NSR Report- Satellite Capacity Sees Post-COVID-19 Demand Uptick via Supply Developments

Robust Demand Expected to Propel Capacity Revenues to over $30B by 2030 Cambridge, MA – As the Satellite Industry slowly moves past the COVID-19 downturn, NSR’s latest report, Global Satellite Capacity Supply and Demand, 18th Edition, finds key sectors recovering strongly. Driven by Satcom and Big Data gains, in-orbit supply in Non-GEO accelerates from 304 Gbps in.

NEW NSR Report Projects U-Shaped Recovery by 2023 for Aero IFC Revenues

IFC Revenue to Reach $38.8 Billion by 2030, Driven by HTS Capacity Demand Cambridge, MA – NSR’s latest report, Aeronautical Satcom Markets, 9th Edition (Aero9) sees a rebound on the horizon for significantly impacted aero In-Flight Connectivity (IFC) services, with a U-shaped recovery underway and revenue expected to reach $38.8 Billion through 2030. A clear trend of.

Will Community Wi-Fi Bridge the Digital Divide?

Internet access is an integral part of the human necessity, owing to its immense impact on social and economic developments in a region or community. However, approx. 50% of the world’s population still do not have Internet access, creating a greater digital divide across regions. This inequality is significant between developing and developed regions, where.

Enterprise VSAT Strategy: Exploration or Exploitation?

The interplay between Exploration and Exploitation is critical for the long-run performance of a solution, company, or sector. Enterprise VSAT market revenues have plateaued with long exploitation of the conventional satellite connectivity offerings and hence, the industry had been in exploration for next-gen technologies, products or solutions to push the segment’s topline on the growth.

SatNews: NSR’s Non-GEO Satcom Markets’ Transitions and Affirmations, From New Constellations to Pandemic

Against the COVID-19 odds, in 2020 a significant level of affirmation has been achieved with multiple players achieving key milestones with their developments and contract awards. These advancements are likely to set a pace for Non-GEO Satcom markets, especially in the fixed VSAT segment, driving both service and equipment revenues in the mid and long.