The Mobile World Congress Barcelona 2020 was the first major conference to be cancelled because of COVID-19, and MWC21 has been the first major conference to be back, albeit at about 1/3rd of its traditional attendance. Satellite continued to grow in presence at MWC 2021 (proportionally), as MNOs take an increasingly open mind approach to.
Northern Sky Research (NSR), in its latest report, Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition, asks whether the industry be able to activate elasticities to fill the upcoming supply. Backhaul offers an excellent opportunity with high price elasticities and a huge addressable market still to be captured.
Northern Sky Research (NSR) in its latest report on the wireless backhaul sector, says not only is it worth $25 billion by 2030, the sector is “just scratching the surface of this significantly addressable market”. In fact, NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition report estimates revenues to grow at 17.6 per cent CAGR in.
NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition report, released today, forecasts $25 billion in annual revenue in 2030 for satellite backhaul, propelled by explosive connectivity demand worldwide and post-COVID-19 recovery in the near term. On this potential, “New business models like Managed Services and Network-as-a-Service are key to make satellite easier to adopt by MNOs,” states NSR..
NSR’s Wireless Backhaul via Satellite, 15th Edition discussed in reference to satellite backhaul costs. Earlier this week, NSR noted in a press release the satellite backhaul industry is “just scratching the surface of the addressable market,” with around 470 Gbps of traffic carried via this medium out of a total addressable market of 22 Tbps. By.