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    • 1 7 th e d i t i o n Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Markets Survey Forecasts to 2019, Preparing for a Showdown The essential tool for business planning and investment decisions in the satellite industry Despite a slowdown the FSS industry proved its resilience with continuous growth in capacity usage and 4.4% growth in revenues last year. While the slower growth could be explained by a combination of short term and structural factors after four years of high growth, prospects for the sector remain solid for the next three years. With high fill rates and upward pricing trends in several world regions, most operators improved their profit margins last year and should continue to deliver strong performances. Nevertheless, the takeoff of new applications (digital TV in emerging regions, HDTV, 3D, consumer broadband , UAV communications etc.) and the emergence of new systems by existing and new operators should impact the competitive landscape. New systems, including those operated in Ka-band, will aim to capture a larger share of traffic and will push established operators to revise their development strategies. he ability of operators to secure financing in a still challenging environment, and potential moves in terms of consolidation and vertical integration could impact local market dynamics. Access to orbital slots and local markets remain strategic issues for future growth. Now in its 17th edition, Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Markets Survey is the definitive business planning tool supporting investment decisions in the satellite industry. Released annually, it provides the most complete and accurate picture of market conditions and extensive, insightful analysis of market trends. A must-read for:  Satellite Operators  Launchers  Satellite & Equipment Manufacturers  Investors & Financial Institutions  Administrations & Space Agencies  Service Providers Telecommunications Companies About the report Key trends, drivers & forecasts for FSS satellite communications Analysis of all fixed satellite Strategic review of satellite communication applications The report provides critical information for business and strategic planning in the Revenue Trends for Infrastructure FSS industry, including: Consumer Broadband Access  Transponder pricing trends Focuses on Revenue per Transponder Emerging Ka-Band Usage Other Key Indicators  Demand trends & ten-year forecasts by  Application  Region Twelve regional profiles  Frequency band Market Trends in Transponder Demand & Supply  Supply trends & ten-year forecasts by Trends in Transponder Lease Rates & Revenues  Region Transponder Supply, Usage & Fill Rate by Frequency Band  Frequency band  shares by ****** application and region -Saharan Africa New applications & markets - -East Asia Oceania & Pacific Extensive Figures & Analysis for the Coming Decade For more details, please see the table of contents on the following pages www.euroconsult-ec.com
    • Table of Contents Part 1: Strategic Issues and Forecasts for the Satellite Operators Current & Future Satellite Capacity Usage Trends and Prospects Related to Transponder Demand  5.3% growth in transponder demand in 2009, with a growth of up to 6% expected in 2010  Capacity demand boosted by emerging countries, including several of the BRIC, ahead of established satellite markets  Trends and prospects by frequency band Forecasts of transponder demand by application worldwide (Excluding BBS satellites, 2005-2009 and forecasts to 2019) COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS 10,000 9,000 Milsatcom Capacity 8,000 Corporate networks & broadband access  7,000 36 MHz transponders Traffic trunking 6,000 at 77% 5,000 Video contribution  Fill rates to remain high in the next two to three years in most 4,000 regions 3,000 Broadcast of TV channels 2,000 Estimated Average Revenue per Transponder per Region 1,000 for the FSS Industry Trends and Prospects for Transponder Lease Rates 0 (2008 & 2009) 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019  Transponder lease rates driven by the level of capacity used and 3.5 $ in millions 2008 Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult the nature of the service provided 3 2009 2.5  The global average revenue per transponder stood at $1.62 million 2 in 2009 1.5  High capacity fill rates currently protect the industry from the risk of 1 0.5 significant price decreases 0 Southern Asia Western Europe Sub Saharan Africa Latin America Oceania MENA Central Europe South East Asia North America North East Asia China area Russia & Central Asia  Large differences in average lease rates between regional markets Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult Prospects for Usage of Broadband Services (BBS) Payloads*  A dramatic increase in the capacity offered by BBS payloads in the next five years  Consumer broadband access and enterprise networks to drive capacity usage  The launch of dedicated capacity to boost the satellite trunking market  Demand to reach up to 1,800 Gbps by 2019, with a large upward revision of our forecasts  Capacity prices will be constrained by service prices for end-users Full Page Graphs & Tables Market Drivers and Forecasts  Breakdown of World Transponder Demand by Application :  Forecasts of Transponder Demand by Application Worldwide: Excl. Spotbeam Satellites, 2004-2009 Excl. Spotbeam Satellites, 2005-2019  Transponder demand breakdown by application & region 2009  Breakdown of Transponder Demand by Frequency Band:  Breakdown of Regular Transponder Demand by Frequency -2019 Band: World, 2009  Breakdown of Transponder Demand by Region: 2005-2019  Reference Supply vs. Total Transponders in Orbit: Regular  Breakdown of Transponder Demand by Region: Regions w. Capacity, 2002-2009 Fewer than 400 Transponders, 2005-2019  World Reference Transponder Supply by Frequency Band for  Transponder Demand & Supply Worldwide: Regular Capacity, -2009 2005-2019  Transponder Supply & Demand Worldwide: Excl. Spotbeam  Average Revenue per Transponder per Year for the FSS Satellites, 2004-2009 Industry: 2005-2019   Forecasts of Terminals Served by Multispotbeam Satellite -2009 Systems: 2008-2019  Estimated Average Revenue per Transponder per Region for the FSS Industry: 2008 & 2009 *BBS satellites specifically designed for broadband access such as wildblue and IPSTAR www.euroconsult-ec.com
    • The Satellite Operators Financials of FSS Operators  Three main types of FSS operators  FSS revenues grew by ~4.4% in 2009, affected by the dollar exchange rates  Growth continues to be driven by infrastructure revenues  Europe remains leading market in FSS infrastructure revenues  Profit margins of most FSS operators improved in 2009  Slight increase in average backlog multiple confirms strong demand  Current replacement and expansion cycle leading to increase in capex  No significant impact of the financial crisis felt by FSS operators  Strong growth in FSS revenues from regular capacity expected in most emerging regions Structural Trends for FSS Operators  The FSS industry remains highly concentrated  Growth strategies of FSS operators  The SatCom industry value chain is growing on all levels Revenue Growth of FSS Industry (World, 1981-2009)  Vertically integrated satellite operation models Revenue in $ billions 10 Revenue for the FSS operators plus estimated equivalent revenue for the FSS operators 9 transponders used by DirecTV and infrastructure EchoStar trading 8 7 Recovery in 6 transponder Decrease in volume 5 transponder Start of horizontal price & volume 4 concentration in the FSS industry 3 Capital Expenditure vs. Satellite Orders in the FSS Industry (World, 1996-2009) 2 FSS operators 1 service provision Number of satellite ordered and capex as % of revenue 0 80 1981 1983 1985 1987 1989 1991 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 Capex to sales ratio (capex in % of revenues) for a sample of FSS operators 70 60 Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult Start of replacement and 50 expansion phase The increase in satellite order resulted in 40 an increase in capex to sales in the year(s) after 30 Record lows in satellite Regional Distribution of Future Revenues of the FSS Industry* order and capex to (World, 2004-2019) sales ratio 20 $ millions COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS 10 16,000 Satellite orders (in # of GEO FSS satellites per year) Oceania & Pacific 0 14,000 South East Asia 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 China area North East Asia 12,000 South Asia Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult Sub Saharan Africa 10,000 Middle East & North Africa Russia & Central Asia 8,000 Central Europe 6,000 Western Europe 4,000 Latin America 2,000 North America 0 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 * Infrastructure business (excludes service provision) ** DBS includes the estimated transponder lease value of DirecTV and Dish Network Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult Full Page Graphs & Tables Performance of Satellite Operators  The 38 FSS Operators  2 different Business Models in the Satellite Service Industry  2009 Revenues and Market Shares of FSS Operators  Revenues of the FSS Industry by Region: World, 2000-2008  Transponder Utilization by FSS Companies in 2009  Future FSS Revenues by Region: World, 2005-2019  Infrastucture vs. Service Revenues of FSS Operators: 2002-2009  Revenue Growth of the FSS Industry by Region: Regions w.  Revenue Growth of the FSS Industry: World,1981-2009 less than $ 1 b. in revenues, 2005-2009  Average Profit Margins: World,1999-2009  Future Revenue Growth for the FSS Industry by Region:  Trend & Range in EBITDA Margin: World, 1999-2009 Regions w. less than $ 1 b. in Revenues, 2005-2019  Backlog as a Multiple of Revenues: World, 1999-2009  Wholesale Revenues for Multispotbeam Satellite Systems:  Capital Expenditure to Sales Ratio: World, 1995-2009 World, 2005-2019  Capital Expenditure vs. Satellite Orders: World, 1996-2009  Infrastructure Revenues of FSS Operators: regular &  Financial transactions in the FSS/MSS industry: 1999-2009 multispotbeam capacity, 2005-2019  FSS industry concentration: 2009 revenue distribution by company  Investment of FSS Operators in Satellite Service Providers www.euroconsult-ec.com
    • Part 2: Market Dynamics for Satellite Applications Video Distribution and Contribution The Video Broadcasting Market: Beyond the Crisis  Three distribution options for satellite broadcasting  Noticeable slowdown in transponder demand last year with 6% growth  North America still the largest market, with emerging regions supporting growth Video Broadcasting as a Highly Concentrated FSS Market  Emerging digital markets: A promising market for regional operators  Orbital positions: A key stake for satellite operators A Satellite Pay-TV Market Resilient to the Crisis  New players continue to enter the market of satellite pay-TV  Pay-TV platforms remain the preferred distribution option for TV channels Slowdown of Capacity Demand for Channels Outside DTH Platforms  Multiplexes remain the reference for video distribution outside DTH platforms  TV channels outside DTH platforms generated a 7% increase in transponder demand A Growing Impact of New Generation TV Services on Capacity Needs  Gains in digital compression enable the launch of new services  Satellite pay-TV platforms lead the rapid increase in HD channels broadcast  3DTV should initially have a limited impact on video distribution services The Rise of Global Operators for Satellite Video Distribution Other regional/national SES Global 21% satellite operators: 23% (SES Americom, SES Astra/SES Sirius and SES New Skies) Insat 3% Star One 3% Intelsat 19% JSAT 3% Singtel Optus 3% A Chronology of TV Channels on Satellite (1993-2009) Hispasat 3% Telesat 7%Number of TV channels 30,000 Eutelsat 15% Multiplication of HD services 27,000 satellite worldwide channels at YE At YE 2009, the four leading operators had a 62% market share 25,000 2009 on a total of 2,557 transponders used for video distribution Introduction Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult of digital 20,000 technology 15,000 Top 25 Satellite Operators Broadcasting TV Channels Launch of dozens (February 2010) digital DTH platforms 10,000 Nr of TV channels broadcast 4,000 Channels broadcast for satellite pay-TV platforms 3,500 5,000 Other TV channels 3,000 0 2,500 1993 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2,000 Source : Euroconsult’s monitoring of LyngSat Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult 1,500 1,000 500 0 Türksat Telesat Spacecom Telenor Echostar Hispasat RSCC Insat DirecTV Satmex Arabsat Eutelsat Intelsat Nilesat Hellas Sat Measat SES Global* Asiasat China Satcom ABS Singtel Optus Star One SkyPerfect Jsat Shin Satellite Ciel Satellite Source: Euroconsult’s monitoring of Lyngsat * SES Global including SES Americom, SES Astra/SES Sirius and SES New Skies Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult www.euroconsult-ec.com
    • Video Contribution Services Stable After Strong Growth of the Last Decade  The video contribution market was globally flat in 2009  Mpeg-2 continues to dominate the video contribution market  In 2009, North America and Western Europe still represented more than half of the video contribution market  MENA presented the strongest increase in video feeds carried last year Forecast of Future Transponder Demand for Video Distribution & Contribution  An expected 3.5% CAGR in satellite TV channels in the next ten years  Strong growth expected for satellite TV platforms  By 2019, 19% of satellite TV channels will be distributed in HD  Broadcasters multiply 3D services announcements  Competitive delivery networks may likely benefit satellite video distribution  Video distribution to represent 47% of total transponder demand by 2019, up from 43% in 2009  Transponder demand for the contribution market should continue to grow despite improvements in compression  Emerging markets to drive growth in the contribution market  In the next ten years, capacity leasing for video contribution to globally present a 3.5% CAGR Satellite pay-TV platforms in service worldwide (1995-2009) 120 DTH platforms Growth and Forecasts in Transponder Demand for TV Distribution 110 (2004-2019) 100 90 Consolidation & COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS Since 2006, the number of restructuring - operating platforms worldwide 4,500 80 global telecom and media has risen significantly, driven by crisis the dynamism of emerging Oceania & Pacific 70 digital regions such as Central & 4,000 Introduction of Direct-to- Eastern Europe and Asia South East Asia Home digital television China area 60 3,500 North East Asia South Asia Sub Saharan Africa 50 36 MHz Transponders 3,000 Middle East & North In 2009, close to ten new Africa 40 Primarily North platforms introduced HD TV DTH platforms Russia & Central Asia American HD offerings channels in their lineup. offering HDTV 2,500 30 Central Europe 2,000 20 Western Europe 1,500 10 Latin America 0 1,000 1995 1997 1999 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 North America 500 Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult 0 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult Full Page Graphs & Tables Video Distribution & Contribution Services  A Chronology of TV Channels on Satellite: 1993-2009  Satellite Pay-TV Platforms in Service Worldwide: 1995-2009E  Transponder Usage for TV Distribution - Breakdown by Market  Transponders Use for Multiplexes vs. Independent TV Segment: World, 2000-2009 Channels: 2002-2009  Growth of Transponder Usage for TV Distribution by Region:  Growth of TV Channels (Multiplexes vs. Mid-independent , World, 2001-2009 2003-2009  Top 25 Satellite Operators Broadcasting TV Channels: World,  Growth & Forecasts of TV channels Broadcast by Satellite: February 2010 2004-2019  Top 25 Orbital Positions for TV Broadcasting for FSS operators  Growth & Forecast in Transponder Demand for TV Distribution: & Proprietary Systems: World, 2010 2004-2019  Rise of Global Operators for Satellite Video Distribution 2008  Growth In the Number of Feeds carried Worldwide: 2002-2009  Growth of Transponder Usage for Satellite Pay-TV Platforms:  Growth & Forecasts in Transponder Demand for Video 2001-2009 Contribution: 2004-2019 www.euroconsult-ec.com
    • Enterprise Networks & Trunking Market Overview  The market for enterprise networks & trunking has been resilient  Key trends impacting the value chain A Wide Range of Markets Support the Satellite Enterprise Market Growth  Satellite positioned as a complementary broadband access technology  Trends by vertical market The Trunking Market at the Crossroads  The erosion of the trunking market has stopped, with a 4% CAGR in the last three years  A legacy market for satellite operators, with 1,700 transponders used in 2009  Cellular backhaul and Internet trunking as relays of growth in emerging regions  The expansion of ground networks leaves white areas unserved and can even boost satellite usage  Network optimization could limit the need for satellite bandwidth in certain areas  The introduction of the O3B constellation as a potential game changer for satellite trunking U.S. Remains the Dominant Regional Market for the Enterprise VSAT market  North America market resilient  Latin America driven by government mandates  Western Europe taken more seriously  Promising prospects across Eastern Europe and Russia  Middle East and Africa are the promising markets  Asia: Still tangled in regulation Forecasts for the Enterprise and Trunking Markets  New applications, verticals and regions  Technology improves efficiency and increases demand for bandwidth  Over 6.4 million enterprise terminals forecasted by 2019  Prospects for capacity: A market partly reshaped by Ka-band systems  trunking and 940 units for enterprise by 2019  New generation BBS systems to carry over 700 Gbps, including over 150 Gbps for trunking by 2019 Growth of Terminals for Enterprise Networks Breakdown between Regular and BBS Payloads (2006-2019) COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS 7,000 6,000 5,000 Growth of Regular Transponder demand for Trunking Terminals in million “BBS payloads" 4,000 (2005-2019) 3,000 COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS 2,000 2,000 Oceania & Pacific "Regular payloads" 1,800 South East Asia1,000 1,600 China area Subscribers („000) North East Asia 0 1,400 South Asia 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 1,200 Sub Saharan Africa *BBS payload: Broadband Services payload 1,000 Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult MENA 800 600 Russia & Central Asia Central Europe 400 Western Europe 200 Latin America North America 0 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult www.euroconsult-ec.com
    • Consumer Broadband Access Consumer Broadband Is the Hype for Real?  Nearly 1.5 million consumer broadband subscribers by the end of 2009  A large increase in supply at satellite and ground level  Pricing of service packages competes with low-end terrestrial networks  Two equipment providers dominate the consumer broadband market  New platforms focus more on wholesale capacity provisioning Regional Markets at Very Different Levels of the S-Curve  North America continues subscriber growth pace  Asia waiting to burst  The European wholesale distribution business model  The Middle East and Africa  Other regions growing slowly Growth Expected for Next 10 Years  Higher, faster and converged  Approaching 12 million subscribers by 2019  Nearly 1,100 Gbps required by 2019 Growth & Forecast in Commercial Satellite Capacity used for Milsatcom (2000-2009 and forecasts to 2019) Capacity in Gbps COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS 35,000 Ka-band 30,000 25,000 20,000 15,000 C and Ku-band 10,000 Growth and Forecast in Transponder Demand for Military Communications* (2000-2009 and forecasts to 2019) 5,000 COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS 0 600 Oceania & Pacific 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 South East Asia China area 500 North East Asia South Asia 36 MHz Transponders Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult 400 Sub Saharan Africa 300 Middle East & North Africa 200 Russia & Central Asia Central Europe Western Europe 100 Latin America North America 0 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 Growth of Subscriptions to Consumer Satellite Broadband Access * With the assumption that military communication services in Ka-band will be offered by "regular " satellite payloads with widebeam coverage (2006-2019) Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS 12,000 Oceania & Pacific South East Asia China area 10,000 North East Asia South Asia Sub Saharan Africa Subscribers („000) MENA 8,000 Russia & Central Asia Central Europe Western Europe 6,000 Latin America 4,000 North America 2,000 0 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult www.euroconsult-ec.com
    • Milsatcom Growth in Capacity Usage for MilSatCom  Transponders used by military customers reached over 210 units in 2009  The U.S. DoD is the main customer of commercial capacity for military usage  Non U.S. military customers also require more capacity but at a slower pace  Unsatisfied demand in certain frequency bands/regions is still an issue but also an opportunity for civil operators Development of Supply and Strategic Positioning of Commercial Entities  Proprietary government systems can no longer cope with increasing demand  Satellite operators today offer customized solutions to address military requirements Strategic Stakes for Future Requirements  New technologies and new services drive the growth for capacity demand  Growing usage of UAVs dramatically increases the bandwidth needs of armed forces  Forecasts for Capacity Requirement  Persistent global conflicts and new technologies allow us to assume continuous growth in demand  Ka-band could see growing usage for specific military needs  Transponder demand from military customers will diversify and should experience a 9% CAGR over the next ten years Full Page Graphs & Tables Satellite Capacity for Telecom Traffic Trunking and Multi-Usage  International Outgoing Satellite Traffic of US Carriers by  Rentals of Satellite Capacity by the Indian Operator VSNL: Destination: 1998-2008 2002-2009  International Outgoing Satellite Traffic from Hong Kong: 2005-  Growth & Forecast in Transponder Demand for Traffic Trunking: 2009 2005-2019 Full Page Graphs & Tables Corporate and Civilian Government Networks  Growth of Terminals for Corporate Networks, Breakdown by  Growth of Terminals for Corporate Networks, Breakdown by Region: 2002-2009 Region: 2005-2019  Growth of Terminals for Corporate Networks, Regular vs.  Multispotbeam Payloads: 2005-2019 Networks: 2005-2019 Full Page Graphs & Tables Milsatcom Services  US DoD Budget for Milsatcom Unclassified - R&D and  Transponder demand for milsatcom Procurement : 1997-2008 -2019  US DoD Shortfall for Satellite Bandwidth: 2002-2019 Full Page Graphs & Tables Consumer Broadband  Subscribers by Satellite System/Main Service Provider:  Growth of Subscriptions to Consumer Satellite Broadband Multispotbeam satellites, 2005-2009 Access: 2005-2019  Subscriptions to Satellite Broadband Access, Regular vs.  Growth in capacity required from multispotbeam systems Multispotbeam Payloads : 2005-2019 breakdown by region: 2007-2019  Transponder demand for consumer satellite broadband www.euroconsult-ec.com
    • Part 3: Twelve Regional Profiles North America Sub-Saharan Africa Latin America Southern Asia Western Europe North-East Asia Central Europe Greater China Russia & Central Asia South-East Asia Middle East & North Africa Oceania & Pacific Regional profiles are analyzed in the same way, with dedicated graphs and tables for easy comparison: Trends and prospects for transponder demand in the region  Market overview  Growth and forecast per application segment video services  Growth and forecast per application segment telecom services  Trends in transponder lease rates and revenues Transponder supply and fill rates in the region  Overview of total transponder supply and fill rate  Trends in supply and usage by frequency band  Current transponder demand for telecom and video broadcasting services Positioning and market shares of satellite operators in the region  Market shares and business of satellite operators in the region  New entrants to the market Transponder Reference Supply* by Frequency Band in Western Europe (2004-2019) ATTRITION OF TRANSPONDERS IN ORBIT COMPLETED OR IN CONSTRUCTION 1,400 Regular Transponder Supply and Demand in Oceania & Pacific (2005-2009 and Forecasts to 2019) 1,200 COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS 1,000 350 Breakdown of “Regular” Transponder Demand by Application in Russia & Central Asia 36 MHz transponders 300 (2005-2019) 800 Ka & other bands** Reference Supply 250 COMPLETED EST. FORECASTS 600 700 36 MHz transponders 200 Ku band 400 Including satellites in 600 Demand forecasts construction (C/Ku/Ka*) DTU satcom services (Corporate 150 networks, broadband 200 500 36 MHz Transponders access & milsatcom) C band 100 0 400 Traffic trunking (fixed IP, Non-IP & 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2014 2016 2018 cellular backhaul) *Reference supply corresponds to the average capacity available during the year, excluding backup transponders and 50 satellites in inclined orbit 300 **Excluding BBS capacity Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult Video contribution 0 200 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 100 Video distribution *Excluding BBS satellites Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Markets Survey © 2009 Euroconsult 0 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 Satellite Communications & Broadcasting Market Survey © 2010 Euroconsult Full Page Graphs & Tables For each region:  Fill rates by Frequency Band: 2004-2009  Forecast of Transponder Demand by Frequency Band: 2005-2019  Market Share of Satellite Operators for Revenues and  Forecast of Transponder Supply by Frequency Band: 2005-2019 Transponders Leased in 2009  Forecast of Transponder Supply and Demand in the Region: 2005-  Forecast of Transponder Demand by Service: 2005-2019 2019 www.euroconsult-ec.com
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