Although cloud adoption is decreasing the legacy knowledge requirements for engagement, cost scalability remains a challenge. “The wave of both LEO, MEO and GEO-HTS Satcom services triggers long-term cloud adoption and enhance market engagement opportunity, with 233 exabytes of traffic projected,” according to Cloud Computing via Satellite, 2nd Edition (CCvS2).
Cloud Service Delivery via Satellite to Generate $21 Billion and 233 Exabytes of Traffic by 2030 Cambridge, MA – As adoption of cloud computing continues, NSR’s latest report, Cloud Computing via Satellite, 2nd Edition (CCvS2) forecasts $21 billion cumulative cloud services revenues by 2030 across four key market segments. The impending wave of both LEO, MEO.
As enterprise and government actors digitize their systems and processes, they continue to transition to cloud-based services to meet their needs for more storage and data transportation solutions. The characteristics of optical satellite communications include speed and data volume are well placed to meet the needs of those customers with an ever-growing appetite for highly.
NSR’s Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition (ESIA3) provides critical assessment of the movements and trends of global New Space investment over the past two decades. Building upon NSR’s research, supported by diverse private investment, these players have grabbed headlines but also raised many questions…
The U.S. stock market is on its longest bull-run in history, which began in 2009. A decade later Virgin Galactic’s reverse merger with Social Capital Hedosophia raised $800M for the Space Tourism company, signalling the beginning of an extraordinary run in space investment. The significant increase in investment activity for space can partly be explained.