A privatized Intelsat would move rapidly into worldwide broadband services with an initial fleet of six Ka-band satellites, and would expand its wholesaler's role by using its existing and projected fleet of C- and Ku-band spacecraft to provide value-added services as well, the organization's chief said yesterday. But before that can happen, the international organization must navigate a complex maze of changes in licensing and orbital registration status, a possible $500 million ...

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