TOULOUSE, France — Cubesat builder AAC Clyde, which is already moving its customers to a satellites-as-a-service model where AAC Clyde handles the build, launch and operate functions, is looking a satellite leasing as a business as well.

The company began with a pay-up-front model and is now operating pay-on-delivery contracts as it tests models in the fast-growing cubesat market and specifically the market for commercial constellations of cubesats, AAC Clyde Chief Strategy Officer Craig Clark said.

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