PARIS — Satellite fleet operator SES told investors that its declining Video business would stabilize in the coming years and that the company would return to growth in 2023 on the back of its growing Networks division business with fixed-data, mobility and government customers.
The spearhead of the Networks growth is the coming SES-17 geostationary-orbit satellite and 11 O3b mPower spacecraft to join the existing O3b fleet in medium-Earth orbit. The mPower satellites have more than 5,000 beams each, compared to 10 for the current first-generation . . .
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