Satellite broadband is the one application whose mere existence hinges on pushing the limits of frequency reuse and spectral efficiency. With the proliferation of scalable HTS networks globally, broadband pricing is increasingly becoming –for better or worse– a barometer of regional and local satellite bandwidth pricing trends. Generational leaps in HTS technology modulate market price.
Historians point out that a common effect of pandemics is the acceleration of trends already underway. This concept may well apply to high-profile satcom players filing for Chapter-11 during 2020, all within a relatively short period of time; a scenario previously foreseen but precipitated by the pandemic. The emergence of LEO mega-constellations also exhibited accelerated.
“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.
“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.
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.