No wonder that satellite analysis company Northern Sky Research (NSR) believes the industry’s revenues will go down by 7% and will take more than three years to go back to last year’s levels. NSR agrees with OneWeb’s assertion that the fall is the result of the Covid-19 pandemic, “and the recovery won’t be immediate”.
The Starlink constellation is currently made up of over 650 communication satellites orbiting Earth at an altitude of 550 kilometers. By satellite count, such partial deployment already makes SpaceX the world’s largest satellite operator of FSS frequency bands suitable for high-throughput connectivity. As more Starlink and OneWeb satellites are manufactured, deployed and other satellite operators.
In the article “OneWeb: Before and After the Bankruptcy – Winners?”-The recent USD 1B investment by the U.K. government and Bharti Global for a 90 percent stake has certainly given a new lease on life to OneWeb. The oldest among the current LEO-HTS plans, OneWeb struggled to raise the remaining USD 2B funds needed to.
In “Backhaul Vertical is Key to Satellite’s Future Success”- It’s often said that bad news comes in threes: unfettered price drops, COVID-19, and bankruptcies certainly qualify as events that have shaken the satellite industry to its core. Big, medium, and small players alike have had to find ways to stay afloat in the short term,.
In the article “Satellite revenues ‘will take three years to recover’ says NSR”, Analysis company Northern Sky Research (NSR) says that the fall is the result of the Covid-19 pandemic, “and the recovery won’t be immediate”. But there will be a recovery, say NSR. “The underlying opportunity continues to be exceptional with revenues forecasted to.