BANGKOK — Sky Perfect JSat, a key, if modest, equity investor in the now-scrapped LeoSat Enterprises B2B broadband satellite constellation, said left the project after being unable to secure sufficient commitment to it among prospective Japanese and Asian customers.
The arrival of the Japanese satellite operator, long known for its conservatism, into the LeoSat shareholders’ circle in May 2017 was viewed as a possible dealmaker. It was quickly followed by a similar small investment by satellite fleet operator Hispasat of Spain.
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