Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Despite volatile revenue growth over the past five years, the Satellite Telecommunications Providers industry will likely experience stable and strong demand in the next five years. Since 2007, development of the direct-to-home TV market, expansion of broadband internet services and advances in digital technology have driven demand. Revenue will likely continue growing in the five years to 2020, as tight lending conditions ease and new high throughput satellites are set to be launched... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Starting a New Business Chapter
Barriers to entry vary depending on whether an enterprise seeks to be an infrastructure owner or a reseller. As the level of capital required to operate a satellite network is substantial, barriers to entry for infrastructure owners are very high. Telecommunications resellers, on the other hand, have much lower initial costs and will have a much easier time entering the market.
Infrastructure owners face high barriers to entry, with the capital intensity of this business model being a prohibitive barrier in normal times. The cost of building and launching a single satellite can range from $250.0 million to $300.0 million... purchase to read more