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NSR’s Cloud Computing via Satellite analyzes growth in cloud computing activity within the satellite industry worldwide. Whether it is in the use of managed services for satcom or big data applications for downstream geospatial analytics, there is an IT revolution underway in the satellite sector aided by recent technological advances. An overview of the key players and services is presented, as well as an assessment of the current market state. Cloud computing as it relates to the big data markets and the different delivery models is also assessed.
The report provides insight into the “cloudification” of the satellite value chain, with services ranging from cloud-hosted network management applications to downstream data analytics. Satellite operators and service providers are rolling out tighter integration across functions, extending their services to adapt well known cloud-based delivery models for the satellite industry.
As the only report on this sector, it leverages NSR’s leading research into satellite communications, EO and Big Data Analytics markets across a range of verticals. The report evaluates the impact cloud will have in how it changes and expands the value chain, leading to newer business models leveraging inherent advantages it brings: CAPEX/OPEX reduction, scalability and ubiquity. The report evaluates the various service models currently in play/under development, the applications being serviced, key players involved and having a key role in this market, and a quantitative forecast into the current and future market demand and revenues. As digitization of the RF link spreads across all segments, an assessment of cloud-ready capabilities in space and on ground is provided.
NSR’s Cloud Computing via Satellite report provides an in-depth study of emerging cloud-related trends impacting the satellite industry, helps readers assess the various market components and includes the following elements:
Addvalue, Air Asia, Airbus, Alaska Airlines, Amazon, ArabSat, Atlas Space Operations, Bentley, BlackSky Global, BridgeComm, Capella Space, Carnival Cruises, Cloud Constellation, CloudEO, Descartes Labs, Earth-I, Emirates, Eutelsat, Global Eagle, Geely, Globalstar, Gogo, Google, Hughes, IBM, ICEYE, Infostellar, Inmarsat, Intelie, Intelsat, Iridium, JetBlue, Kongsberg, KSAT, KVH Industries, Lufthansa, LyteLoop, Marlink, Maxar, Microsoft, Panasonic, Planet, Princess Cruises, RBC Signals, Resolute Mining, Rezatec, RigNet, RS Metrics, SatSure, SES, SITAONAIR, SouthWest Airlines, Spire, SSC, Taqnia Space, Thales, Transocean, United Airlines, Ursa, ViaSat, Wasabii, and X2nSat.