TECH SUPPLIER Jul 2022 - Market Perspective - Doc # AP48929322

Asia/Pacific (Excluding Northeast Asia and India) Satellite Broadband Market Development and Evolution

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Bill Rojas
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Monica Collier
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Swathi Arunaa
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, Shiv Putcha,
Hugh Ujhazy
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Abstract

This IDC Market Perspective provides an overview of the regional satellite broadband developments in Oceania and Southeast Asia. Asia/Pacific is well positioned to benefit from the emergence of large amounts of new geosynchronous earth orbit and low-earth orbit capacity that are coming online between 2022 and 2026. Each country will have a different mix and priority for satellite broadband services, but some countries, such as Australia, New Zealand, Thailand, Malaysia, and Indonesia, have a considerable pent-up demand in remote areas, towns, and villages for residential satellite broadband connectivity. "Enterprises that have relied on satellite for remote connectivity will continue to do so but will start to add new Internet of Things (IoT) processes to take advantage of the falling costs in satellite connectivity for narrowband IoT sensors. Moreover, 4G/5G backhaul requirements will become another important use case, especially for industrial private networks," says Bill Rojas, adjunct research director, IDC's Asia/Pacific Communications Group.


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