With Satellite Backhaul continuously playing a bigger role and MNOs now willing to outsource bigger portions of their rural assets, ‘Network-as-a-Service’ business models are thriving. In fact, according to NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 16th Edition report, the service revenues derived from Satellite Backhaul will approach $30 Billion per year by 2031, an opportunity that.
Backhaul is one of the key growth engines for the Satcom Industry. A large portion of satellite capacity coming online in the next few years is purposely designed for Backhaul and, despite COVID-19, the segment continued to show major contract wins. But how big is the market, and for how long can this growth trajectory.
NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition discussed in reference to satellite backhaul costs. Earlier this week, NSR noted in a press release the satellite backhaul industry is “just scratching the surface of the addressable market,” with around 470 Gbps of traffic carried via this medium out of a total addressable market of 22 Tbps. By.
NSR discusses how Satellite is poised to join 5G Network Topology. [They] explained how companies like Iridium and Inmarsat are particularly interested in the prospect of NTN in Release 17 because they hold spectrum between 1.5GHz and 2.5GHz – in the so-called L-band and S-band – that could be added to existing 5G networks.
COVID-19 Recovery, Managed Services and Network-as-a-Service Business Models Help Industry Target 22 Tbps Addressable Market Cambridge, MA – April 12, 2020 – NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition report, released today, forecasts $25 billion in annual revenue in 2030 for satellite backhaul, propelled by explosive connectivity demand worldwide and post-COVID-19 recovery in the near.