One opportunity that 5G NR also opens up is the ability to connect from the ground to 5G-capable satellites. Lluc Palerm, Northern Sky Research analyst, told eeTimes that “that’s going to be very big, in the sense that it’s going to open a huge additional market for the satellite industry.” This will open up interesting applications in the.
Jose del Rosario, research director of satellite and space consultancy firm Northern Sky Research, said during a briefing on Wednesday that satellites could bridge the digital divide since they could reach far-flung areas where current infrastructures could not. “What the pandemic has done is that it enabled us to reach a level of usage that.
SES S.A., a Luxembourg-based satellite communications services provider, said on Wednesday that it will bring more advanced satellite technology to the Philippines next year to aid the country’s digitalization efforts. In Southeast Asia, the Philippines has the second-highest number of internet users at 79 million next to Indonesia’s 171.2 million, Jose del Rosario, research director.
Over the past seven years, satellite capacity pricing has maintained a year-on-year downward spiral, primarily driven by the imbalance in supply-demand dynamics and the transition to High Throughput Satellites (HTS) with better unit economies. However, since 2020, with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, satellite capacity pricing negotiations have become increasingly intricate as service providers.
Northern Sky Research (NSR) says that some 33,000 satellites will be manufactured and launched over the next 10 years, primarily driven by non-geostationary constellations. NSR’s Global Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Markets, 12th Edition reports forecasts the global satellite manufacturing and launch market is positioned to generate $633 billion (€602.4bn) through the next decade. Primarily driven by non-GEO.