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NSR’s VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets, 19th Edition (VBSM19) is the longest-running and industry leading market analysis of the fixed broadband satellite sector, featuring greater industry resolution by applications, regions, and types of capacity.
The study is analyzed and segmented by considering applications with or without SLAs into two 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 for 2019-2029. The Fixed Enterprise VSAT market is further segmented into Retail/Hospitality, Banking, Social Inclusion, Energy, Mil/Gov, Backhaul & Trunking and “Others” segments, while the Consumer Broadband Market is split into Direct-to-Premises and Hotspot segments.
The study details and covers strategic insights, identifying key growth areas and challenges that can be used as a data-driven decision making tool. The variables that the report analyzes and forecasts across the above segments/subsegments are in-service units, capacity demand, capacity revenue, service revenue, market share, unit shipments, and CPE revenues.
NSR’s VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets, 19th Edition study is based on long-lasting bottom-up methodology and NSR experience in generating forecasts for broadband satellite markets covering more than 19 years. Further, the study is complementary to NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, Energy Markets via Satellite, Government and Military Satellite Communications studies where more detailed analysis of each vertical is provided.
The VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets, 19th Edition (VBSM19) Study is segmented as follows:
The forecast period for all market segments covers ten years, and in this VBSM19 study, the market assessment is done from 2019 to 2029. NSR rigorously tracks public announcements, annual reports, quarterly financial reporting of all the major players across the value chain and has also carried extensive and focused interviews to build base year data (2019), identified COVID-19 impact/trends and infused all the intelligence to formulate forecast data. Additionally, NSR is actively present in major conferences and events in order to assess, discuss and analyze new and emerging market trends with key players in the satellite, terrestrial and cross-pollinating industries.
The report outlines the Enterprise VSAT markets structured in 7 key applications: Retail/Hospitality, Banking, Social Inclusion, Energy, Mil/Gov, Backhaul & Trunking. Similarly, the Consumer Broadband markets is segmented into Direct-to-premises and Hotspots. Forecasts are broken down in 5 regions: NAM, LAM, EU, MEA and Asia.
Companies and Organizations Mentioned in NSR’s VBSM19
Advantech Wireless (Spacebridge), AfricaOnline, Afrique Telecom, Andesat, Apexsat, Arabsat, Atlantique Future Technology, Australian Government, Avanti, Bambu Wireless, Bangladesh Communication Satellite Company, Brazilian Military, Bulgarian Telecommunications Company, Botswana Telecommunication Corporation, Broadband Systems Corporation, Bank BRI, BPCL, Bentley Walker, Burkina Faso, Comtech, Clarus, Centurylink, China Satcom, Connect America, Canadian Government, Dalkom Somalia, DataCo, Eutelsat, Eurona, FCC, Forsway, Gilat, General Services Administration, GlobalSat, Gazprom Space Systems, Global Invacom, GPE, Global Technologies, Globecomm, Hughes, Hispasat, Hispamar, HPCL, iDirect/Newtec/ST Engineering, Intelisys, Intelsat, Internet Solutions, IPSTAR, IOCL, JSAT, Kacific, Logical Wireless, LCS Group, MainOne, mu Space, Masmovil Group, MLNA, mgi Global Services Limited, Measat, NigComSat, NuRAN Wireless, NBN Co., Oklahoma Office of Management and Enterprise Services, Orbith, OneWeb, Paratus, PSN, Q-Kon, Quika, Rignet, RSCC, Servicio Satelital, Speedcast, Spacecom, SES, Sasol Oil & Gas, SpaceX, Sonali Bank, SatCoNet, Telesat, Telecom Consulting Group, TBI, Thaicom, Telebras, TV Isla, Talia, Tanaza, TierOne, UHP, Universal Satcom, ViaSat, Visiontec, Xplorenet and Yahsat.
Introduction and Review
Annex – Methodology