Following more than 20 years of research, NSR’s industry-first report, Quantum Communications via Satellite (QCvS), analyzes global growth in quantum-related activities enabled by satellites, focusing on communications. This sector of emerging space technology, quantum communications via satellite, is drawing attention from all corners of the globe as it progresses rapidly and begins to be adapted for a variety of applications. NSR’s QCvS provides insight into the recent developments in the market, and which trends and drivers will impact it in the future.
NSR’s QCvS dissects how concepts such as quantum security, quantum key distribution (QKD), and other applications are driving the progression to quantum-secured satellite connectivity. NSR’s Quantum Communications via Satellite also identifies supporting technologies and summarizes use-cases related to potential services, while presenting forecasts on orders, launches, and service revenues derived from quantum communication satellites, uncovering long term and short term market opportunities.
QCvS leverages NSR’s leading market research in satellite communications and optical satcom to clearly evaluate the deployment of quantum communications in satellite markets and the funding available, as well as it’s impact and changes in the communications value chain, leading to newer business models.
NSR’s Quantum Communications via Satellite report provides an in-depth study of emerging quantum-related trends impacting the satellite industry, and helps readers assess the various market components and includes the following elements:
NSR’s Quantum Communications via Satellite (QCvS) report provides the industry’s first and only comprehensive analysis of this rapidly developing sector. Leveraging NSR’s decades-long research into the satellite communications industry, and research into emerging space markets, this report offers business- critical insight into the expected quantum communication via satellite orders, launches, service revenues, players, and verticals set to shape activity on and around the quantum communications domain through the next ten years. Furthermore, the report presents regional activities related to quantum communications via satellite, as well as technologies that will impact quantum via satellite services.
ABN AMRO, AT&T, AWS, AegiQ, Airbus, Alibaba Group, Aliro Quantum, Arqit, Atos, British Telecom, Batelle, Boeing, C5 Accelerate, Canadian Space Agency (CSA), China Aerospace Science and Technology Corporation (CASC),China Academy of Space Technology (CAST), Cambridge Quantum Computing, Commstar, Craft Prospect, Deutsches Zentrum für Luft- und Raumfah (DLR), Delft Circuits, Deutsche Telekom, European Space Agency (ESA), Eutelsat, Golden Gate Ventures, Google, Hamamatsu, Honeywell, Huawei, IBM, IDQuantique, Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO), Inmarsat, Intelsat, IonQ, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA), KETS, Keysight Technologies, Leonardo, Ligentec, Loft Orbital, mBryonics, Microsoft, Miraex, Mitsubishi Electric, NASA, Notion, Nokia Bell Labs, Northrop Grumman, Nu Quantum, Q-CTRL, QTL, Qeynet, QuSecure, Quantonation, Quantum Ventures, Quantum CTek, Quantum Delta NL, QuantumXchange, Qunnect, SES, SGInnovate, SK Telecom, Shasta Ventures, Silc Technologies, Singtel, Space Capital, SpeQtral, Sumitomo Corporation, Techstars Space Accelerator, Telefonica, Tencent, Thales Alenia Space, The Aerospace Corporation, Toptica Photonics, Toshiba, UK Research and Innovation, and Xairos.