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June 23, 2022

Business World: SES satellites with ‘fiber-like speeds’ will be in PHL next year

SES S.A., a Luxembourg-based satellite communications services provider, said on Wednesday that it will bring more advanced satellite technology to the Philippines next year to aid the country’s digitalization efforts. In Southeast Asia, the Philippines has the second-highest number of internet users at 79 million next to Indonesia’s 171.2 million, Jose del Rosario, research director.

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SAE Media Group’s 24th Annual Global MilSatCom Conference & Exhibition Returns in November

Focus Day: 7 November 2022 | London, UK Conference: 8 – 10 November 2022 | The QE II Conference Centre, London UK http://www.globalmilsatcom.com/PR1NSR Lead Sponsor: AIRBUS Silver Sponsor: EUTELSAT Sponsors: Boeing, GovSat, Hughes, Inmarsat, Isotropic Systems, Kratos, L3 Harris Technologies, Leonardo DRS, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman, OneWeb, Ovzon, ST Engineering iDirect, Telesat, Thales, ViaSat, Virgin.

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June 22, 2022

Advanced Television: Forecast: Satellite building & launches worth $633bn by 2031

Northern Sky Research (NSR) says that some 33,000 satellites will be manufactured and launched over the next 10 years, primarily driven by non-geostationary constellations. NSR’s Global Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Markets, 12th Edition reports forecasts the global satellite manufacturing and launch market is positioned to generate $633 billion (€602.4bn) through the next decade. Primarily driven by non-GEO.

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June 21, 2022

Satellite Markets: NSR’s Global Satellite Manufacturing & Launch Report Projects US$ 633 Billion Market by 2031

NSR’s Global Satellite Manufacturing and Launch Markets, 12th Edition sees global satellite manufacturing and launch market positioned to generate $633B through the next decade. Primarily driven by non-GEO constellations, 33,000+ satellites are projected to be manufactured and launched by 2031.  With over 150 satellite constellations in various phases of funding and development, this segment is critical to the.

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Bloomberg: Satellite Growth causes Dust-up with Rival Viasat (VSAT)

Viasat provided consumer broad services to about 590,000 US subscribers last year; Space Exploration Technologies Corp. says it has launched about 2,500 first-generation satellites in its Starlink fleet and serves almost 500,00 subscribers worldwide. The global market could be $30 Billion by 2030, compared to $12 Billion today, according to Northern Sky Research.

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