BUENOS AIRES — Satellite internet service provider Orbith SA of Argentina is one of several regional satellite service providers that are doubling down on their investments in the face of market incursion by SpaceX Starlink in addition to the global satellite fleet operators.

Orbith uses nine HTS beams — one from Hispasat’s Amazonas 3 and eight from SES’s SES-17 — and in 2023 signed an agreement with micro-GEO satellite builder Astranis. Orbith will now lease all the capacity on an Astranis GEO-orbit satellite to be launched over . . .

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