Satellite Communications Market
Intelligence and Information Gathering Drive Growth in the Face of Political Tensions Worldwide
Region : North AmericaGlobal tensions and military conflicts around the world are driving the need for surveillance and information sharing. Thus, satellite demand fluctuates significantly with global US relations; however, many of these regions, such as the Middle East and Africa, remain consistent, high-demand locations for US military satellite communications (SATCOM...
A Customer Perspective
Region : North AmericaThis study is derived from a survey of IT decision makers around the world across multiple industries. It provides insightful information on what drives investment in IT solutions, the IT-related challenges that organizations face today, and most importantly, plans for IT budgets. Technologies covered include Enterprise Mobility Management, Social ...USD 3,000Read More
Vertical Markets Drive Growth Opportunities
Region : North AmericaAlthough satellite will play a smaller role than cellular in the Internet of Things (IoT) industry, it will be an irreplaceable role. While cellular networks cover the majority of the points of presence (POPs) on the planet, remote locations and under-served locations will always remain. Satellite is currently the only technology that can quickly a...
Demand for Ka-Band Performance Continues to Drives Growth Opportunities
Region : GlobalAlthough Ka-Band demand is on the rise, Ku-Band will continue to be the most relied upon technology for satellite transponder leasing in the near term because of the high costs to upgrade. Ka-Band, however, represents a significant growth opportunity for new high-bandwidth applications such as maritime broadband and in-flight communications that re...
Internet Connectivity and Mobility Drive Market Growth
Region : Latin AmericaThis study includes market sizing and forecasts for key services in the Central America and Caribbean (CACAR) telecom market, including mobile telephony, fixed broadband, and data communications. Market share analysis for the total market is presented, including the fixed telephony and Pay TV segments. Additionally, qualitative analysis on drivers ...
Ka-Band Drives New Growth Opportunities
Region : GlobalThe commercial satellite broadband market is growing at a strong pace, with an anticipated compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8% from 2015 to 2022. With the continued adoption of Ka-band technology throughout the industry, satellite broadband can now meet or exceed many landline networks in performance and quality of service. This report inclu...
Evolving Landline and Mobile Terrestrial Networks to Drive Revenues by Bridging Connectivity Gaps in Underserved Areas
Region : North AmericaRegions around the world have varyling levels of terrestrial communication coverage and service, resulting in varying degrees of connectivity for both populated and remote locations. Thus, globally, many users remain unserved or underserved by terrestrial technologies. This leads to distinct growth opportunities for satellite services which can br...
Government Spending Remains Strong Despite Decreased Military Activity
Region : North AmericaAlthough the United States is spending less on military activities, spending on satellite communications continues to increase at a steady rate. This is due to the continued need to retain communications, operate UAVs, and monitor locations on a global level. Additionally, the US government continues to use more satellite bandwidth within North Ame...USD 6,000read more
Satellite Services Bridge the Gaps Present in Wireline and Cellular Networks
Region : North AmericaTerrestrial, landline, and cellular communication services have varying levels of points of presence (POPs) or population coverage for any individual region or country. This leaves some portion of the region unserved or underserved by terrestrial communications, which in-turn leaves potential for satellite services which can bridge the gaps and re...
Sep 2015Mobile connections have surpassed fixed/land line connections in a relatively short amount of time (less than a decade). Mobile connections continue to increase, not just from users which did not previously have a cellular device, but users now adopting multiple devices. Additionally, users with fixed communications may be likely to switch to mob...