LA PLATA, Maryland — Satellite hardware and service provider Viasat Inc., three months after absorbing in-orbit failures on two large new satellites, said the lost capacity will be little more than a speed bump to the company’s growth as it reinvents itself with the acquisition of mobile satellite operator Inmarsat.
In a Nov. 8 presentation on its results for the three months ending Sept. 30, Viasat said the Viasat-3 Americas satellite, a 1-Tbps-throughput showcase of Viasat technology, had already been behind the curve as Viasat puts global mobile connectivity, for . . .
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