Constellations Podcast

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Lluc Palerm Serra

The Ground Segment Revolution, the Paradigm shift from Satellites to Networks and the Convergence of Satellite and Terrestrial Networking

Lluc Palerm Serra, Senior Analyst, NSR

The space industry is evolving at a rapid pace as seen by the flurry of new technologies being announced on almost a weekly basis. These new technologies include the emergence of high throughput satellites (HTS) and the launch of LEO mega-constellations which have brought unprecedented flexibility and bandwidth to the marketplace. However these new capabilities require innovation on the ground to ease management and minimize the explosion in costs. Lluc Palerm Serra, Senior Analyst at NSR explains how a paradigm shift is needed in the satellite ground segment and how this shift towards new advanced networking capabilities has the potential to facilitate convergence between satellite and terrestrial networks.

Ep #42 – Duration: 24 min

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