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SATELLITE 2011: Where Will Satellite Be in 30 Years
The pre-day schedule will look at some of the future's most pressing issues, beginning with the return of the must-attend Satellite Finance Forum. Satellite sector analysts and experts from throughout the financial sector will look at current economic issues and their potential impact on satellite companies and their markets. The Satellite Finance Forum begins with a look at the Financial State of the Industry, where experts will provide analysis of the market today and provide projections related to the satellite sector's future...More»
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From the Show Floor
Military Bandwidth Migration Path Leads to Ka-, X-band Satellite Offerings
Two years ago, the major challenge for U.S. military bandwidth providers in the commercial sector was persuading high-ranking Pentagon officials to accept the fiscal reality of commercial bandwidth reliance. Now, commercial providers and their bandwidth-starved military customers find themselves working together to make the same argument to Congress. This new environment, created by the global economic recession and its resulting budget constraints... More»
Investors Still Find Safety in Satellite Beginning to Look for Growth Opportunities
The satellite industry remains popular among technology/media analysts at investment banks, and satellite stocks in Europe and North America remain popular with analysts. Chris Quilty, a satellite equity analyst at Raymond James, believes that the overall satellite industry held up well. The satellite industry performed well in 2010, experiencing only marginal impact from the global financial crisis that began in 2008... More»
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