Most consultancy reports generated by Hausfeld Consulting are in response to the needs of a specific client.
Such reports are confidential and not available for general distribution.
However, from time to time, some reports are generated which may be of interest to a wider audience.
This page lists some examples.
The following reports can be ordered from Hausfeld Consulting in paper and/or PDF formats:
Quick Summary - Australasian Satellite Forum 2011, 30 March 2011
The Australasian Satellite Forum 2011 was held on 30 March 2011, as part of the CommsDay Summit 2011,
at the Four Seasons Hotel, in Sydney, Australia. The Forum was hosted by news organisations
talk Satellite and CommsDay.
It included a full day of presentations and panel discussions by key figures in the Australian satellite industry.
This quick summary presents a concise, 6 page brief on the main issues that were presented and discussed,
including the audience question and answer sessions.
This document is available for purchase at a price of AUD$50.00, by contacting
and quoting the report title.
The following old reports can now be downloaded free of charge:
IPSTAR News Summary, July 1999 - May 2005
- Dated 30 May 2005.
This report contains a collection of press releases and news stories from 1999-2005, copied from various
sources available in the public domain, covering the IPStar satellite system of Shin Satellite PCL of Thailand.
The text of the news stories and press releases is reproduced here verbatim, and no warranty is given regarding
their accuracy. This report is produced for general information only and is made available free of charge.
Please note that this report is now over 6 years old,
and much has happened and changed in that time.
This report is presented here mainly for historical reference only.
Satellite Broadband Summary
- Last updated May 2002.
The purpose of this document is to present a brief summary of equipment suppliers and
satellite operators involved in the Satellite Broadband Internet Access market. The
information contained here has been filtered from marketing brochures and presentations,
internet web sites, and personal discussions with industry players. The information is not
intended to be complete or exhaustive, and not all of the information could be easily verified,
so that the document may contain some errors or omissions, and will undoubtedly become
out-of-date very quickly.
Please note that this report is now over 9 years old,
and the broadband satellite access landscape has changed dramatically in that time.
There are many new players in the industry, and many of the old ones have disappeared or been swallowed up by