10 Nov 2011  |  Global
Currently, affordable satellite broadband internet service is offered in some or all of North America, Europe, and Asia. By the end of 2010, there were 1.5 million subscribers. Over the next seven years, the number of subscribers to satellite consumer broadband Internet will more than triple. New satellites and technologies will enable satellit...
11 May 2012  |  Global
Limited Orbital Slots, Strong Demand, and Ka-Band Goes Global
This study focuses on the 292 commercial communications satellites in current operation that have transponders in C-Band, Ku-Band, and Ka-Band. Satellite operators have announced plans to launch more than 90 new satellites over the next five years. Because the majority of new satellite launches will be to replace retiring satellites, the number ...
28 Jun 2012  |  Global
The Global Market for the View From Way Above
The market is driven by retail sales of geospatial imaging from companies like Google and its Google Imaging service; which although free, accounts for significant advertising revenue for the company. Other major users of satellite imaging data include: enterprises, civil engineers, and private end users. While only a handful of companies own a...
03 Jan 2014  |  Global
The Growing Popularity of M2M and Other Data Capabilities Drive Mobile Satellite Growth
The mobile satellite market typically utilizes traditional S-Band or L-Band satellite technology due to their reliability and relatively small antenna requirements. Mobile devices which utilize satellite technology fall under three categories: mobile handsets, mobile modems, and M2M. In these three categories there are adopting users and organiza...
16 Jan 2014  |  Global
The Universal Need to Stay Connected Wirelessly Drives Growth
Satellite backhaul for cellular services is a growing application for satellite technology to help expand cellular coverage over difficult or remote locations. Satellite technology is also used for cellular backhaul for emergency communications (to restore cellular communications), over-burdened events and gatherings (to off-load some cellular tra...
21 Mar 2014  |  Global
Global Tensions Drive Growth
This research service examines the US government and military satellite market. It focuses specifically on commercial satellite service providers and their market role. The US military is the largest market vertical for satellite equipment sales and services. This market typically consists of emergency/redundant satellite communications and commun...
17 Apr 2014  |  Global
Ku- and Ka-band Demand Drives Growth
This study covers the satellite transponder market, also known as the fixed satellite services market, operating in 3 frequency bands: C, Ku, and Ka. Transponders are measured by number of transponders, revenue, and average price. Ka-band is currently at the forefront of market growth, with Ku- and C-band offering the widest coverage/install base ...
USD 1,837.50 save 25 %
05 May 2014  |  North America
Ka-band Drives New High Bandwidth Growth
The global satellite VSAT market consists of various applications that require high-speed communications in a small, compact package. VSAT is significantly outpacing some mobile satellite handset technologies and continues to see quick adoption, market penetration, and application growth. Current VSAT applications include broadband, satellite back...
13 Jun 2014  |  North America
Detailed Global Coverage Continues to Revolutionize the Mapping Industry
Satellite imaging services are high resolution images obtained from orbiting satellites around the globe, and are of varying levels of detail and precision. This market insight provides an overview of the trends and opportunities for commercially owned and operated satellite imaging providers.
USD 1,125.00 save 25 %
28 Aug 2014  |  North America
Commercial Market Drives New Growth
The satellite transponder market continues to see solid adoption due to new applications, higher available bandwidth and performance capabilities, and increased global need for communications. Moreover, the limitations of competing technologies combined with satellites strengths, global coverage, ability to perform without existing infrastructure...