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April 7, 2021

BollyInside: Satellite capacity prices stabilize, but LEO and VHTS competition looming points to renewed pressure

“While contract renegotiations took place across the satcom value chain to address a black-swan drop in demand, unit pricing nears stabilization across several sectors, as forecasted by NSR in previous editions of this report,” states Carlos Placido, NSR Senior Analyst and report author In BollyInside article: Satellite capacity prices stabilize, but LEO and VHTS competition.

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March 29, 2021

Street Insider: NSR Report: Space Investments in 2020 Hit $7.7B in Record Year

NSR’s Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition report (ESIA3) released today, shows $7.7 billion in funding was raised in 2020 alone, bringing the total since 2000 to nearly $36 B. “2020 was definitely a record year for space investment, with M&As, exits, and new rounds closing as we witnessed more enthusiasm and optimism in the prospect for the.

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March 24, 2021

MarketScale: Why Space Tourism May be a Reality Sooner Rather Than Later

Principal Analyst for Northern Sky Research, Dallas Kasaboski says, “Based on the ticket prices that we’ve seen today, the pace of development that we see and the supplies that NASA projects that the revenue sizing represents a $14 billion cumulative opportunity, assuming that launches start within the next one or two years and continuing through 2028.” “If.

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March 23, 2021

ViaSatellite: How Software-Defined Satellites Will Shape Communications

In Via Satellite’s article, NSR Senior Analyst Carlos Placido discusses the move towards a software-defined era of satellites. “With the cost of launching satellites going down via reusable rockets, you need manufacturing costs to go down via mass production of generic satellites,” explains NSR analyst Carlos Placido. “As in terrestrial networks, hardware is becoming software.

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