NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition report, released today, forecasts $25 billion in annual revenue in 2030 for satellite backhaul, propelled by explosive connectivity demand worldwide and post-COVID-19 recovery in the near term. On this potential, “New business models like Managed Services and Network-as-a-Service are key to make satellite easier to adopt by MNOs,” states NSR..
Northrop Grumman ‘s spacecraft docked successfully with an active Intelsat satellite to provide service and extend its life. Northern Sky Research, a satellite consulting firm, estimates that the market for satellite servicing and life extensions is a $3.2 billion opportunity over the next decade. The firm forecasts that there is demand for servicing upward of.
NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition discussed in reference to satellite backhaul costs. Earlier this week, NSR noted in a press release the satellite backhaul industry is “just scratching the surface of the addressable market,” with around 470 Gbps of traffic carried via this medium out of a total addressable market of 22 Tbps. By.
NSR discusses how Satellite is poised to join 5G Network Topology. [They] explained how companies like Iridium and Inmarsat are particularly interested in the prospect of NTN in Release 17 because they hold spectrum between 1.5GHz and 2.5GHz – in the so-called L-band and S-band – that could be added to existing 5G networks.
NSR discussed whether the time for optical SATCOM is much closer than ever before realized. Commercially, today the market is in the process of customer trials, with equipment manufacturers dedicating intensive capital resources toward their production lines to meet the oncoming constellation and UAS demand. Within five years, a greater supply of space-verified and competitive.