NSR’s satellite capacity analysis - The guide for navigating near term challenges and long term oppo
Building on over 20 years of NSR analysis and in-depth satcom data, Global Satellite Capacity Supply & Demand, 17th Ed. (GSCSD17) is a “must have” report for anyone seeking bottom line data and analysis on the ever-changing satellite capacity market.
NSR’s Global Satellite Capacity Supply & Demand, 17th Edition (GSCSD17) is the longest running and most detailed source for satellite capacity analysis worldwide. Building on over 20 years of NSR analysis and in-depth satcom data, GSCSD17 provides key assessments of applications, orbits, frequency bands, capacity pricing and revenue potential across 13 regions. It is a “must have” report for anyone seeking bottom line data and analysis on the ever-changing satellite capacity market. With highly detailed forecasts across eight separate applications in each of seven different types of capacity (C-band, Ku-band, widebeam Ka-band, HTS C-band, HTS Ku-band, HTS Ka-band, Non-GEO HTS) for thirteen regions, GSCSD17 provides the most comprehensive and detailed data and analysis available to the industry.
Satcom is not immune to COVID-19, which has stopped momentum in key mobility segments and added more pressure to fragile segments of the ecosystem. In parallel, however, the satellite industry’s transformation continues with revenues shifting to Data verticals and deep changes in business models. Risk has led to reward for those that tap markets like Backhaul, Consumer Broadband or Mobility, armed with innovative capacity and business models. GSCSD17 found that, despite COVID-19 creating a dip in revenue generation over the short-term, a vigorous rebound will occur with extraordinary long-term potential.
Key Questions Answered in this Report:
What is the impact of COVID-19 in Satcom? Which segments are resilient, and what will the ‘New Normal’ look like?
How has the market evolved over the past year, and how has this impacted the outlook for satellite operators and the industry in general?
Which applications and regions are likely to soak up the glut of capacity launching between now and 2029? And at what price points will these applications be able to flourish?
Which programs and/or satellite operators are in the best position to win in this new paradigm?