The Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2020 was the first major conference to be cancelled because of COVID-19, and MWC21 has been the first major conference to be back, albeit at about 1/3rd of its traditional attendance. Satellite continued to grow in presence at MWC 2021 (proportionally), as MNOs take an increasingly open mind approach to.
Unprecedented levels of supply coming from NGSOs and next-generation GEO-HTS is getting ready for launch in the next few years. Will the industry be able to activate elasticities to fill the upcoming supply? Backhaul offers an excellent opportunity with high price elasticities and a huge addressable market still to be captured. Despite the significant price.
Consumer Satcom Handhelds to Generate $2.8 Billion over Next Decade Cambridge, MA – June 1, 2021 – NSR’s Land Mobile via Satellite, 9th Edition (LMvS9) report, released today, forecasts despite some challenges with enterprise segments over the past 16 months, consumer handheld demand soared throughout 2020, after challenges at the start of the year. LMvS9 finds this solid base propelling the market to add over 500,000 new land mobile subscribers over the coming decade, reaching 1.2 million active subscribers in 2030. COVID-19 caused decreased usage across some form factors.
NSR’s article on Backhaul and 5G opportunities…..Within the connectivity business, backhaul is THE bet that many programs are hinging their success upon. Indeed, the latest NSR report on wireless backhaul forecasts $25 billion in annual revenue in 2030, propelled by explosive connectivity demand worldwide and post-COVID-19 recovery in the near term. The industry is just.
Northern Sky Research (NSR) in its latest report on the wireless backhaul sector, says not only is it worth $25 billion by 2030, the sector is “just scratching the surface of this significantly addressable market”. In fact, NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition report estimates revenues to grow at 17.6 per cent CAGR in.