Study assesses the use of several C-Band sub-frequencies by satellite networks

Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, Sydney, June 2, 2022 – A new report has explored the current and future supply and use of the extended C-Band, the planned C-Band and the 7025-7075 Mhz Band for satellite services (available in full on the Euroconsult website). It has considered for each band the uplink and downlink frequencies, including the frequency bands 3400-3700 and 6425-6725 MHz (‘extended C-band’), 4500-4800 and 6725-7025 MHz (‘planned C-band’) and 7025-7075 MHz

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Amid prolonged impacts of COVID, the maritime industry showed positive trends in 2021

Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, Sydney, April 20, 2022 – Leading space consulting and market intelligence firm Euroconsult has released its annual “Prospects for Maritime Satellite Communications” report, which shows that despite the prolonged COVID-19 pandemic and its associated impacts, 2021 was still a positive year for the global maritime satellite communication market.

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High throughput satellites poised to become leading commercial growers in space infrastructure, with wholesale capacity revenues projected to top $100b by 2030

PARIS, WASHINGTON, MONTREAL, YOKOHAMA, SYDNEY, TOULOUSE, 23 March, 2022 —Euroconsult has released the 6th edition of its High Throughput Satellites (HTS) report –  its in-depth analysis of geostationary (GEO) and non-geostationary (NGSO) HTS markets including major drivers, strategic issues, competitive landscape and detailed forecasts of capacity supply and associated demand take-up.

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New whitepaper highlights ground segment’s pivotal role as the enabler of a new era in satellite connectivity

Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, Sydney, Toulouse, 22, February 2022 – The satellite industry is set for unprecedented transformation, with the impact of cloud-based systems, the introduction of next-generation NGSO broadband constellations, and convergence towards a unified 5G network architecture. However, ground segments will also have to play a pivotal role to allow the industry to fully embrace and benefit from these changes.

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Increasing demand for EO Data will drive the industry

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Geospatial World: Can you tell us about the current transformation in the space sector? In terms of the major transformations in the sector, the first one is the number of satellites. Just next year, we should have over 400 satellites in orbit delivering an extensive variety of data. This comes together with major agreements, an increasing level of maturity of data platforms in the Cloud, and an increasing number of automated process to add layers and facilitate the development of services for public and private end users.

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Winners of annual awards for excellence in satellite communications announced as the 2021 World Satellite Business Week gets underway in Paris

Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, Sydney, Monday 13th December, 2021. Euroconsult, the preeminent consulting and intelligence firm specialising in the space sector and satellite markets, has revealed the first recipients of its 2021 Annual Awards for Excellence in Satellite Communication. In parallel to its flagship executive-level space summit, the 2021 World Satellite Business Week held at the Westin Hotel in Paris, Euroconsult will reveal category winners up until the event’s conclusion on December 16th. World Satellite Business Week brings together over 180 top-executive speakers from almost 40 countries to share their experience and perspectives of the industry.

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New symphonie consortium wins concept study for the european commission to shape future global connectivity by satellite

Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, Sydney, December 9th 2021 – New Symphonie, the recently established consortium of 22 European companies, has won the European Commission call for tenders entitled “New Space solutions for long-term availability of reliable, secure, cost-effective space-based connectivity”.

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New satellite market forecast anticipates 1,700 satellites to be launched on average per year by 2030 as new entrants and incumbents increase their investment in space

Paris, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, Sydney, Toulouse, 8th December – Euroconsult has released its “Satellites to be Built & Launched” report for 2021, the latest edition in a series that has consistently set the industry benchmark for analysis of the satellite market. The 17,000 satellites expected to be launched in the next ten years represents a fourfold increase over past decade, reflecting structural changes in the whole space ecosystem and a limited short-term impact of the pandemic.

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Cruise Connectivity Expects Progressive Gains in the Coming Years

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Via Satellite: As the COVID-19 situation is improving around the globe, the cruise industry is emerging from a period of near-absolute inactivity. In the early days of the pandemic, contamination clusters onboard cruise ships made the headlines. Shortly after, travel restrictions were adopted throughout the world. This had a very strong negative impact on mobility markets worldwide, especially cruise. As cruises resume, one of the biggest challenges for the industry is to regain customers’ confidence in order to recover profitable fill rates of the vessels.

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New symphonie takes collaborative approach to european commission call for connectivity

Paris, Rennes, Washington D.C., Montreal, Yokohama, Sydney - A recently established collaboration between more than twenty European space sector companies has been assembled in response to a European Commission call for tenders entitled “New Space solutions for long-term availability of reliable, secure, cost-effective space based connectivity”. The consortium, known as New Symphonie, is being led by UNSEENLABS and EUROCONSULT and was set up specifically for the call, which has been launched by the European Commission with assistance by from its Directorate General Defence Industry and Space (DG DEFIS).

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