NSR in the News

June 11, 2018

Research says inflight connectivity to generate $37bn in 10 yrs.

Claude Rousseau, NSR Research Director and report author, said: “Many airlines are still unsure of what they receive when they install IFC on their planes. “They aim to know exactly what passengers receive and not just what the network can deliver. “To get there, service providers, who are still not profiting from the IFC boom,.

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June 10, 2018

In-orbit services poised to become big business

Servicing satellites in geosynchronous orbit is a “nascent industry” with significant future potential, said Carolyn Belle, senior analyst at the Cambridge, Massachusetts, research firm Northern Sky Research. Companies are weighing “service-or-replace trade-offs.” In an uncertain business climate, satellite manufacturers and operators are looking for new ways to manage their fleets, and might find life-extension services.

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June 5, 2018

In-flight connectivity to generate $37bn in 10 years – report

According to Northern Sky Research’s (NSR) Aeronautical Satcom Markets, 6th Edition report, this revenue will be driven primarily by new HTS services and greater penetration in all regions of the world. NSR projects that demand will reach almost 295 Gbps of high-throughput satellite (HTS) capacity and more than 92 transponders of FSS Ku-band demand by.

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IFC Revenue Could Double This Year: NSR

Forecasters at Northern Sky Research (NSR) said they expect to see a near-doubling of inflight-connectivity (IFC) revenue and 50% more aircraft with IFC capabilities this year. Moreover, IFC will generate $37 billion in cumulative revenue by 2027, the consultants said as part of unveiling the latest, sixth edition of its Aeronautical Satcom Market report. NSR.

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