Small Satellite Based Connectivity Solutions Market Assessment

Multi-satellite Constellations to Increase Internet User Base by Delivering Wireless Broadband to Remote Locations

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Scope of the report

The research report includes the following segments:
Product scope: Wireless broadband services in remote locations
Geographic scope: Global
End-user scope: Smartphone users, consumers in remote locations without access to Broadband Internet

This study will benefit those who are interested in learning more about small satellite based broadband services and the related revenue opportunities during 2018–2027. This study will also help those who are looking to learn about emerging competition in the upstream segment telecom industry. Revenue forecasts, key industry participants, supply chain mechanics, and consumer survey findings have also been provided for the small satellite based solutions market.

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Key Questions Answered

What will be the downstream impact of upstream satellite capacities being delivered by small-satellite systems?
What are the downstream revenue opportunities available for telecom operators? Should they pursue wireless broadband using small-satellite capacities?
How can existing telecom operators take advantage of incoming satellite capacities from small-satellite operators?
What will drive the uptake of wireless broadband services, especially those that will be based on small-satellite capacities?
What are the key elements of a LEO system comprising of small satellites that will add value to the capacities delivered by them to the downstream telecom operators?

Table of Contents

Executive SummaryKey FindingsMarket OverviewMarket & Capability DescriptionSystem Overview—Multi-satellite ConstellationSystem Overview—DiscussionRegional Satellite Access—Equatorial vs. PolarRegional Satellite Access—Discussion of Key CapabilitiesSystem Reliability Overview—Inter-satellite Connectivity Service Reliability OverviewSatellite Access Assessment—Individual AccessSatellite Access Assessment—Cumulative AccessSatellite Access Assessment DiscussionGlobal Broadband Internet Penetration AssessmentGlobal Broadband Internet Penetration—DiscussionGlobal Internet PenetrationGlobal Fixed Broadband PenetrationGlobal Mobile Broadband PenetrationRevenue ForecastRevenue Forecast Assumptions & MethodologyRevenue Forecast Assumptions & Methodology (continued)Opportunity Assessment Based on Broadband PenetrationRevenue Forecast—Small-satellite Downstream Connectivity Services Market (Consumer Segment)Revenue Forecast DiscussionRevenue Forecast Discussion (continued)Revenue Forecast Discussion (continued)Consumer Preference Assessment—Global Consumer SurveySurvey OverviewSurvey Findings DiscussionSurvey Findings Discussion (continued)Consumer Preference Assessment—India Consumer SurveySurvey OverviewSurvey Findings DiscussionSurvey Findings Discussion (continued)Key Industry ParticipantsOneWeb—ProfileOneWeb—Key Implications & OpportunitiesSimulated View—OneWeb ConstellationSimulated View—Inter-satellite Connectivity Opportunities for OneWeb ConstellationSupply Chain MechanicsSupply Chain Schematic—OverviewSupply Chain Impact—Overview of Potential Market GrowthSupply Chain Evolution—Current vs. FutureThe Last WordFinal Conclusions on Expected Future StatesStrategic RecommendationsKey Pointers for Stakeholders in the Telecom Value ChainKey Pointers for Stakeholders in the Telecom Value Chain (continued)Key Pointers for Stakeholders in the Telecom Value Chain (continued)Key Pointers for Stakeholders in the Telecom Value Chain (continued)Key Pointers for Stakeholders in the Telecom Value Chain (continued)Key Pointers for Stakeholders in the Telecom Value Chain (continued)Legal DisclaimerAppendix—Global Consumer SurveySurvey Respondents’ LocationsDemographics CapturedSurvey Findings—Device OwnershipSurvey Findings—Access to Fixed Line Broadband InternetSurvey Findings—Access to Internet on Smart DevicesSurvey Findings—Internet Dongle OwnershipSurvey Findings—Preference for Unlimited Broadband Connectivity at Fixed PriceSurvey Findings—Preference for Wireless Broadband Internet in Remote/Rural AreasSurvey Findings—Interest in Subscribing to Wireless Broadband ServiceAppendix—India Consumer SurveySurvey Respondents’ LocationsDemographics CapturedSurvey Findings—Device OwnershipSurvey Findings—Access to Fixed Line Broadband InternetSurvey Findings—Access to Internet on Smart DevicesSurvey Findings—Internet Dongle OwnershipSurvey Findings—Preference for Unlimited Broadband Connectivity at Fixed PriceSurvey Findings—Preference for Wireless Broadband Internet in Remote/Rural AreasSurvey Findings—Interest in Subscribing to Wireless Broadband ServiceImage SourceThe Frost & Sullivan StoryThe Frost & Sullivan StoryValue Proposition: Future of Your Company & CareerGlobal PerspectiveIndustry Convergence360º Research PerspectiveImplementation ExcellenceOur Blue Ocean Strategy




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