piece of the puzzle.
In many areas, Viasat satellite internet technology is reaching students who couldn't get online before. Even better service is on the way with ViaSat-3.
An urban version of the Viasat Community Wi-Fi service successfully launched throughout rural Mexico soon to be available in cities
Viasat partners with The Australian National University to equip students with skills for today’s digital economy
Viasat has partnered with The Australian National University, Northrop Grumman and Optus to develop a scholarship program to help students pursue degrees in STEAM fields.