LEO and MEO broadband satellite mobility markets
This report assesses the ‘big question’ faced by the satellite communications industry today- what is the impact of current or emerging Non-GEO HTS satellite constellations? The report provides recommendations for service providers, and satellite operators to understand key messages resonating most with end-users to help improve their market positioning. The report offers a detailed analysis of both LEO and MEO orbits using Ku and Ka-bands. These systems by their global nature have the potential of bringing significant capacity to oceans and other traditionally under-connected regions – disrupting a traditionally GEO-centric market that is still undergoing a transition from wide-beam FSS architectures to spot-beam GEO-HTS infrastructure. Overall, the report provides business-critical insights and analytics for the how, where, and why of these LEO and MEO options and their influence on the 10-year outlook for Ku- and Ka-band Broadband Mobility Markets.
This report does not answer the question of “LEO viability”, nor does it provide specific market shares or projections around each of these leading Non-GEO HTS constellations. While these are other key considerations around the Non-GEO HTS market, those questions are answered elsewhere in our library of research.
Who should purchase this report
- Investors looking to understand and spotlight impacts or opportunities for LEO and MEO services in commercial mobility end-user segments
- Investors and financial institutions
- End-users looking to benchmark their current connectivity roadmaps
- Strategy, planning and business intelligence teams with satellite operators
- Product or vertical managers at satellite service providers
- Satellite manufacturers and integrators
- Data analytics companies
- Distributors, service providers, retailers and resellers of satellite services
- Network operators
Satcom operators are reaping the benefits of their mobility strategies
Analysys Mason launches three new satellite programmes
Monetisation strategies in the face of Eutelsat OneWeb, Kuiper and Starlink