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IP Telephony Made Easy. John Chun Co-founder, VP Marketing 408-342-1067 [email protected] http://www.mockingbirdnetworks.com 10050 Bubb Road • Cupertino, CA • 95014. Mission Statement. IP telephony provider of choice in the telecommunications revolution. To be. the . Problem?.

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Ip telephony made easy

IP Telephony Made Easy

John Chun

Co-founder, VP Marketing

408-342-1067

[email protected]

http://www.mockingbirdnetworks.com

10050 Bubb Road • Cupertino, CA • 95014


Mission statement
Mission Statement

IP telephony provider of choice in the telecommunications revolution

To be

the


Problem
Problem?

Next Generation

Network Providers

ISPs

  • 1,500+ Network Providersall selling bandwidth

  • 13,000+ ISPs,that all look alike

  • 33% customer churn


Solution
Solution!

Leveraged Sales Model

More

Services

Fill their "pipes"

Next Generation

Network Providers

ISPs

Mockingbird provides the end-to-end hardware and software solutions that enable Packet Voice services over data networks


Ip telephony made easy1
IP Telephony Made Easy

  • Carrier-class Hardware

  • State of the art DSPs

  • 600 ports in a 7 inch rack

  • Sun Solaris OS

  • Plug-and-Play

  • Proprietary signalingalgorithms (SS7/C7, R2, ISDN)

  • Universal protocol engine

  • Standards-compliant(MGCP, SIP, H.323)

  • Network Management

  • Software

  • Real-time Billing

  • Pre-paid Cards

  • Backoffice/OSS

  • Customer Care


Market positioning

Needs

Suppliers

Buyers

Next GenerationVoice/Data Network

Legacy VoiceNetworks

Data Networks

Market Positioning

  • Single enterprisenetwork mgmt

  • PBX replacement

  • 100’s of ports

  • Central Office Design

  • SS7 signaling

  • > 100,000 port density

  • Carrier-class, SS7 connectivity

  • Plug-and-play installation

  • Distributed switch scalability


We have liftoff

Winter 1998

Nuvo 100Field trials

Summer 1998

Seed Financing

Winter 1997

Recruited Core Engineering Team

Fall 1997

Company Start

We Have Liftoff...


Staging

June 1999

Nuvo 500 GA

First Revenue

Shipment

March 1999

Introduced

Nuvo 500

August 1999

Introduced

Entry-levelNuvo 200

Spring 1999

Recruited Operations & Sales Team

Staging


Shooting for the stars

May 2000

Next Gen GA

December 1999

Next Gen Lab Demo

Summer 2000

Ship 10,000 ports

January 2000

Carry 1 million minutes through Nuvo boxes

Shooting For The Stars


Business model

$198M

Services

Software

$61M

Hardware

$1.6M

1999

2001

2003

Business Model


Expertise and experience
Expertise and Experience

Acting CEO, Co-founder Craig Forney

VP Marketing, Co-founder John Chun

VP Engineering Craig Forney

VP Sales Gene Daly

VP Systems Engineering Mark Fogarsi

VP Business Development Tom Hakel

VP of Operations Alex Finch

Advisory Board

Cisco, Nortel, Summa Four Bell Canada, BancBoston Robertson Stephens Cabletron Systems


Summary
Summary

  • Market is exploding, with noincumbent market leader

  • Telco-in-a-box makes it easy

  • We’re shipping product today!

  • Exciting investment opportunity


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