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.
Viasat Partners with the Centre for Appropriate Technology Ltd and Indigenous Business Australia to Build a Real-Time Earth Ground Station in Australia
Real-Time Earth System will Enable the Delivery of Valuable Earth Observation and Remote Sensing Data in a More Timely, Affordable Way
With some contract issues now settled, Viasat and Telebras are busy connecting the unconnected
China Satcom’s Ka-band satellites will pair with Viasat equipment on aircraft to provide high-speed service to international and Chinese-based airlines over China
Visiontec will serve as Viasat’s fulfillment partner, installing Viasat’s proven satellite broadband equipment in remote schools, hospitals and government facilities with future sales and installations planned for residential, commercial and community Wi-Fi hotspot applications.
TCU Ruling Gives Viasat and Telebras the Ability to Rapidly Provide Internet Service Across all of Brazil
Addition of Community Wi-Fi hotspots will include installations at schools, libraries, healthcare centers and other institutional spots where the service will bring the most benefit.
Viasat and Ruralweb will open doors to better connectivity for its existing customers in Brazil
Viasat helping nearly 3,000 public schools getting connected through the Brazilian e-government initiative, GESAC
Agreement enables Viasat’s global airline customers to have roaming connectivity when flying over China; provide IFC service to domestic flights within China; and enable Chinese airlines to roam onto Viasat’s global network.
Small team has big goals for Europe as ViaSat-3 constellation moves forward