Explore Global fixed satellite services (FSS) market that is projected to be worth $17.21 billion in 2019
This report on the Fixed Satellite Services Market focuses on fixed satellite solutions and services. The market has been broadly segmented by service type, organization size, vertical, and region. The major drivers, restraints, opportunities, and challenges; and their impact have been briefly described in this report.
The report “Fixed Satellite Services (FSS) Market by Service Type (Wholesale FSS, Managed FSS), & by Wholesale Services (TV Channel Broadcast, Broadband and Enterprise Network, Video Contribution and Distribution, Trunking and Backhaul) – Global Forecast to 2019”, defines and segments the Fixed Satellite Services into various sub-segments with in-depth analysis and forecasting of revenues. It also identifies drivers and restraints of this market with insights on trends, opportunities, and challenges.
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For those itching to pick up the new Inmarsat IsatHub satellite hotspot, I’m assured by salesperson Callie at SatellitePhoneStore that it is indeed available for order now. It also shows up on Global Telsat Communications website as available to order in the UK.
For those unfamiliar with just what this product is, I can explain—it’s basically a way to use your existing smartphone or tablet seamlessly with a satellite link. In other words, you can talk and use the internet with existing stock smartphone apps even while out of range of cellular or fixed service. No satphone required either.
Inmarsat is a major satellite communications provider.
The satellite industry is destined to become an essential element in bolstering Africa’s future economic growth and the social wellbeing of its inhabitants in areas such as education, improved living standards, food security, and health.
New technologies and continual miniaturization in the field of satellite engineering have made satellites progressively more capable of putting even the remotest African village in direct contact with quality information. Improved government services, the management of natural resources, the monitoring of natural disasters, ecological threats and the status of infrastructure are all now possible irrespective of location thanks to satellites.
Read more at http://www.satnews.com/story.php?number=294081010