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Commercial Market Drives New Growth
The satellite transponder market continues to see solid adoption due to new applications, higher available bandwidth and performance capabilities, and increased global need for communications. Moreover, the limitations of competing technologies combined with satellite’s strengths, global coverage, ability to perform without existing infrastructure, and communications reach (even aboard aircraft) make it the technology of choice under many circumstances. This research provides the market share and competitive analysis, forecasts and trends, and drivers and restraints for the total market. Regional analyses cover North America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Latin America, and Rest of World. The base year is 2013; forecasts span 2014 to 2020.
-The satellite transponder market continues to see solid adoption due to new applications, higher available bandwidth and performance capabilities, and the increased global need for communications, regardless of location.
-This is the technology of choice mainly for its strong global coverage across any geographical location (even aboard aircraft), compounded by the limitations competing technologies suffer.
-Satellite technology is no longer just a last resort used when traditional terrestrial technologies are unsuitable for an application, rather, it can now rival DSL speeds and provide a competitive return on investment (ROI) in the face of competition.
-With their near limitless location flexibility, satellite technology provides benefits other technologies cannot compete with. Thus, as connectivity rates continue to expand, the remaining difficult-to-connect locations will rely heavily on satellite technology to overcome their barriers.
-Ka- and Ku-band advancements will continue to lead the satellite transponder industry, as they are able to provide previously unobtainable bandwidth capabilities at rates that challenge competing technologies. ViaSat currently holds the record for Ka-band performance per satellite with its ViaSat-1 and future ViaSat-2 satellites, while Intelsat is the current overall market leader, emphasizing flexibility with its Epic platform.
Executive Summary—CEO’s Perspective
1 Ka-band technology drives new growth for high-bandwidth applications.
2 Commercial applications for satellite transponder services continue to grow.
3 Machine-to-machine (M2M) applications are the quickest growing for transponder bandwidth.
4 Satellite replacement rates remain consistent.
5 Ku-band technology demand remains strong due to existing hardware.
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