Modernize the battle for Multi-Domain Operations
Keep warfighters on the leading edge of the battlespace with breakthrough technology solutions you need to maintain your competitive edge
As militaries shift to large-scale combat against near-peer adversaries, it’s essential to have resilient operations that can work across platforms, environments, and Joint Forces. At the vanguard of the New Defense Industrial Base, Viasat is boldly deploying new and innovative business models that rapidly deliver ground-breaking operational capabilities for the multi-domain battle.
Viasat’s integrated, end-to-end communications approach ranges across satellites, data links, backhaul, ground entry, network management, cybersecurity, cloud access, command and control (C2), and end-user terminals - to holistically deliver capabilities across the multi-domain battle that deliver operational advantages.
Viasat enables better data-driven decision making by delivering situational awareness that meets your mission-critical airborne connectivity and defense communication needs.
From your core digital infrastructure to the mobile devices accessing it, Viasat provides end-to-end, government-accredited cyber protection to keep data and warfighters safe.
Viasat provides resilient and assured connectivity services that facilitate ship-to-ship and ship-to-shore communications — over satellite bands, networks, and congested environments.
Comm-on-the-move, comm-on-the-pause, command and control, and more — Viasat delivers resilient battlespace connectivity and communications solutions for critical ground missions.
Viasat is transforming defense satellite broadband services for defense missions, improving performance, security, and resiliency at a lower cost for mission-critical communications.
Viasat is uniquely positioned to support JADC2, eliminate the stove-piping of data and streamline communications across all the military services.
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