EchoStar confident Jupiter-2 can best ViaSat-2 in the market

by Peter B. de Selding

Pradman P. Kaul, president of EchoStar's Hughes division, said the company expects to keep its 60% share of the U.S. satellite broadband market with Jupiter-2 despite competitor ViaSat's ViaSat-2, arriving late this year. Kaul said Hughes is still weighing design options for a Jupiter-3. Credit: University of Maryland Smith Business School via Youtube.

 

Key takeaways from the EchoStar 4th quarter earnings results:

— Details announced on subscriber packages for next-gen broadband.

— $3-billion war chest remains untouched.

— Brazil satellite broadband venture promising, but falls short of . . .

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