Inflection year for Satellite Broadband Internet Access

January 8, 2014 | By More

NSR’s Broadband Satellite Markets 12th Edition report projects that the entire broadband satellite market’s installed base will increase by just over 5 million by 2022 and generate US$9.9 billion in revenues.

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87% of this growth will come from new subscribers to satellite broadband access services with the North American, Western European and Latin American markets leading the way.

“It appears that 2013 and 2014 are going to be an inflection point in the satellite broadband Internet access market,” Christopher Baugh, NSR President.

NSR lists a number of key trends:

  • Satellite Broadband Report NSRWith the full entry into service of the Viasat-1 and EchoStar-XVII satellites, North America could score a record gain in broadband access subscribers.
  • The Australian NBN Interim Satellite Service is projected to reach its subscriber cap at least a year sooner than previously anticipated.
  • A revamped Tooway management team and new HTS capacity for SES will lead to better subscriber growth in Western Europe.
  • Latin America saw the launch of its first HTS provisioned broadband access services in late 2013.
  • The entry into service of O3b Networks’ new MEO-HTS constellation, to be especially beneficial for the satellite trunking and backhaul markets.
  • NSR also anticipates the enterprise VSAT networking market will remain dynamic in the coming years helped too by the availability of new HTS capacity

NSR maintains its view that, on a net-net basis, the new HTS-provisioned VSAT services will do more to grow the overall enterprise VSAT market than to cannibalize existing FSS services.

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The Broadband Satellite Markets 12th Edition study is an industry leading analysis and forecast of all key market segments within the overall satellite broadband sector, including enterprise VSAT networking markets, satellite broadband Internet access services, broadband trunking and backhaul applications. For additional information on this report, including a full table of contents, list of exhibits and executive summary, please visit www.nsr.com or call NSR at +1-302-295-4981.

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Mr. Del Rosario is a senior member of the consulting team where he focuses his research on quantitative modeling, data verification, and market forecasting for the commercial and government satellite communications sectors. He conducts ongoing research with specialization in policy analysis, economic indicators, regulatory initiatives and end user demand trends. In addition to authoring numerous syndicated reports in his areas of focus, Mr. Del Rosario has been involved in a wide range of strategic consulting projects. He has advised clients on market trends, implications, and strategies on such diverse topics as high throughput satellites (HTS), hosted payloads, wireless backhaul, SCADA/M2M/LDR and multi-mission satellite programs. Prior to joining NSR, Mr. del Rosario worked with Frost & Sullivan as Program Leader of the Mobile Communications Group, as Senior Analyst & Program Leader of the Satellite Communications Group, and most recently as Country Manager for the Philippines. Other experience includes being the Development, Outreach & Communications Specialist at the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) in the Philippines where he contributed to USAID/Philippines’ various programs in energy, environment, health, education, economic development and governance. He was also the Public Affairs Officer of the European Commission’s Delegation in the Philippines, co-managing the Commission’s programs on economic cooperation and development assistance. He performed economic and political risk assessment of the Philippines and ASEAN, for use by Delegation officials in the Philippines and in the Commission’s headquarters in Brussels. Jose also worked as a congressional aide for the Malaysian Embassy and as a telecommunications legal researcher for Irwin & Lesse in Washington, D.C. Mr. del Rosario holds a Master of Arts degree in Applied Economics from The American University, and a Bachelor of Science degree in Political Science/International Relations from the University of Santa Clara.

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