Asia Pacific VSAT Markets (raw data spreadsheets included)

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The Asia Pacific very small aperture terminal (VSAT) market has seen steady growth even as other the market in other regions have begun to slow. The total installed sites for all VSAT applications number over 300,000 in APAC in 2005. This number is expected to grow to over 900,000 sites by 2012. This represents a huge opportunity for VSAT equipment vendors and satellite service providers alike. Faced with a slowing market in North America, APAC will represent the new battleground for global players. They will face complex and occasionally protectionist regulations in certain markets such as China, and to an extent, India. APAC has also produced a few local players that will stand as strong competition.

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