NSR discussed whether the time for optical SATCOM is much closer than ever before realized. Commercially, today the market is in the process of customer trials, with equipment manufacturers dedicating intensive capital resources toward their production lines to meet the oncoming constellation and UAS demand. Within five years, a greater supply of space-verified and competitive.
The “Bottom Line” from NSR discussed in SatMagazine’s article: “Set against these multiple challenges for the world’s ‘Big Four’ (Intelsat, SES, Eutelsat and Telesat) there’s good news from Northern Sky Research’s (NSR) annual VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets study that suggests VSA/broadband is a fast-growing segment of the market and that over the next decade,.
NSR’s Cloud computing via satellite report cited in SatMagazine’s article on the future of Satcom.The satellite-to-cloud market offers great potential and the tech giants are looking to realize significant gains from this technology. Cloud computing via satellite is projected to drive 52 exabytes of traffic by 2029, generating a potential $16 billion in revenue from.
M2M and IoT is exhibiting growth across the globe as more and more things are becoming automated, more devices are connecting to the internet and connected things are contributing a greater proportion than ever to increased economic output across a huge range of industries — from agriculture, to transport to energy, and many, many more..
NSR quoted in SatMagazine’s The Forrester Report: There are some anxieties over the state of play at the proposed mega-constellation OneWeb and their fleet of LEO satellites. Northern Sky Research (NSR) in a report headline asked, “Can OneWeb cross the Valley of Death?” That’s blunt, but OneWeb has given plenty of reasons not to be cheerful this past.