Historically, Government & Military satcom markets have suffered from terminal troubles – too costly for AEHF, delayed for MUOS, a mismatch between terminal and frequency/network capabilities, etc. The list is as extensive as the terminal inventory of the U.S. Government, which is stated to be in the tens of thousands. Quite simply, the terminal trouble.
MILSATCOM or COMSATCOM has been one of the most contentious debates in the Gov & Mil Markets over the past five years. On the surface, the debate is all about the economics of ownership – in the truest definition of economics – including all the opportunity costs associated with MILSATCOM networks. Recent acquisition of 2.
With over $71B in cumulative retail revenues forecasted over the next ten years in our latest view on the market opportunity for Government and Military Satellite Communications, NSR is often asked: Why the Optimism? What has changed? Where is the opportunity (for me)? To start answering those questions, we need to first examine the macro-level.
Strong Growth Outlook Across All Acquisition Styles and Markets with over $71 Billion in Cumulative Revenue Potential Cambridge, MA – October 30, 2018 – NSR’s newly released Government and Military Satellite Communications, 15th Edition report finds a rebounding market entering a growth phase after several years of stagnation. Geopolitics, acquisition reform, and expanded low-cost offerings.