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HTS valued at $17bn by 2026, but FSS losses underestimated

The satellite industry has become as reliant on the promise of HTS (High-throughput Satellite) capacity as the survival of the cable market is on broadband growth, as players in both sectors grow desperate to stem the bleeding from pay TV losses. This dependency on the launch of HTS in the coming years has been hyped up further this week, to the extent that the new technology is forecast to reach a market value of $17 billion by 2026, to offset an estimated $2 billion decline in FSS (Fixed Satellite Service) leasing revenues, according to the latest study from Northern Sky Research (NSR). The Global Satellite Capacity Supply & Demand 14th Edition reports that global HTS revenues will increase tenfold from…

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