Connecting the “other 3 billion” is a recurring motto for the satcom Industry. Unfortunately, the reality is that the impact on mitigating the digital divide is still modest.
Video is that largest consumer of bandwidth today and will increase exponentially over the long term –streaming video that is, not linear TV. As the industry moves from video in terms of cord-cutting to streaming data, the satellite play is still unclear when it comes to supporting services such as Netflix or Hulu. Today, there.
Article by Chris Forrester in Advanced Television – The cumulative value of satellite-delivered broadband will be worth some $159 billion over the next 10 years, according to a report from Northern Sky Research (NSR). Video traffic will drive much of the growth.
Journalist Chris Forrester has posted at the Advanced Television info site that the cumulative value of satellite-delivered broadband will be worth some $159 billion over the next 10 years, according to a report from Northern Sky Research (NSR) — video traffic will drive much of the growth. Over the next decade, NSR says that satellite broadband and its related VSAT.
Stimulating Demand in Consumer Broadband and Backhaul is Critical for Growth Cambridge, MA – NSR’s VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets 17th Edition report, released today, forecasts cumulative revenues of $159 billion in the next decade, with 13.4% annual growth in the installed base of consumer sites alone. Enterprise VSAT is also a solid contributor with.