Global Satellite-Based Cloud Computing Market to Reach $472.6 Million by 2032 - Exclusive DeepTech M-A-P™ Analysis by BIS Research
By adopting cloud solutions and services, organizations avoid the latency of the network, move business workloads to a cloud platform, and support their key business activities effectively.
FREMONT, Calif., Jan. 24, 2023 /PRNewswire/ -- BIS Research, the global leader in providing market intelligence on deep technologies, has released its latest study titled Satellite-Based Cloud Computing Market - A Global and Regional Analysis.
According to this study, the global satellite-based cloud computing market was valued at $368.3 million in 2022 and is projected to reach $472.6 million by 2032.
The following factors are responsible for the increase in demand for satellite-based cloud computing:
The detailed study is a compilation of 53 market data tables and 12 figures spread through 122 pages.
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Analyst's Take on the Market Projection
According to Arunkumar Sampathkumar, Principal Analyst, BIS Research, "The global satellite-based cloud computing market is anticipated to propel over the forecast period owing to rapid digitization and increased demand for data privacy and security. Cloud computing provides faster and more efficient ways to run and adapt business operations to changing market requirements based on behavioral changes among people and shifts in business trends. Terrestrial cloud computing services streamline the consumerization of technology. Cloud computing services have enabled multiple lines of businesses."
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Secured Data Services to be the Leading Application Segment in the Market
The services in the satellit-based cloud computing market include secured data storage, space-based cloud infrastructure, and data distribution. Actionable plans of end user vertical enterprises, along with growing demand for data security and privacy, is proliferating demand for space-based cloud infrastructure.
The study from BIS Research suggests that in 2021, the secured data services segment was valued at $92.4 million and is expected to grow at a healthy CAGR of 2.81% between 2022-2032.
Major Existing Industry Leaders in the Satellite-Based Cloud Computing Market
The companies that are profiled have been selected based on input gathered from primary experts and analyzing company coverage, product portfolio, and market penetration. Some of the established names in the market are Cloud Constellation Corporation (SpaceBelt), LEOcloud, Inc., Ramon.Space, Aistech Space, Astrocast, BlackSky Technology Inc., Capella Space, Starlink (Space Exploration Technologies Corporation), Kuiper Systems LLC, OneWeb, Planet Labs PBC, Satellogic, Spire Global, Inc., Amazon Web Services, Inc., Microsoft Azure, and Google Cloud Platform.
Recent Developments in the Global Satellite-Based Cloud Computing Market
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