He is responsible for leading the team at ViaSat's satellite broadband Internet service provider (Exede and WildBlue services) and also for leading development of the company's transformational, next-generation, high-capacity broadband satellites.
A technologist at heart and by training, Mr. Moore has spent much of his career involved in the development of video, voice and data broadband technology for the satellite, wireless, and cable television industries.
Until joining ViaSat, Mr. Moore was a principal at TimesArrow, a venture investing firm providing seed capital and management expertise to early stage ventures.
From 1998 until 2005, he served as president, CEO of WildBlue Communications. A co-founder of WildBlue, he was instrumental in bringing DOCSIS® cable modem technology to the satellite world. During his tenure, the company raised over half a billion dollars from industry leaders such as Liberty Media, Intelsat, NRTC, Kleiner Perkins, Northrop Grumman and Telesat/Bell Canada; built and launched its own special purpose satellite; and deployed a nationwide consumer service.
Prior to WildBlue, Mr. Moore was in senior management at Cable Television Laboratories (CableLabs) a non-profit technology development consortium of the cable industry. In addition to a key role in designing the DOCSIS® global standard, he directed technical development in the areas of quality of service (QoS), traffic engineering, and support for enhanced services such as streaming media (audio/video), Packet Cable™ VoIP telephony, and interactive gaming across cable networks.
Mr. Moore is on the advisory board of the Telecommunications Program at University of Colorado and serves as a founding member of the Colorado Governor’s Innovation Council. He also holds a master's degree in telecommunications engineering (with honors) from the University of Colorado, where his research focused on broadband media access control protocols, Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) and video compression technology. And he earned an MBA with distinction from Harvard Business School.