Redirected to subject matter Research Director – original author no longer with NSR Satcom markets have traditionally been defined through DTH and remote connectivity use cases, along with an oligopolistic value chain and an upstream B2B lease market where-in the EBITDA margins of satellite operators can be the envy of many markets. The past.
Growth Driven by Explosion in Mobility and Consumer/VSAT Broadband Segments Cambridge, MA – August 21, 2017 – NSR’s Commercial Satellite Ground Segment, 2nd Edition (CSGS2), released tomorrow, forecasts 2016-2026 cumulative global revenues for Commercial Satellite Ground Equipment to surpass $158 billion. Satellite TV continues to be the largest segment by shipments and revenues. Consequently,.
Just how many dollars are down the maritime VSAT Value Chain? The talk amongst nearly every facet of the maritime VSAT market are satellite operators moving closer and closer to selling directly to the end-user – and there are some very visible moves to that effect from players outside the traditionally called-out Inmarsat. Looking at.
Redirected to subject matter Research Director – original author no longer with NSR The phrase high throughput satellite can at times understate the extent to which HTS technology is indeed a great leap forward for satcom. Traditional FSS wide-beam satellites have tended to see a capacity of around 20-50x 36 MHz transponder equivalents (TPEs), which.
Redirected to subject matter Research Director – original author no longer with NSR The polar regions have for good reason historically attracted a very small amount of investment from satellite operators and service providers. As NSR examines in its Polar Satellite Markets, 2nd Edition (PSM2), the majority of capacity over the Polar regions has.