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Satellite Communications and Broadcasting in Latin America

Satellite Communications & Broadcasting in Latin America is a comprehensive assessment of strategic trends in one of the most rapidly growing satellite markets. 

Trends, forecasts & strategies  | Published April 2015 

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Satellite Communications & Broadcasting in Latin America is a comprehensive assessment of strategic trends in one of the most rapidly growing satellite markets.

Highlights of the Report

Total satellite capacity usage increased at an 8% CAGR over 2009-2014, driven by growing requirements for satellite pay-TV (+1,600 channels), VSAT services (+50,000 VSATs), trunking and backhaul. Euroconsult projects total capacity leased to grow at a 10% CAGR over the next decade, translating to a total of over 330 Gbps of traffic flowing over satellite by 2024.

Following strong growth in demand, operators have invested heavily in expansion satellites causing total regular capacity supply in Latin America to double by 2017 (from 2010 levels), while HTS capacity will increase eightfold to over 370 Gbps by 2017.

As supply additions are projected to outpace growth in demand, the average regular capacity fill rate should decrease from 80% in 2014 to 70% in 2017. The trend of falling fill rates is most profound in Ku-band, where utilization levels are dropping from 86% in 2010 to an expected 64% by 2017, causing concerns for oversupply.

Although demand is relatively equally distributed across the three sub-regions (Central America, Mexico, Caribbean; Brazil; Rest of South America), the two largest countries, Mexico and Brazil, are projected to represent more than half of total capacity demand by 2024. In the short to medium term, market growth will be hampered by the economic slowdown that should limit the progress of the middle class and may potentially cause instability or delays to government programs and funding. Furthermore, the analog switch-off process will somewhat temper the capacity additions from 2018 until 2022.

 

Report elements

  • Over 115 graphs & tables
  • Thousands of data points
  • Comprehensive PDF & Excel digital files
  • Price starting at € 3,500

Key trends, Forecasts & Strategies:

Vertical Segments

  • Rural Connectivity & Government Services
  • Cell backhaul and trunking
  • Other corporate networks
  • Consumer broadband
  • Energy
  • TV services 

Country Profiles
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Colombia
  • Mexico
  • Peru 

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

01- MACRO DYNAMICS IN LATIN AMERICA

  • Diverse geographies and weather conditions
  • Economic growth dynamics
  • Demographics
  • Mobile coverage and subscribers
  • Fixed broadband and wireless broadband penetration
     
02- CONSOLIDATED DEMAND AND SUPPLY OVERVIEW
  • Satellite capacity supply on the rise
  • Regular capacity supply share by operator
  • HTS capacity supply share by operator
  • HTS capacity supply – heat map
  • Capacity demand – overview
  • Capacity demand dynamics- Central America, Mexico & Caribbean
  • Capacity demand dynamics-rest of South America
  • Capacity demand dynamics- Brazil
  • VSATS in service – consolidated trends
  • Capacity fill rates
  • Capacity pricing

03- VERTICAL MARKET ANALYSIS
  • Rural connectivity & government services
  • Energy
  • Cell backhaul and trunking
  • Other corporate networks
  • Consumer broadband
  • TV services

04- COUNTRY PROFILES
  • Argentina
  • Brazil
  • Colombia
  • Mexico
  • Peru 

Editor-in-Chief

Nathan de Ruiter, Senior Consultant

Development Team

Deepu Krishnan, Senior Consultant
Brent Prokosh, Consultant
Ariel Perez Bruno, Consultant
Dimitri Buchs, Consultant

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