Alan Crisp, NSR senior analyst specializing in M2M and IoT via satellite, noted that today, satellite operators and service providers are torn between proprietary solutions and broader standards. This is evidenced in the satellite IoT ecosystem. “At the moment there still is an issue of how efficient these NTN standards are for satellite, especially when.
This past June SpaceX’s Starlink competitor OneWeb, in partnership with Speedcast, entered the maritime market. As LEO broadband connectivity is a new market, the key factors that end-users value have yet to be solidified. Nevertheless, both Committed Information Rate (CIR) and the Service Level Agreement (SLA) alongside CAPEX and OPEX will determine the “winner”. Ultimately,.
The emergence of maritime 4.0 in tandem with the fourth industrial revolution underscores the objective of leveraging maritime data to improve operational and financial metrics. For mariners their objective is to minimize the CAPEX and OPEX through digitalization of operations. Satellite operators and service providers can aid this effort by increasing bandwidth per vessel. While.
Conversations around a possible combination between Intelsat and SES have ceased after months in deal talks. While the Satcom industry will grow at 12.5% in the next 10 years (NSR SCSD20 report), increasing pressure from new entrants like Starlink, OneWeb and Kuiper may force both companies back to the negotiating table. Do Intelsat and SES.
In the digital age, fair access to dependable broadband services remains a pressing concern, particularly in rural and low-density areas. High-Altitude Platforms (HAPs) appear as a potential options as telecom providers attempt to overcome the digital divide. But how should these businesses choose which solution is the best? NSR’s High Altitude Platform, 5th Edition report.