Mega-constellations are taking center stage in a pivotal time for high-speed satcom, but business-case and architectural facets will drive the multi-orbit, multi-band satellite paradigm. It is thus worth diving into the facts using NSR’s Non-GEO Constellations Analysis Toolkit 2.0 (NCAT2) to infer how LEOs may best interplay with well-established GEOs. Today’s fast-paced environment brings unprecedented.
Satcom constellations beaming tens of Tbps are impacting the space sector and the broader telecom industry. Yet, when running demand-supply simulations on fixed-broadband and mobility datasets using NSR’s Non-GEO Constellations Analysis Toolkit 2.0 (NCAT2), it becomes clear that, while the amount of IP bandwidth produced is enormous, not all is usable or sufficient. Two key.
Today NSR launched Version 2.0 of its industry leading Non-GEO Constellations Analysis Toolkit 2.0 (NCAT2), expanding its comprehensive analytical toolset benchmarking LEO and MEO constellations. Version 2.0 doubles input and output data tables to 56 sub-constellations and increases available tools to 15, including a granular assessment of fixed-data and mobility applications.
Today in 2021, the demand for Internet connectivity in households globally has drastically increased because of COVID-19 and strict lockdown measures. While economic and social activities become more reliant on digital solutions, consumer behaviors toward broadband connectivity have also changed. More satellite constellations are being launched than ever before, and a rapidly changing environment for.
[NSR] shares insights from [their] recently published, VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets – 19th Edition report. “The Non-GEO Satcom market is transitioning from the speculation phase to the affirmation phase given the ongoing industry developments and new contracts. 2021 & 2022 will be key as the segment progresses towards service rollouts in the larger opportunity.