Brad Grady

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Mr. Grady joined NSR in 2010 and provides assistance to the Senior Analyst team on multi-client research reports and single-client consulting projects throughout NSR’s coverage areas. Before joining NSR, Mr. Grady served as the Sustainable Development Projects Coordinator Intern with the Global VSAT Forum where he worked regularly with the GVF Secretariat and the Regulatory Working Group on many of the forum’s initiatives. Working with the Regulatory Working Group, Mr. Grady helped develop and implement the Global Regulatory Tracking Database which records current developments in the global satellite regulatory environment. In addition, he represented the GVF at numerous industry conferences and events during his internship. Mr. Grady holds a Bachelors degree in Economics from the University of Maryland, College Park where his research focused on both Information Communication Technologies and the Satellite Communications Industry.

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The Mining Market: More Data = More Players

The Mining Market: More Data = More Players

More attention continues to be given to the mining industry, and for good reason.  With demand surging for smartphones, tablets, LCD screens, solar panels, and other electronics not only from markets such as the United States or Europe – but a growing middle class throughout China, India, and elsewhere.  As the demand for industrial metals […]

July 3, 2014 | By More
Utility Market Full of Satcom Potential

Utility Market Full of Satcom Potential

The widespread introduction of Shale-gas has had profound impacts across the energy industry – from the increased need for communications into remote areas, to historically low natural gas prices across North America.  However, renewable sources such as Wind or Solar continue to increase their share of the generation portfolio – and the “Smart Grid” continues […]

May 24, 2014 | By More
OU-TV or Contribution… The Business of Pre-planning for Breaking News

OU-TV or Contribution… The Business of Pre-planning for Breaking News

With news broadcasts splitting their time between the two major breaking news events – the situation in Crimea, and the search for flight MH370, the business of moving news reporting from one corner of the globe to another is in full swing.  Leveraging a combination of satellite and terrestrial assets, news networks continue to dig-deep […]

March 25, 2014 | By More
В морской спутниковой связи «рыба» всегда крупнее

В морской спутниковой связи «рыба» всегда крупнее

Для компании Harris-CapRock очередной победой над MTNSatelliteCommunications стал недавно подписанный контракт с CarnivalCruiseLine по оборудованию глобальных коммуникаций. Объединенные вместе с RoyalCarribean, Harris-CapRock скоро обеспечат связью в открытом море большинство пассажиров круизных судов во всем мире. Однако чем это плохо для макросегмента морского рынка? Будет ли это началом конца провайдеров специализированных коммуникаций и подъемом неспециализированных участников […]

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Siempre hay un Pez más Grande en Satcom Marítimo

Siempre hay un Pez más Grande en Satcom Marítimo

En otra victoria frente a MTN, Carnival Cruise Lines recientemente le do el contrato de su red de comunicaciones global a Harris-CapRock. Combinado con Royal Caribbean, Harris-CapRock pronto proveerá comunicaciones offshore a la mayoría de los cruceros de pasajeros mundialmente. Pero, que significa esto para el mercado macro marítimo – Es esto el comienzo del […]

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Always a Bigger Fish in Maritime Satcom

Always a Bigger Fish in Maritime Satcom

In another win against MTN Satellite Communications, Carnival Cruise Line recently awarded their global communications contract to Harris-CapRock.  Combined with Royal Caribbean, Harris-CapRock will soon provide the offshore communications to a majority of cruise passengers worldwide.  But, what does this mean for the macro maritime market – Is this the beginning of the end of specialized […]

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