Maritime Satcom: The Makings of an FPA Case Study

Flat panel antennas have great potential to expand the satcom addressable market but remain one of the least developed aspects of the industry. Despite high demand for low-profile solutions for certain applications, and several hundred million dollars of R&D spent to date without much results, FPAs are still struggling to carve their niche. Some verticals,.

Energy Satcom Markets Facing Slow Return to Growth

NSR Report Finds Energy Satcom to Reach $1.6 Billion by 2027    Cambridge, MA – April 25, 2018 – NSR’s Energy Markets via Satellite, 7th Edition report, released today, forecasts the major energy markets to yield nearly $1.6 Billion in Retail Revenues by 2027, up from $900M today.  Requiring 80 transponders of FSS capacity and.

Satellite Backhaul Going Mainstream?

New NSR Report Finds Satellite Capacity Demand Positioned to Skyrocket by 2027 as LTE Networks Proliferate    Cambridge, MA – April 4, 2018 – NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 12th Edition report, released today, forecasts annual satellite capacity revenues reaching $4 billion by 2027, serving over 3 Tbps of demand. Mobile Backhaul captures the greatest.

No Pain, No Gain: Activating Demand Elasticity

The state of play is clear: satellite capacity pricing continues to fall at an accelerated pace, and satellite operators are unable to generate sufficient additional demand, leading to revenue declines. Upcoming larger GEO-HTS systems, NGSO constellations and simply put, technology evolution, will continue driving prices down. In this context, (when) will demand elasticity reverse this.

State of the Satellite Industry – The NSR FSS Index

Much has been commented about the current state of the industry: capacity oversupply, declining capacity prices, a shift to service businesses to strengthen top-line revenue, partnerships with end-customers, and consolidation necessity to future-proof. After a careful study of the past few years, it is certain that most trends are true – reflecting operator strategies as.