A surge of NewSpace startups and traditional companies alike have leveraged cloud services to reduce lead time and grow revenues across the space industry. According to NSR’s Cloud Computing via Satellite, 2nd Edition report, Communications and Earth Observation are identified as the biggest opportunities in this market. Together they account for $18B of the projected.
Cloud Computing via Satellite Adoption Triggers Multi-Segment Transformation. It is expected to bring 233 Exabytes of Traffic by 2030. 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,.
Demand is Developing explains NSR. NSR’s Optical Satcom Markets, 3rd Edition report, recently published, forecasts more than 10,000 optical laser terminals will be launched into orbit over the coming decade. Revenues in this market are driven primarily by the expected demand from various constellations, requiring a large number of laser terminals, with many operators citing at.
NSR commenting on market diversification opportunities as SpaceX targets satellite mobility operators with Starlink expansion. “Right now, there really isn’t a high-bandwidth/low latency form factor solution for that market segment that would match the terminal form factor of Starlink,”
With VCs Returning to Business as Usual, Investment in Space Reaches $36 Billion Since Turn of Century Cambridge, MA – NSR’s Emerging Space Investment Analysis, 3rd Edition report (ESIA3) released today, shows $7.7 billion in funding was raised in 2020 alone, bringing the total since 2000 to nearly $36 B. “2020 was definitely a record.