This past June SpaceX’s Starlink competitor OneWeb, in partnership with Speedcast, entered the maritime market. As LEO broadband connectivity is a new market, the key factors that end-users value have yet to be solidified. Nevertheless, both Committed Information Rate (CIR) and the Service Level Agreement (SLA) alongside CAPEX and OPEX will determine the “winner”. Ultimately,.
There should be little doubt that ocean cruise ships, ferries, and river ships require a lot of bandwidth. NSR projects that the average passenger ship will increase from an average of 32 Mbps per vessel in 2021 to upwards of 364 Mbps on average of throughput demand by 2031 in its latest Maritime SATCOM Markets,.
Broadband-Quality Connectivity is on the Rise Across the Maritime SATCOM Markets, with Constellations Supplying 60% of All Maritime SATCOM Bandwidth Demand Cambridge, MA – July 01, 2022 – NSR’s Maritime Satcom Markets, 10th Edition report finds Satellite Constellations from the likes of SES mPower, Starlink, OneWeb, Telesat Lightspeed, and more, poised to start a new.
NSR’s SIFA 11 Study Saw Revenue Contraction in 2020, but C-band Proceeds, Consumer Broadband, Backhaul, and Government Services to Drive Top Line Revenue Growth Cambridge, MA – November 3, 2021 – NSR’s Satellite Industry Financial Analysis, 11th Edition report, launched today, projects the global satcom industry contracted by 2.3% in FY2020 to USD $13.4B. While continuing sector trends such as a weakening DTH sector and COVID-19 impacts on aeronautical and maritime markets drove declines, enhanced revenue from spectrum leases, consumer broadband, backhaul and government.
Beyond the Uptake of Non-GEO HTS Services, a Clear Shift from FSS to GEO-HTS is Underway Cambridge, MA -July 19, 2021 – NSR’s Maritime SATCOM Markets, 9th Edition report finds on-going challenges in some segments of the Maritime SATCOM Markets through 2022. While 2020 and 2021 continue to feel the impacts of COVID-19 in segments.