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Telesat to detail supplier contracts for LEO constellation this year

Briefs | 08/01/2019 7:09 pm EDT

A week after Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains announced an $85-million investment and a memorandum of understanding that tips as much as $600 million in federal government investments over the next 10 years into its low-earth orbit satellite [LEOS] division, Telesat Holdings Inc. is poised to make a “very disruptive offering” in the wireless broadband market, according to CEO Dan Goldberg. 

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