Satellite Capacity Pricing Index (Q1 2018), 4th Edition
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本報告提供全球衛星通訊產業上現在/未來的收費系統相關分析，衛星通訊設備、容量的成本趨勢預測，及各通訊技術/服務詳細趨勢，主要供應商的收費系統的概要，今後的收費系統的變動預測 (以季度為基礎) 等資訊彙整，為您概述為以下內容。
NSR's Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 4th Edition (Q1, 2018) examines and quantifies the key question facing the satellite industry: How much does satellite capacity cost, both now and in the future? With proprietary modelling and source information from satellite operators, service providers and end users, NSR's Satellite Capacity Pricing Index, 4th Edition (Q1, 2018) offers the industry's most detailed analysis of capacity pricing, evolution of price in various verticals, and the future state of the market.
The satellite industry is in the midst of a general decline in capacity pricing, as supply increases, competition intensifies, and demand lags in certain markets. This state of play presents key areas of concern for operators around quantifying the market index lease price and what range of pricing can be expected both now and in the future. However, it also presents opportunities for buyers as lower priced capacity opens new business models and applications. NSR's Satellite Capacity Price Index, 4th Edition (SCPI4) analyzes both the buyer and seller angles and provides a detailed pricing assessment critical to all within the satcom leasing market.
NSR's SCPI4 combines base price and factor-based inputs from regional operators, Big Four operators, service providers, and end users to provide an even, balanced and well-rounded view of pricing within the industry. Expanding on NSR's Q3, 2017 edition of this study, this most recent edition provides the historical price index and a global mean price index along with the current spot prices/range and introduces a new methodology for the price forecast.
SCPI4 includes pricing matrices on traditional FSS C-band, FSS Ku-band, and GEO-HTS and standalone Ka-band HTS capacity for Q1 2018, segmented regionally across 10 regions, and by applications across Video Distribution, DTH, Enterprise, Trunking/Backhaul, Broadband, Mobility and Government-Military segment. Beyond this, NSR quantifies a range of pricing with appropriate standard deviation backed by anchor criteria, thus providing bound estimates for various combinations of factors such as contract duration, amount of capacity (small/large customer), fill rates, and customer retention discounts. In addition to pricing ranges, NSR also includes significant qualitative analysis on both existing prices and the market expectations one year into the future.
SCPI4 features the continuation of NSR's pricing tool built in 3rd edition and introduction of a pricing forecast model to analyse not only the price influencing factors, but also extract the econometric changes in the industry to appropriately model the decline of prices in this period. The 18 factors used across four verticals help untangle key insights around discounting and premium pricing ranges, and the % change from last year reproduces the dynamics that industry has witnessed. Due to this elaborate dissection of discount pricing, several operator strategies and global mean pricing index can be interpreted well. The study uses inputs from NSR reports including, but not limited to Global Satellite Supply and Demand, Satellite Operator Financial Analysis, VSAT and Broadband Satellite Markets, and Government & Military Satellite Communications.