While telcos have long worked with satellite providers, the scale of potential deals is changing. Lluc Palerm-Serra, analyst for NSR, an Analysys Mason company, reports the size of the deals is growing significantly. Just three to five years ago, a 100-site deployment was “massive” for backhaul. Today, some deals involve thousands of sites. “In Mexico.
Northern Sky Research has been acquired by technology, media, and telecom consulting firm Analysys Mason, the companies announced on Tuesday. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed. Analysys Mason is based in London with offices around the world. The company consults on strategy, transaction support, transformation, regulation and policy. It covers a range of topics in.
According to Northern Sky Research (NSR), the smallsat IoT business is on the way to becoming a $1 billion market in just eight years. New Space startups in this area are increasing their momentum of building constellations and developing technologies, aiming to provide keener competition with the big satellite companies. These predictions, IoT applications, and more were.
“I don’t envy a flat panel antenna manufacturer today,” sums up NSR President and COO Brad Grady. “There’s lots of bumps in the road in order to get to success.” One bright spot in the antenna market, he says, is the government and military vertical. In the antenna market, where commercial use cases, especially consumer.
CACI is betting on it heavily. In December, the company completed its acquisition of SA Photonics, a company that Wood says was strongly positioned to address the mass market for optical communications that will be created by the LEO mega-constellations. And this isn’t the first investment that the $6 billion a year contracting giant has.