Significant Upcoming Satellite Capacity Supply Drives Double – Digit ‘Return to Growth’ in the Satellite Ground Segment Cambridge, MA – December 14th, 2021- NSR’s newly released Global Satellite Ground Segment, 6th Edition report, finds strong post COVID-19 return to growth for the Ground Segment, illuminating a massive increase in upcoming satellite capacity supply. With a.
Market to Aggregate $135.3 Billion in Cumulative Revenues through Decade Cambridge, MA – December 9th, 2021- NSR’s newly released VSAT and Broadband Satellite Market, 20th Edition (VBSM20) finds HTS, a major market growth factor, moving the segment from 800 Gbps in 2020 demand to 15 Tbps in 2030. The market will hit cumulative revenues of $135.3 Billion over the next decade, with a significant demand in.
Traffic flow continues to favor “Through Space” flows rather than “from Space” Data Traffic Cambridge, MA – December 6, 2021 – NSR’s newly released Space Traffic Study report finds that the amount of data to/from space will reach more than 500 exabytes of information from 2020 to 2030. Driven by the increasing needs for satellite-based connectivity and Earth.
New Standards Adoption Sets Pace for $22.1B Big Data Market Revenues Through 2030 Cambridge, MA – November 29th, 2021 –NSR’s newly released Big Data Analytics via Satellite, 5th Edition (BDvS5) report sees EO and M2M/IoT Satcom Big Data applications driving Big Data market revenues to over $22.1B through next decade. As value chain evolution ramps up opportunity across the Big Data Market, nascent markets rapidly adapting to new standards propel Big Data adoption across multiple regions. Primarily driven by Earth Observation based Geospatial Analytics solutions, satellite Big Data Analytics annual revenue opportunity will reach $3.7B by 2030. “In the wake.
Troop Drawdown in Middle East Just One Factor Influencing Market Outlook Cambridge, MA November 10th, 2021 – NSR’s newly released Government and Military Satellite Communications, 18th Edition report finds that despite COVID-19, troop drawdowns in the Middle East and ongoing pricing compression, demand for connectivity will continue to grow in the long term. At over.