The launch of our ViaSat-2 satellite has allowed Viasat to expand services into all 31 states and the federal district within Mexico and will soon offer service in other Central American and Caribbean countries. Plus, our partnership with Telebras in Brazil is allowing us to connect many more people in that country. See stories here about our mission to connect the unconnected in Latin America.
Viasat Carlsbad’s Kaitlin Murphy was part of the skills-based trip to help those still recovering from the hurricanes
Participants of the university's ENLACE program complemented their cross-border research program with Viasat's insight into the satellite industry.
Viasat Denver’s Meredith Totten was part of the skills-based trip to help those still recovering from the hurricanes
As part of a trip to help those still recovering from the hurricanes, one employee helped with online job-seeking tips
Service will start out free; adds to thousands of other installations in the country
Volunteer service trip focuses on a skills-based approach
Program will Bring Free Internet Service—with Speeds up to 25 Mbps—to 20 Communities in the State of São Paulo
With a completed contract in place with Telebras, Viasat is stepping up the pace on installations in Brazil
With some contract issues now settled, Viasat and Telebras are busy connecting the unconnected
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.