TUPPER LAKE, NY — Viasat Inc. said it expects increased revenue and gross profit in the coming two years even if the antenna defect on its newly launched Viasat-3 Americas satellite proves to be fatal to the satellite’s performance.
In an Aug. 9 investor call, Viasat Chairman Mark D. Dankberg delivered very little news about the satellite’s status, saying it was too early in the investigation to draw any conclusions.
He stressed that all other functions of the satellite, including its Viasat-built payload and . . .
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