NSR’s article on Backhaul and 5G opportunities…..Within the connectivity business, backhaul is THE bet that many programs are hinging their success upon. Indeed, the latest NSR report on wireless backhaul forecasts $25 billion in annual revenue in 2030, propelled by explosive connectivity demand worldwide and post-COVID-19 recovery in the near term. The industry is just.
Northern Sky Research (NSR) in its latest analysis of capacity pricing, says that several markets are approaching price stabilisation across regions – if only temporarily. [NSR explained] that the industry’s Mobility applications (namely maritime and aero) that were the “star” performers driving pre-pandemic revenue growth for operators became the ones most adversely impacted by the pandemic.
As enterprise and government actors digitize their systems and processes, they continue to transition to cloud-based services to meet their needs for more storage and data transportation solutions. The characteristics of optical satellite communications include speed and data volume are well placed to meet the needs of those customers with an ever-growing appetite for highly.
Investments in the emerging space economy are on the rise, reaching levels higher than ever before. A significant fraction of the total investments in NewSpace companies is limited to a few at the top across market segments. But there is also a flurry of companies founded in the Launch, Manufacturing and Geospatial Analytics market segments.
Satellite broadband is the one application whose mere existence hinges on pushing the limits of frequency reuse and spectral efficiency. With the proliferation of scalable HTS networks globally, broadband pricing is increasingly becoming –for better or worse– a barometer of regional and local satellite bandwidth pricing trends. Generational leaps in HTS technology modulate market price.