SINGAPORE — U.S. defense cuts have led major players such as Lockheed Martin to try to make up for some of the revenue shortfall by investing in their commercial satellite businesses, Arianespace Chairman and CEO Jean-Yves Le Gall observes. Boeing already made the transition several years ago when it pushed into the market by securing a deal to produce satellites for Inmarsat’s Global Xpress, Le Gall says. This offering provides global high-speed mobile broadband services. In more recent ...
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