The mining industry, which has so far remained the smallest addressable market for the energy satcom providers, is gradually morphing into a growth opportunity for satellite connectivity. On the heels of the last commodities downswing, globally diversified miners are focused on increasing productivity and maximizing the value of their existing assets, while newer mining juniors.
The approved merger of AT&T and Time Warner is an interesting and multi-faceted case to analyze because it is not just shaped by converging trends modulating telecoms, media and Internet businesses but also by an evolving regulatory framework, telecom-Internet players’ power balance and even U.S. politics. The sheer size of the merger raises eyebrows but.
Via Satellite Article by NSR Senior Analyst Carolyn Belle As fiscal year 2017 financials trickled in, it was clear that the impact of a changing market and pricing declines continues to hit the bottom line of commercial satellite operators. Operators are being forced to re-evaluate decisions on multiple levels; from which applications to target, partners.
According to Northern Sky Research (NSR), the commercial ground segment market will grow from $5.6 billion in 2016 to $11.5 billion in 2025, generating more than $100 billion in revenue (7 percent CAGR). High Throughput Satellite (HTS) is the key driver for this growth, opening up a wealth of opportunities for this sector. How can teleport operators.
Claude Rousseau, NSR Research Director and report author, said: “Many airlines are still unsure of what they receive when they install IFC on their planes. “They aim to know exactly what passengers receive and not just what the network can deliver. “To get there, service providers, who are still not profiting from the IFC boom,.