Consumer Broadband has emerged as a “killer app” for the satellite industry with millions of subscribers to be added around the globe in the coming years. Much criticism has been posed over the sustainability of the model and how mobile operators might turn to be a major threat given its competing broadband products. However, the.
The satellite industry is innovating at an extraordinary pace with satellites hosting orders of magnitude more capacity each generation and at much lower bandwidth prices. This is certainly opening new opportunities but, at the end of the day, it is not bandwidth that matters but what can be done with that connectivity. VSAT platforms, and.
Global Fixed VSAT and Consumer Broadband to Generate $72 Billion in Cumulative Capacity Revenues over Next Decade Cambridge, MA – November 15, 2017 – NSR’s VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets 16th Edition report found an industry primed for growth again after several challenging years. NSR forecasts the entire installed base for fixed VSATs to.
Satellite imagery has traditionally been sold by the scene. Customers would look at certain criteria, and satellite operators would match their request with available archived or tasked images. Sales cycles were long, and the focus was on the quality and the resolution of the data. However, increasing supply, and pressure from downstream services are prompting.