Constellations Podcast

Connecting You to New Ideas and Experts Shaping Satellite and Space

Shivaprakash Muruganandham

Innovative Satellites, Virtualized Networks and Dynamic Ground

Shivaprakash Muruganandham, Analyst, Northern Sky Research

The space industry has experienced massive growth and innovation in capacity and capabilities from High Throughput Satellites (HTS) to small satellite constellations. With so many advancements in the sky how is the ground segment evolving to keep pace?

On the Constellations podcast hear from Shivaprakash Muruganandham, an analyst from Northern Sky Research, a leading global market research and consulting firm focused on the satellite and space sectors. He will discuss how the satellite ground segment is on the cusp of a fundamental change. Shivaprakash will share insights from a recent NSR report entitled “Satellite Ground Network Virtualization” that outlines how the ground segment is becoming more virtual, software defined, and cloud centric to meet the needs of the newer satellites.

Ep #71 – Duration: 22 min

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