NSR pegs this opportunity at more than $12B in cumulative revenues for India and the rest of South Asia in the next 10 years in its Global Satellite Capacity Supply and Demand, 17th Edition report.
NSR’s latest report, Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 6th Edition (2020) finds capacity pricing declines decelerating in 2020, with the global mean price index declining by ~13% in Q1 2020, in contrast to ~17% in Q1 2019.
Global satcom capacity revenues continue to evolve at low single-digit rates scoring 2% growth last year. Obviously, data is becoming the star for revenue growth and operators with higher exposure to video and legacy FSS capacity are more prone to turbulence. But, in these transformative times in which raw capacity is commoditizing, operators must rethink.
Finding the Right Combination of Packages and Services Continues Subscriber Growth into 2020 Cambridge, MA – November 29, 2011 – NSR’s Global Direct-to-Home (DTH) Markets, 4th Edition study finds the DTH market continues to drive satellite demand and revenue worldwide amidst a troubling economic climate and increasing competition. DTH services utilized 950 Ku-Band 36 MHz Transponder Equivalents.