Satellite Communications

VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets, 16th Edition

PUBLISHED: November 2017

Available Licenses: Standard: $4,295 Enterprise: $8,295

  • Report Summary
  • Key Features
  • Table of Contents
  • Supporting Articles

NSR’s VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets, 16th Edition is the longest-running industry analysis of the fixed broadband satellite sector, including all key markets, verticals and regions.  

The study is structured in 2 key segments:

The study covers the global installed base of sites and subscribers broken down by 5 regions, forecasts capacity demand, assesses capacity and service revenues as well as CPE shipments and revenues. This edition offers the deepest detailed analysis for Fixed Enterprise VSAT verticals, breaking down all key metrics in 7 different applications.

The report also analyzes capacity revenue trends in this challenging time for pricing, equipment vendor market share and Consumer Broadband addressable markets. Now standard in NSR’s report, capacity and equipment forecasts are structured into FSS-C, -Ku and -Ka band, GEO-HTS-C, -Ku and -Ka band and non-GEO-HTS. Strategic insights on markets and verticals key to capturing growth in the current transformational times are core elements of this study.

 

Companies and Organizations mentioned in NSR’s VBSM16: Intelsat, SES, Eutelsat, Telesat, OneWeb, SpaceX, O3b, LeoSat, Echostar, ViaSat, Hispasat, Star One, Avanti Communications, RSCC, Gazprom Space Systems, Spacecom, ArabSat, YahSat, ABS, AsiaSat, Thaicom, Antrix / ISRO, MEASAT, NBN, Claro, Kacific, Hughes, Gilat, iDirect, Newtec, Comtech, UHP, Speedcast, Telefonica, Marlink, Globecomm, Xplorenet, Big Blu Broadbanbig, RuSat, ELARA, Axesat, Arqiva, Telespazio, Metrasat, Talia, Orange, and Eurona.

NSR’s VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets, 16th Edition study relies on NSR’s long-lasting methodology and experience in generating its forecasts for broadband satellite markets. NSR conducted interviews with players across the entire value chain; global and multiple regional players are included in this process. Further, the study is complementary to NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via SatelliteEnergy Markets via Satellite, Government and Military Satellite Communications studies where more detailed analysis of each vertical is provided. 

The NSR Difference

NSR has consistently stayed ahead of the curve by anticipating market dynamics in the satellite industry. In this time of profound transformation, NSR is the most trustful partner to shape the vision of the Fixed VSAT and Consumer Broadband markets. This unbiased report, which builds upon market needs that include application requirements, traffic trends, cost structures and other market-driven elements, serves as an opportunity roadmap for future strategic decisions.

The report continues to provide an honest assessment of market fit in terms of scrutinizing the value proposition of market players, where the reader is able to navigate various market segments, regions and platform choices in this promising but risky business landscape.

1. Global Fixed VSAT and Consumer Broadband Markets Overview
1.1 Introduction and Review
1.2 Definitions
1.2.1 Market Segments
1.2.2 Market Forecast
1.2.3 Regional Definitions
1.2.4 Acronyms
1.3 Global Figures
1.3.1 Active Sites
1.3.2 Capacity Demand and Revenues
1.3.3 Service Revenues
1.3.4 CPE Shipments and Revenues

2. Fixed Enterprise VSAT
2.1 At a Glance
2.2 Scope and Definitions
2.3 Major Market Trends and Global Figures
2.3.1 General Overview
2.3.2 Capacity Demand
2.3.3 Capacity Pricing and Revenues
2.3.4 Service Revenues
2.3.5 CPE Trends
2.3.6 CPE Market Share
2.3.7 Bottom Line
2.4 Capturing Growth – Case Studies
2.4.1 Contracting Value-Chain
2.4.2 Demand Elasticity – Cellular Backhaul
2.5 Regional Breakdown
2.5.1 North America
2.5.2 Latin America
2.5.3 Europe
2.5.4 Middle East and Africa
2.5.6 Asia
2.6 Comparison with Previous Edition

3. Consumer Broadband
3.1 At a Glance
3.2 Scope and Definitions
3.3 Major Market Trends and Global Figures
3.3.1 Subscribers
3.3.2 Capacity Demand
3.3.3 Capacity Pricing and Revenues
3.3.4 Service Revenues
3.3.5 Service Providers Market Share
3.3.6 CPE Shipments and Revenues
3.3.7 CPE Market Share
3.3.8 Addressable Market
3.3.9 Bottom Line
3.4 Capturing Growth – Case Studies
3.4.1 MNOs, Friend or Foe?
3.5 Regional Breakdown
3.5.1 North America
3.5.2 Latin America
3.5.3 Europe
3.5.4 Middle East and Africa
3.5.5 Asia
3.6 Comparison with Previous Edition

Annex: Methodology and Assumptions

List of Exhibits

E-1. VSAT Installed Base
E-2. Service Revenues by Region
E-3. Contribution to Net Service Revenue Growth by Application
E-4. Global Capacity Demand
E-5. Capacity Revenues by Region
E-6. Cumulative Capacity Revenues by Application ($M)
E-7. CPE Shipments
E-8. Cumulative CPE Revenues by Region
E-9. CPE Revenues by Application

1.3-1. Enterprise VSAT Active Sites by Region
1.3-2. Consumer Broadband Subscribers by Region
1.3-3. Global Capacity Demand
1.3-4. Global Capacity Revenues by Application
1.3-5. Global Service Revenues by Region
1.3-6. Global Service Revenues by Application
1.3-7. Global CPE Revenues by Region
1.3-8. Global CPE Revenues by Application

2.3-1. Active Sites by Frequency
2.3-2. Global Active Sites by Region
2.3-3. Global Capacity Demand
2.3-4. Global Capacity Revenues
2.3-5. Global Net Growth 2016-2026 Capacity Revenues by Application
2.3-6. Global Capacity Revenues by Region
2.3-7. Global Service Revenues by Application
2.3-8. Global Shipments
2.3-9. Global CPE Revenues
2.3-10. Global Cumulative CPE Revenues by Region
2.3-11. 2016 Fixed Enterprise VSAT Shipments Market Share
2.3-12. 2016 Fixed Enterprise VSAT Revenues Market Share
2.4-1. Satellite vs. Terrestrial Options for Wireless Backhaul Customers
2.4-2. Traffic Distribution Between Cells
2.5.1-1. NAM Active Sites by Frequency
2.5.1-2. NAM Active Sites by Application
2.5.1-3. NAM Capacity Demand
2.5.1-4. NAM Capacity Revenues by Frequency
2.5.1-5. NAM Service Revenues by Application
2.5.1-6. NAM CPE Revenues by Frequency
2.5.2-1. LAM Active Sites by Frequency
2.5.2-2. LAM Active Sites by Application
2.5.2-3. LAM Social Inclusion Active Sites
2.5.2-4. LAM Backhaul & Trunking Active Sites
2.5.2-5. LAM Capacity Demand
2.5.2-6. LAM Capacity Revenues by Frequency
2.5.2-7. LAM Service Revenues by Application
2.5.2-8. LAM CPE Revenues by Application
2.5.3-1. EU Active Sites by Frequency
2.5.3-2. EU Active Sites by Application
2.5.3-3. EU Capacity Demand
2.5.3-4. EU Capacity Revenues by Frequency
2.5.3-5. EU Service Revenues by Application
2.5.3-6. EU CPE Revenues by Frequency
2.5.4-1. MEA Active Sites by Frequency
2.5.4-2. MEA Active Sites by Application
2.5.4-3. MEA Capacity Demand
2.5.4-4. MEA Capacity Revenues by Frequency
2.5.4-5. MEA Service Revenues by Application
2.5.4-6. MEA CPE Revenues by Frequency
2.5.5-1. ASIA Active Sites by Frequency
2.5.5-2. ASIA Active Sites by Application
2.5.5-3. ASIA Backhaul & Trunking Capacity Revenues
2.5.5-4. ASIA Capacity Demand
2.5.5-5. ASIA Capacity Revenues by Frequency
2.5.5-6. ASIA Service Revenues by Application
2.5.5-7. ASIA CPE Revenues by Application
2.6-1 Comparison with previous edition

3.3-1. Global Active Subscribers by Region
3.3-2. Global Capacity Demand
3.3-3. Global Capacity Revenues by Frequency
3.3-4. Global Service Revenues by Region
3.3-5. Global Broadband Access Market Share (2016)
3.3-6. Global CPE Revenues
3.3-7. Global Broadband Access Market Share Modem Vendors
3.3-8. Global Addressable Market by Region

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