Viasat Empower Businesses with High-Speed Satellite Internet

Viasat Inc. , a global communications company, and Expedition Communications, a trusted wholesale satellite internet and telecommunications company, announced a partnership to deliver high-speed satellite internet to businesses and government agencies across Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. viasat High-Speed Satellite Internet

ViaSat creates new ways to access advanced network applications with satellite and other wireless networking systems that enable fast, secure, and efficient communications to any location. The company provides networking products and services for enterprise and consumer IP applications; is a key supplier of network-centric military communications and encryption technologies to the U.S. government; and is the primary technology partner for gateway and customer premises equipment for consumer and mobile satellite broadband services. Other products and services include communication system design, satellite antenna systems, integrated circuits, and network acceleration. The company also owns WildBlue, the premier Ka-band satellite broadband service. (PRNewsFoto/ViaSat Inc.)Through this relationship, Expedition Communications will sell, install, maintain, and provide customer support for Viasat’s high-quality satellite internet service across the islands. Viasat has satellite internet coverage over Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands with its ViaSat-2 satellite, the world’s most advanced high-capacity communications satellite.

Viasat’s satellite broadband speeds are faster than many of the islands’ current telecommunications services. By using Viasat’s business internet service, many of the islands’ businesses and government organizations can reliably connect critical business applications such as cloud-based collaboration, Voice-over-Internet Protocol (VoIP), email, point-of-sale transactions, high-speed file transfers, streaming video, Internet of Things (IoT) applications, and more.

The Viasat business internet service can also be used as a diverse business continuity backup service, providing a resilient secondary internet connection for businesses that can’t afford to have downtime related to terrestrial infrastructure outages. In fact, Viasat and Expedition Communications paired up after Hurricane Maria to provide critical disaster recovery connectivity to clinics throughout Puerto Rico, as seen in this video.

All businesses, regardless of where they decide to set up operations, should have access to a quality internet network,” said Dean Eldridge, CEO of Expedition Communications. “By collaborating with Viasat, we are enabling businesses to adopt technologies that were previously unavailable to them. Viasat’s advanced satellite system is helping organizations be competitive and connected across Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands, enabling them to expand the types of business applications they can use.”

Cody Catalena, vice president and general manager, Global Business Solutions at Viasat, continued, “In working with Expedition Communications, we are able to support the expanding economies of both Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. We can provide businesses on both islands an opportunity to take advantage of the benefits of satellite internet—with speeds, reliability, and affordability that keep a business running—continuously, even when other communication services are down.”

Plans and availability viasat High-Speed Satellite Internet

Viasat’s satellite internet plans for enterprises, businesses, and government initiatives in Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands are now available through Expedition Communications. Expedition Communications has a regional office in San Juan, Puerto Rico, with on-island technicians getting businesses up-and-running quickly with a typical three-day call-to-install setup.


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