SatNews: NSR Publishes Government + Military SATCOM Demand Analysis + Report

NSR’s newly released Government and Military Satellite Communications, 18th Edition report finds that despite COVID-19, troop drawdowns in the Middle East and ongoing pricing compression, demand for connectivity will continue to grow in the long term. At more than $6.6 billion in revenue in 2020 – the market was at the tail end of its growth.

GlobeNewsWire: NSR Report: Government and Military SATCOM Demand Persists Despite Changing Operational Paradigm

NSR’s newly released Government and Military Satellite Communications, 18th Edition report finds that despite COVID-19, troop drawdowns in the Middle East and ongoing pricing compression, demand for connectivity will continue to grow in the long term. At over $6.6B in revenue in 2020 – the market was at the tail end of its growth phase and is now.

Satellite Evolution: NSR report: Government and military SATCOM demand persists despite changing operational paradigm

NSR’s newly released Government and Military Satellite Communications, 18th Edition report finds that despite COVID-19, troop drawdowns in the Middle East and ongoing pricing compression, demand for connectivity will continue to grow in the long term. At over US$6.6 billion in revenue in 2020 – the market was at the tail end of its growth.

Street Insider: NSR Report: Government and Military SATCOM Demand Persists Despite Changing Operational Paradigm

NSR’s newly released Government and Military Satellite Communications, 18th Edition report finds that despite COVID-19, troop drawdowns in the Middle East and ongoing pricing compression, demand for connectivity will continue to grow in the long term. At over $6.6B in revenue in 2020 – the market was at the tail end of its growth phase and is now.

NSR Report: Government and Military SATCOM Demand Persists Despite Changing Operational Paradigm

Troop Drawdown in Middle East Just One Factor Influencing Market Outlook Cambridge, MA November 10th, 2021 – NSR’s newly released Government and Military Satellite Communications, 18th Edition report finds that despite COVID-19, troop drawdowns in the Middle East and ongoing pricing compression, demand for connectivity will continue to grow in the long term. At over.