Complicated Satellite Capacity Pricing Trends

Over the past seven years, satellite capacity pricing has maintained a year-on-year downward spiral, primarily driven by the imbalance in supply-demand dynamics and the transition to High Throughput Satellites (HTS) with better unit economies. However, since 2020, with the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, satellite capacity pricing negotiations have become increasingly intricate as service providers.

NSR Report Sees Satellite Capacity Pricing Stabilizing, yet Increasingly Complex Period for Pricing Negotiations

Satellite Operators sit at Capacity Pricing Crossroads with Macroeconomic Headwinds, External Competitive Pressures, and Supply Chain Challenges   Cambridge, MA – May 31st, 2022- NSR’s Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 8th Edition finds Satellite Operators sitting at a crossroads of multiple macroeconomic headwinds, external competitive pressures, and supply chain challenges, driving need for innovative strategies. As pricing stabilizes.

Yahoo Finance: Satellite Capacity Prices Stabilizing, but Looming LEO & VHTS Competition Point to Renewed Pressure

“NSR’s latest report, Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 7th Edition (2021) finds capacity price declines decelerating in 2021, with the global mean price index declining by ~5-6% in Q1 2021, in contrast to ~13% in Q1 2020. This decline is projected to slow further in 2022, with signs of inflation-adjusted price stabilization across several regions, bands, and.

NSR Report: Satellite Capacity Prices Stabilizing, but Looming LEO & VHTS Competition Point to Renewed Pressure

Despite Global Price Declines Averaging 5% in 2021, Industry Approaches Temporary Stabilization Cambridge, MA – NSR’s latest report, Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 7th Edition (2021) finds capacity price declines decelerating in 2021, with the global mean price index declining by ~5-6% in Q1 2021, in contrast to ~13% in Q1 2020. This decline is projected.

SatNews : Telesat inks first LEO customer, LeoSat gains customer agreement

Satellite capacity prices slid 18 percent over the past 12 months, with data services like backhaul and fixed broadband driving the steepest declines, according to Northern Sky Research. An abundance of cheap high-throughput satellite capacity is the most significant influencer of new pricing structures, rendering older satellites increasingly obsolete.