The satellite and space sectors are increasingly converging with the mainstream telecommunications industry. The once-distinct boundaries between terrestrial and satellite networks are disappearing.
Telecommunications companies (telcos) must formulate a satellite strategy if they are to succeed in a market that is projected to reach USD146 billion by 2032.
Our Satellite Strategies for Telcosprogram provides telcos with valuable insights into satellite operators and their groundbreaking solutions and will help telcos to address the areas where they may need assistance in refining their go-to-market approaches.
Key questions answered:
What steps can telcos take to adopt satellite strategies?
How can telcos capture a share of this market?
What are the costs involved?
How big is the revenue opportunity?
Who should telcos choose as partners?
How can telcos meet coverage obligations while balancing costs?
Is satellite complementary or competition to a telco’s business?
Rural broadband: using satellite to extend broadband to meet coverage obligations and reach new subscribers.
Direct-to-device: emerging technologies to connect standard phones everywhere with satellite; enhanced QoS and new revenue.
Telco–satellite strategies: using satellite to differentiate from competition and develop new services in IoT, private networks or mobility.