SES says strong investment in new satellite capacity, including a stake in satellite broadband network O3b, should boost annual revenue by some 30 percent within five years. In presenting 2009 results last week, SES Chairman/CEO Romain Bausch noted that with 15 new satellites currently in construction — including four ordered from EADS Astrium in December — the company will be in a position to raise capacity by 28 percent by 2014, equivalent to 313 transponders. The new capacity ...


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