PT Telkom of Indonesia reported huge growth in revenue from satellite transponder leases in 2016 and expects more growth ahead. In a view shared by few, if any, other Asian fleet operators Telkom said demand for satellite bandwidth exceeds the current supply. Credit: PT Telkom
PARIS — In a reversal of previous plans, Indonesia’s PT Telkom will not be selling its aging Telkom-2 satellite to Intelsat, but will nonetheless move the satellite from its current position to an Intelsat-held orbital slot.
The decision comes as Telkom, in stark contrast to other operators in the crowded Southeast and . . .
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