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Table of Contents

World Broadband Satellite Equipment Markets, Executive SummaryIntroduction to the World Broadband Satellite Equipment MarketIntroduction to the World Broadband Satellite Equipment MarketSummary of Major FindingsMarket Growth, Opportunities, and Total ForecastDemand AnalysisCompetitive AnalysisConclusionsWorld Broadband Satellite Equipment Markets, Market Engineering Research MethodologyResearch ScopeObjectives and PurposeReport Structure and Market SegmentationMarket Engineering Forecasting MethodologyOverviewStrategic Significance of the Market Engineering ForecastJudging Credibility and Accuracy of Market Engineering ForecastsForecast AssumptionsGlossary of TermsList of DefinitionsList of AcronymsWorld Broadband Satellite Equipment Markets, Industry Challenges, Drivers and RestraintsIdentification of Challenges Facing the Broadband Satellite Equipment IndustryIdentification of Challenges Facing the Broadband Satellite Equipment IndustryThe General Malaise That Currently Plagues the Satellite Industry Threatens to Undermine the Market Penetration and Acceptance of Broadband-Based Satellite PlatformsRapid Expansion of Competing Platforms Narrows the Addressable Market for Broadband Satellite SystemsAdvent of Ka-band May Generate New Applications and Capabilities That Will Attract a New Crop of CustomersGrowing Base of Broadband Customers Presents Tremendous Opportunities for Equipment ManufacturersPotential Entrance of Large Players Create Competitive Problems for Incumbents in the Broadband Satellite MarketMarket Players Are Forced to Develop New Technical and Marketing Solutions to Tap into the Potentially Lucrative Underserved MarketsCompanies Failing to Integrate New Manufacturing Processes That Lead to Volume Production Will Have Difficulties Remaining CompetitiveSlow Migration of Existing VSAT Customers to Broadband Satellite SystemsHigh Cost of Broadband Satellite Equipment Deters Potential Customers from Adopting Broadband Satellite ServicesDeregulation of the Telecommunications Sector in Many Emerging Economies Open New Markets for Broadband Satellite Services But Face Complex and Lengthy Licensing RequirementsMarket DriversMarket DriversInternet Growth Drives Need for Greater AccessGrowing Prevalence of Bandwidth-Heavy Applications Requires Deployment of Huge "Pipes" QuicklyNew Opportunities in Developing Countries Favor Two-Way Broadband Systems for PSTN BypassSmaller, Less Expensive Equipment and Service Costs Add to End-User AppealUnderdeveloped Wireline or Landline Infrastructure Creates Demand for Alternate SolutionsDigital Technology Reduces Space Segment Costs Making Broadband Satellite Platforms Cost More Competitive vis-à-vis Terrestrial TechniquesMore Sophisticated and Versatile Earth Station Terminals Expand Addressable MarketDeregulation or Market Liberalization in Emerging MarketsGrowing Number of Affluent SMEs Expands Addressable MarketBroadcast/Multicast Applications Fit Broadband Satellite Systems Cost-EffectivelyMarket RestraintsMarket RestraintsLimited Financial Capability Reduces Potential Terminal OrdersLow PC Penetration Rates Limit Addressable MarketInternational Penetration of Satellite Technology Limited by Regulatory EnvironmentImproving Land Line InfrastructureLocal Loop Technology ImprovementsCompeting Wireless Technologies with Easier, Less Costly Deployment That Can Undercut Satellite-Based Service PricesEnterprise Adoption Slows as Cash-Based Societies Restrain E-CommerceLack of Consumer AwarenessSlow International Adoption Rates for High-Bandwidth ServicesLack of International Content Slows Interest in the InternetMarket Engineering Research for the Broadband Satellite Equipment Market 1999-2006Market Overview and DefinitionsMarket Overview and DefinitionsMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Research Measurement SystemMarket Engineering Unit and Revenue Forecasts (1999-2006)Market ForecastsDemand AnalysisCompeting PlatformsAdvantages of Satellites: Real or Perceived?Computers-in-Use and Internet UsersGlobalization and Its Implications for Broadband Satellite ServiceThe Internet Infrastructure: e-Commerce Is the "Killer Application" So Countries Need to Get Online QuicklyThird World Markets and Infrastructure BuildoutRural and Underserved Markets and "The Digital Divide"From "Bandwidth Is Gold", to "Bandwidth Is Dirt"The Place and Status of Satellites in the New EconomyThe Satellite Market: From Trunking and Access, to Multicasting, Caching, and StreamingFrom Wavephore to WAVO: The Shift from Satellite-Based to Terrestrial-Based Delivery SystemsTap Existing Two-Way VSAT NetworksTapping the One-Way VSAT MarketBreakdown of One-Way and Two-Way Terminal SalesBreakdown of Ku-Band and Ka-Band Terminal SalesMarket Forecasts and Trends by Geographic RegionPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisPricing Strategy and Trend AnalysisWorld Broadband Satellite Equipment Markets, Competitive Structure for Current-Generation and Next-Generation Broadband Satellite Equipment Market 1999-2006Competitive Structure for Current-Generation SystemsCompetitive Structure for Current-Generation SystemsBroadLogic Network Technologies Gilat Satellite NetworksHelius, Inc.Hughes Network Systems for DirecPCIDB SystemsInternational Datacasting Corporation (IDC)KiSS Nordic A/SNEC America, Inc.Shiron InterSKYCompetitive Structure for Next-Generation SystemsCompetitive Structure for Next-Generation SystemsAstra-NetAstrolinkPacific Century CyberWorks SkyBridgeSpaceway TeledesicAlcatel EspaceATCi (Antenna Technology Communications, Inc.) Channel Master Codan Communicado DataCommunications & Power Industries (CPI) Satcom Division Datron/Transco, Inc.EMS TechnologiesGlobecomm Systems, Inc. Global Telemann System, Inc.Harmonic Data Systems Ltd.Kathrein Werke AGKVH Industries, Inc.Logic Innovations Mentat Mindport Motorola NDSNorsat InternationalNortel Networks Philips Digital NetworksProdelin CorporationRadyne Comstream Raytheon SeaTel, Inc.SierraComSTM WirelessThomson MultimediaVertex Communications Corporation Vitacom Corporation Viasat, Inc.World Broadband Satellite Equipment Markets, Market Engineering StrategyMarket Engineering Strategic RecommendationsMarket Engineering Strategic RecommendationsCorporate Management Marketing DepartmentResearch and DevelopmentMarket Engineering Awards for the Broadband Satellite Equipment MarketFrost & Sullivan's 2000 Market Engineering AwardsFrost & Sullivan's 2000 Market Engineering AwardsMarket Engineering AwardsThe 2000 Market Engineering Technology Leadership AwardThe 2000 Market Engineering Product Innovation Award

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