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Mobile Innovation for:


Company Overview

Mission:To be the preferred provider of mobile software for delivering email, calendar, and other critical information to mobile phones and devices

Founders: Previously founded and grew Stratos Global - a publicly-listed,$700M

market cap, satellite communications company

Customers:Approximately 150+ public and private sector organizations

Offices:Headquarters/R&D in St. John’s, Canada

Sales offices in San Francisco, Ottawa, Vancouver and Singapore

History:RIM’s partner, connecting the BES to Novell, Sun, Oracle & IMAP4mail platforms

Current Focus:Providing enterprises and carriers with a platform on which they can offer a

BlackBerry-like experience on all devices

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Sample Customers

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Consilient Server

Scalable Email for Enterprises

  • Uses the emerging P-IMAP standard to provide an easy-to-use, cost efficient solution

  • No Network Operations Center (NOC) - enterprises can deploy wireless email at a lower cost

  • Available on Windows, Unix or Linux

  • Open standards

  • Reliable, scalable and affordable

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Consilient Server

  • Consilient Server Software

    • open standards-based (P-IMAP) server software

    • provides mobile extension for email on standards based messaging servers

    • scalable and designed to fit within an enterprises’ infrastructure

    • open standards-based server software that connects to P-IMAP compatible email clients

  • Consilient Client Software

    • open standards-based client software that connects to P-IMAP compatible email servers

  • The Complete Consilient Server

    • Enhanced functionality using Consilient Server components in coupled solution:

      • Push email without a NOC

      • A “true” push email client, message reconciliation

      • Device Management and Over-the-Air Provisioning (OTA)

      • Built in failover and redundancy

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Consilient Server Features

  • Wireless email, calendar

  • Email reconciliation

  • Attachments

  • Wireless preferences

  • Server-side filters

  • Web-based administration

  • OTA Provisioning

  • Web-based Administration

  • Highly scaleable

  • Failover and redundancy

  • Billing and Provisioning APIs (late March)

  • Reporting (upcoming release)

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Multi-device support

  • BlackBerry 6200, 7100, 7200 Series

  • Nokia 9300/9300i/9500

  • Nokia Series 60

  • J2ME devices

  • Windows Mobile*

  • Palm*

  • Low-end consumer phones

    • e.g. Nokia Series 40

* Coming soon

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Consilient Server Benefits

  • Leverage existing investments in devices, services and IT administration

  • Organizations can use the email messaging platform and mobile devices of their choice

  • More control, decrease dependency, and decrease cost of third party NOC by leveraging open standards for device communication

  • Use open-standards to provide a consistent experience across multiple devices

  • Organizations can deploy multiple Consilient servers in a highly available architecture providing maximum uptime for users and organizations

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Open Standards – The Consilient Server Differentiators

  • End User Benefits:

    • Choice – use preferred device for Push email

    • Lower cost

    • Ease of use

  • Supporting all messaging platforms:

    • A single Consilient Server can support multiple platforms

    • Exchange is the leader, but messaging is a horizontal application…you need to support all platforms

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Push-IMAP

  • The only way to provide true-push without a NOC

  • First authored by Oracle, ratified by OMA, soon to be adopted by IETF

    • Many others now co-authoring with Oracle including Consilient, LG, Samsung, China Mobile

  • Oracle contracted Consilient to develop P-IMAP client for BlackBerry

  • Nokia contracted Consilient to develop P-IMAP client for Nokia 9300/9500 Communicator

  • P-IMAP under discussion between Consilient and other device manufacturers, Symbian, major network operators, and mail platform companies

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Business Case

Consilient Server vs. NOC-based

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Why Consilient?

  • Experience

    • exclusive BlackBerry partner

    • we have intimate knowledge of the BlackBerry technology and understand its limitation for mass market adoption

    • we are incorporating this knowledge to offer a superior product and connect the 2.1 billion mobile phones to the 240 million email users with Consilient Server software

    • partner of choice for Oracle®and Nokia®

  • Offers the best technology to the most people for the lowest cost

    • leverage open standards for immediate, broad market access

    • exploit Push capabilities of device and operator networks, create superior user experience

    • eliminate complexity in deploying and maintaining wireless computing technology

    • consolidation on ONE system, lower costs, and deploy to all devices and networks

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Summary

  • Technology and market demand have matured

  • New devices and standards are making it possible for enterprises and network operators to offer BlackBerry-like data services on multiple devices

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Technical Overview

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Consilient Server Architecture

Typical deployment within the corporate network

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Consilient Server OTA Device Provisioning

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Device Provisioning

  • OTA Deployment Model

    • Enterprise or network operator benefits

    • Simplification

    • Centralized control

  • Customer self-provisioning opportunities

    • Client can be packaged to point end-user to self provisioning site

    • Integration can be done within the operator provisioning system for customers to register for the wireless service themselves

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Consilient Server Multi-Tier Deployment

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Consilient Server Software Requirements

Operating System Support:

  • Microsoft Windows Server 2003 SP1

  • Sun Solaris 10 (with latest patch cluster)

  • Linux (late April 2006)

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Consilient Server Hardware Requirements

For Windows

Minimum (Recommended for small organizations, i.e. up to 100 users)

  • Processor:Pentium 4 @ 3.2GHz

  • RAM:2GB

  • Disk space:at least 20GB free on one partition

  • Disk speed:7200 rpm

    Preferred (Recommended for medium-to-large organizations, i.e. up to 500 users)

  • Processor:Pentium 4 @ 3.2GHz

  • RAM:4GB

  • Disk space:at least 60GB free in total (*)

  • Disk config:SCSI RAID-1 (simple mirroring)

  • Disk speed:10K rpm

    (*) A preferred configuration would also see the OS page file, MySQL database and Consilient Server software installed on separate physical disks to minimize I/O contention.

    Note: A 3Com or Broadcom server NIC is preferred over low-end consumer NICs.

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Consilient Server Hardware Requirements

For Solaris 10

Small Installation (i.e. up to 1,000 users)

One Sun server with the following specifications:

  • Processor:Dual UltraSPARC 1.3GHz

  • RAM:4GB

  • Disk space:Two 73GB disks

  • Disk configuration:SCSI RAID-1

  • Disk speed:10K rpm

    Large Installation (i.e. 20,000 users)

    Four Sun servers with the following specifications:

  • Processor:Dual UltraSPARC 1.3GHz

  • RAM:16GB

  • Disk space:Four 73GB disks

  • Disk configuration:SCSI RAID-1

  • Disk speed:10K rpm

    Two Sun servers with the following specifications:

  • Processor:Dual UltraSPARC 1.3GHz

  • RAM:2GB

  • Disk space:Two 73GB disks

  • Disk configuration:SCSI RAID-1

  • Disk speed:10K rpm

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Consilient Server Messaging Platform Support

One or more of the following messaging platforms are required for use with Consilient Server:

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2000 (Service Pack 3)

  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 (Service Pack 1)

  • Cyrus 2.2.12 or newer

  • Mirapoint 3.7 or newer

  • University of Washington IMAP 2001.315rh or newer

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Q & A?

Consilient Server

www.consilient.com

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Susan Alcock

Manager, Enterprise Sales

tel: +1.613.230.1118

email: susan_alcock@consilient.com

Kris McNeil

Product Management

tel: +1.709.576.1706

email: kris_mcneil@consilient.com

Contact Information

www.consilient.com

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