AMC-16 and W3B setbacks fail tohalt expansion at SES, Eutelsat
A slight wrinkle appeared in SES’s guidance for 2011. And although the operator insisted the impact will be temporary—and, like rival Eutelsat, forecast strong growth in the years ahead—the dip may carry a premonitory warning. In its latest findings, Euroconsult reiterates its optimism over the medium term, predicting that demand for Fixed Satellite Service (FSS) transponders will grow at a compound annual rate of 4.4% over the next five years, not counting broadband use. However, the ...
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