NSR in the News

October 10, 2018

Newtec achieves flawless communication with Telesat’s first LEO satellite

NSR quoted in SatelliteProMe.Com article – According to Northern Sky Research (NSR), wholesale operator revenue from non-geostationary constellations, such as Telesat LEO, is expected to post a compound annual growth rate of over 40% during the next decade. The benefits of non-geostationary satellites include very high-throughput, service reliability, cost-effectiveness, low latency and overall superior broadband performance.

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October 8, 2018

Newtec’s Modems are the First to be Successfully Tested on Telesat’s LEO Satellite

NSR quoted in SatNews Daily – According to Northern Sky Research (NSR), wholesale operator revenue from non-geostationary constellations, such as Telesat LEO, is expected to post a compound annual growth rate of over 40% during the next decade. The benefits of non-geostationary satellites include very high-throughput, service reliability, cost-effectiveness, low latency and overall superior broadband performance.

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October 3, 2018

Nanosatellite companies extend IoT connectivity

NSR Senior Analyst, Alan Crisp quoted in TechTarget IoTAgenda article: What does space-based IoT connectivity bring to the table? Nanosatellites are much smaller and less expensive than large satellites, so they can deliver “significantly lower costs and much smaller terminals, which can be integrated into a significantly greater number of devices — by an order.

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October 1, 2018

The State of Play in Maritime Satcom

NSR Senior Analyst, Bradford Grady’s article in the Digital Ship October 2018 Magazine While satcom revenues continue to rise, the potential entry into the satellite sector of a range of new players is likely to have a significant impact on the market for vessel connectivity in the near future, writes Brad Grady, NSR

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