“While contract renegotiations took place across the satcom value chain to address a black-swan drop in demand, unit pricing nears stabilization across several sectors, as forecasted by NSR in previous editions of this report,” states NSR in BollyInside article: Satellite capacity prices stabilize, but LEO and VHTS competition looming points to renewed pressure. “In this.
“Competition to grab market share has slowed considerably compared to 2017-18, as operators look to touch base with P&L fundamentals by tiering capacity. Maritime is witnessing a boost in demand, while Aero looks to post the highest growth in the segment, bringing much-needed stability to Satellite bandwidth prices, and a return to double-digit growth for.
NSR’s latest report, Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 6th Edition (2020), finds capacity pricing declines decelerating in 2020, with the global mean price index declining by ~13% in Q1 2020, in contrast to ~17% in Q1 2019.
NSR’s latest report, Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 6th Edition (2020) finds capacity pricing declines decelerating in 2020, with the global mean price index declining by ~13% in Q1 2020, in contrast to ~17% in Q1 2019.