PARIS — Small satellite hardware and services provider AAC Clyde Space said its net profit margin for space-as-a-service (SaaS) contracts, in which AAC Clyde builds, launches and operates — and sometimes owns — satellites built under contract is more than double the margin on classic satellite- or component-sales deals.
Sweden- and Scotland-based AAC Clyde Space said demand for its full-service offering appears to be larger than for more traditional contract formulas.
AAC has notably entered into an SaaS contract with satellite/terrestrial IoT provider . . .
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