The spread of high bandwidth fiber and the cost-per-bit for interconnectivity continues to drop. But fiber access is still not ubiquitous and buried cable always carries vulnerabilities. For many reasons, network operators still look to satellite to close the connectivity gap when global access is required and when high availability is critical. But the cost of leasing satellite time is the subject of close focus. The advent of two new technologies in the form of HEVC and DVB-S2X has the potential to rebalance financial and technical considerations.

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