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.
Wave-after-Wave in this ongoing pandemic, the one element that has been greatly highlighted, is the need for robust Internet connectivity and bridging the digital divide across the globe. Remote learning, working, healthcare, conducting businesses and other key socio-economic activities have become universal and hence have exposed the still wide digital divide across regions and communities..
Significant Upcoming Satellite Capacity Supply Drives Double – Digit ‘Return to Growth’ in the Satellite Ground Segment Cambridge, MA – December 14th, 2021- NSR’s newly released Global Satellite Ground Segment, 6th Edition report, finds strong post COVID-19 return to growth for the Ground Segment, illuminating a massive increase in upcoming satellite capacity supply. With a.
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.
The Ground Segment has been one of the hardest-hit elements of the satcom value chain brought about by COVID-19,” stated [NSR]. “Q2 was a disaster for many actors, and 2020 will close with revenues down by 18.6%.