The “Dishy Dilemma” for Flat Panel Antennas

Today in 2021, the demand for Internet connectivity in households globally has drastically increased because of COVID-19 and strict lockdown measures. While economic and social activities become more reliant on digital solutions, consumer behaviors toward broadband connectivity have also changed. More satellite constellations are being launched than ever before, and a rapidly changing environment for.

Stepping into Bandwidth Demand for Merchant Maritime End-Users

For the better part of the past decade, “Crew Welfare” has been one of the infamous use-cases fuelling the transformation of connectivity in the Merchant Maritime markets. Enabled by the ‘unlimited use’ and consistent monthly bills of VSAT-based services, building out a robust connectivity option for capturing latent crew connectivity requirements was cited as one.

SatNews: NSR Does Flat, Forecasts Nearly $17B for Flat Panel Satellite Antennas Over Next Decade

A very impressive $17B in equipment revenues is anticipated and addressed by NSR’s Flat Panel Satellite Antenna Analysis, 6th Edition report. The report sees over 6M cumulative FPA shipments generating nearly $17B in equipment revenues over the next decade. The growing Non-GEO HTS Consumer Broadband market will yield nearly 5M in shipments alone, driven by the growing.

Shifting Sands of Satcom Capacity Pricing

Historians point out that a common effect of pandemics is the acceleration of trends already underway. This concept may well apply to high-profile satcom players filing for Chapter-11 during 2020, all within a relatively short period of time; a scenario previously foreseen but precipitated by the pandemic. The emergence of LEO mega-constellations also exhibited accelerated.

SatNews: Groundwork For COVID-19 Recovery

[NSR] discusses the Satellite Ground Segment’s COVID-19 recovery in his SatNews article. The Satellite Ground Segment has been one of the hardest-hit steps in the value chain brought about by the pandemic. With many deployments and new deals halted due to lockdowns, equipment could not be shipped, and revenues were not generated. But COVID-19 also.