TOKY0 — Asian satellite fleet operators on Oct. 10 said the expect to ride out the current market turmoil by sticking with their core video markets, which they said will not be overly affected by high-throughput satellites’ massive arrival in Asia.
Similarly, they said they are mainly uninterested in investing in low-orbiting satellite broadband constellations, which they argued will — if built — have a huge effect on satellite data distribution but little effect on video.
“Video is our core market and GEO [geostationary orbit] is the preferred option for . . .
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