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The B roadband Wireless Access Inflection Point. March 2004. At a Glance. Worldwide leader in Wireless Broadband More than 1,500,000 units installed Installations in over 130 countries Strong OEM channels with Siemens, Alcatel, Nera & Datang Working with more than 200 partners

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The Broadband Wireless Access Inflection Point

March 2004


At a Glance

  • Worldwide leader in Wireless Broadband

  • More than 1,500,000 units installed

  • Installations in over 130 countries

  • Strong OEM channels with Siemens, Alcatel, Nera & Datang

  • Working with more than 200 partners

  • Q4 2003 revenues run rate - $160 Million

  • About 700 employees (over 250 R&D engineers)

  • NASDAQ since 2000

  • Financially strong.


Broadband Revolution


Worldwide DSL Market

Source: UBS estimates


Broadband Wireless Access

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Point to Multi-point

Telco Core Network or Private (Fiber) Network

SME

Residential/SOHO

INTERNET

BACKBONE


Standardized TechnologyWiMAX- 802.16

2nd Generation Technologyeconomical, high quality wire line alternative

AccelerationStage

Carrier Demandto serve ‘White Zones’& ‘DSL Refugees’

Regulation EvolutionIncreased allocation of Licensed and Unlicensedbands

Key Success Drivers


Global Wireless Standards

WAN

MAN

LAN

PAN

PAN: Private Area NetworkLAN: Local Area NetworkMAN: Metropolitan Area Network WAN: Wide Area Network


  • IEEE 802.16 is a MAN access technology standard

  • WiMAX promotes the interoperability of 802.16 devices

  • WiMAX is equivalent to Wi-Fi alliance

    • enabling BWA solutions with lower cost CPE

    • enabling multiple vendor support

  • Promoted by industry leaders who are committed to:

    • Support IEEE 802.16 and HIPERMAN standards

    • Support BWA equipment interoperability both in the network and in the cell

    • Achieve global acceptance; IEEE & ETSI

  • Provides tools to equipment manufacturers

    • Can be used during the OEM’s development process to ensure system interoperability

WiMAX is the next revolutionary technology after WiFi!

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WiMAX – The Next Wave

WiFi

Ethernet

Volume

2000

2010

1990s

1980s

* other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.


Broadband Wireless Access Map

Portable

Licensed and Unlicensed

Wireless DSL

Services

Fixed

Licensed and Unlicensed

WDSL and Multi-

Services

Mobile

Licensed Broadband

and Wideband

Services

SME Access

& Backhaul

Destination

Based

Cellular

Wideband

Residential

Access

Broadband

Mobility

Nomadic

802.16d/e

802.11

Hot Spots

802.16

2.5G, 3G

802.16e+

802.16


Alvarion Industry Enabling Activity

  • WiMAX, Vice President

    • 802.16 equivalent to Wi-Fi Alliance

    • Certification body for IEEE 802.16 and ETSI HIPERMAN

  • Wireless Communications Assoc. (WCA)

    • Board member

    • Executive Committee, License Exempt Alliance

      • Foster WW growth of wireless broadband systems over license exempt spectrum

  • IEEE 802.16d, 802.16e

    • Alvarion taking lead to accelerate completion of both conformance test specs (.d) and mobility (.e)

  • ETSI HiperMAN (European 802.xx equivalent )

    • Acting Chairman


The WiMAX Vision

2004

Going Forward

Fixed Indoor

Solution Characteristics

  • Consumer – self install, auto provisioning

  • Portable – can ‘move’ CPE to another location in service area

    Applications

  • “Last Mile” Broadband access for consumers

  • Portable broadband access

Mobility

Solution Characteristics

  • CPE Native in Mobile PC

  • User can roam within the service area at varying speeds

    Applications

  • “Mobile” Broadband access for consumers

  • Always Best Connected (SNS)

Fixed Outdoor

Solution Characteristics

  • Fixed location

  • Installed outside of subscriber’s house

  • Requires truck roll

    Applications

  • E1/T1 Level Service for Enterprises

  • Backhaul for Hotspots

  • Fractional E1/T1 for SMB

  • Limited residential broadband access (early adopters, rural, developing countries)


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