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Worldwide Commercial Satellite Broadband Market Is Projected to Grow at a CAGR of 10% During 2018 to 2023 : Detailed in New Research Report

Commercial Satellite Broadband Market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 10% during Forecast Period 2017-2023, Commercial Satellite Broadband Market is expected to reach approximately USD 170 Million | Commercial Satellite Industry


Pune, India -- (SBWIRE) -- 09/13/2018 -- The global commercial satellite broadband market is expected to reach approximately USD 170 Million by the end of 2023 with approximate 10% CAGR during the forecast period from 2018 – 2023.

Market Highlights:

The satellite broadband is the internet connectivity that is provided by the low earth orbiting or geostationary satellites. The satellite broadband connectivity is a costly option but the cost is expected to decrease in the upcoming years due to advancements in the internet connectivity technology. However, the major issues that arise is the limitation of bandwidth which again gives rise to limited speeds and lags in the overall speed as data packets have to travel a huge distance. Although the satellite broadband market is expensive, the government and many independent organizations are making initiatives to launch an affordable and faster internet connectivity by introducing the pay per use plans, monthly plans and yearly plans.

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The market for global commercial satellite broadband is segmented on the basis of component, frequency band and end users. The market is expected to grow at a significant rate because of the advancements in the internet technology and growing demand of high speed, distortion less internet connectivity. The major factor that drive the market for commercial satellite broadband market is the global connectivity of the rural areas having limited or no internet connectivity. Also factors such as satellite reach as many users that are unserved or underserved by landline technology and satellite broadband can achieve a higher quality of service (QOS) for high bandwidth applications in some locations and with flexible data plans to improve the customer experience for satellite technology.

Key Players:

The global commercial satellite broadband market holds some of the prominent key vendors like Hughes Communications, Inc. (U.S.), ViaSat Inc.(U.S.), Eutelsat S.A.(France), Thaicom Public Company Limited (Thailand), EarthLink Holding Corp.(U.S.), Dish Network LLC (U.S.), Avonline Satellite Solutions Ltd (U.K), Speedcast International Limited (Australia), Skycasters LLC (U.S.), Inmarsat PLC (U.K), Iridium Communications Inc. (U.S.), and Globalstar, Inc. (U.S.).

Regional Analysis:

The commercial satellite broadband market is also segmented on the basis of region under North America, Europe, Asia Pacific and rest of the world. North America and Europe turn out to be the dominating regions in the commercial satellite due to the already established wired broadband market and advancements in the internet technologies. The countries like U.S and Canada are however the early adopters of the cloud and internet technology and many large presence of satellite companies are located in the North America region. Though, Asia Pacific, Latin America and rest of the world show a significant growth in terms of the growth in usage and application of the satellite broadband as these include the rural areas and least internet connectivity to achieve the higher quality of service. Countries such as India and China, New Zealand, and Brazil are highly emerging countries and are investing heavily in improving the connectivity infrastructure. However, major areas in these countries are still relying on the 2G mobile connectivity for internet which creates an opportunity for the firms in the satellite broadband market to imply the services.

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Intended Audience

Storage providers

Network providers

Satellite manufactures

Research firms

Software investors

Software Developers

Network component providers

Medical institutions

Hardware testers

IT enablers

Chipset providers

Cloud providers

Telecommunication companies

Government service providers