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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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March 2004

The Broadband Wireless Access Inflection Point

March 2004


At a glance

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.


March 2004

Broadband Revolution


March 2004

Worldwide DSL Market

Source: UBS estimates


Broadband wireless access

Broadband Wireless Access

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Point to Multi-point

Telco Core Network or Private (Fiber) Network

SME

Residential/SOHO

INTERNET

BACKBONE


Key success drivers

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


March 2004

Global Wireless Standards

WAN

MAN

LAN

PAN

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


March 2004

  • 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

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

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

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

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)


Thank you

Thank You


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