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Fulfilling the WiMAX Promise

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  1. Fulfilling the WiMAX Promise

  2. Aperto’s PacketMAX System PacketMAX 200 & 300 Series: Consumer & Business CPE PacketMAX 5000: Modular Base Station PacketMAX Family of Indoor Units: - Data only - Data + Voice - E1/T1 support - WiFi PacketMAX 3000: Stackable Base Station

  3. PacketMAX System • Wireless Interface • Full 802.16-2004 support (OFDM256) • 3.5 GHz TDD profiles: 1.75 to 14 MHz channels (first version limited to 7 MHz) • More than 40 Mbps per channel with 14 MHz channels in 3.5 GHz band • System will be capable of 60Mbps per channel with 20 MHz channels • Configurable from 3,300 to 3,600 MHz • Support from 3,600 MHz to 3,800 MHz with another radio • Options for other frequency bands (2.5 GHz, 5 GHz planned ) • ATCA Base Station • Up to twelve wireless ports (hot swappable) • Backhaul and wireless channel redundancy (planned 1:1 and 1:N) • Support for both WiMAX and PacketWave channels (planned) • Service Level Compatibility with PacketWave System • Same provisioning model • Supports same service levels (plus more) • Same networking features • Evolved EMS for large scale deployments

  4. Key Advantages of PacketMAX • Industry Leading Multi-Services Platform for fast ROI • Designed for simultaneous delivery of multi-tiered Data, Voice & Video • Comprehensive QoS – ServiceQ delivers higher level functionality with unmatched intelligent traffic classification • Optimized for IP Voice – High PPS throughput, low latency, PHS, simplified provisioning, dynamic channel allocation, integrated voice ports • Most Spectrum & Network Flexible System– WiMAX TDD • Single channel, software select center frequency & channel width • Most Spectral Efficient – TDD on Subscriber & Base Station • Easy migration & co-existence with “16e” – TDD based • Most Comprehensive IP Networking Functionality • From Routing to VLAN handling; enabling extensive IP Services • Scalable Base Station Platforms fit range of Service Profiles • OptimaLink – Dynamic Per-Subscriber Link Optimization • CPE Partnerships – Multiple ODM’s delivering low-cost CPE

  5. PM5000 – WiMAX Modular Base Station • Modular & Redundant • ATCA Backplane and Chassis • WiMAX Portable / 16e Ready • High Port Density • Up to 12 Wireless ports using 4 sub-modules per QWC card • WSC sub-modules are hot-swappable with front access • Wireless channels can be used as a sector or for redundancy • Up to 2 Main System Controller (MSC) Cards • Redundant Shelf Manager, Backhaul and Sync functions • Dual Ethernet ports on MSC (traffic backhaul & management) • Supports both WiMAX & Classic PacketWave (planned) • Radio redundancy 1:1 or 1:n with outdoor RF switches (planned)

  6. PM5000 – Wireless & Backhaul Ports WSC x4 (Wireless System Controller Module) Wireless Ports QWC (Quad Wireless Controller) MSC (Main System Controller) Shelf Manager (Serial & Ethernet) 10/100 BaseT Interface 100/1000 BaseT Interface CLI (Ethernet) Synchronization Ports CLI (Serial)

  7. PM3000 – Stackable Base Station • Stackable Single-Sector WiMAX Base Station • Ethernet 10/100Base-T Interface • Synchronization Ports • SNMP & Web based Management • Multiple Radio & Antenna Options • Encryption – 3DES & AES • CCM, 128 and 1024 • Advanced Networking Functionality • Comprehensive QoS & Intelligent Classification of Traffic into multiple Flows (limited to 4 flows per CPE) • Routing of multiple subnets on the wireless port • VLAN in multiple modes • Advanced Bridging – thousands of MAC addresses per CPE Sync Ports Ethernet Port Radio IF Port

  8. WiMAX Subscriber Equipment PacketMAX 200 – Consumer • 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Port • Bridge/VLAN • 4 Service Flows • 5 Hosts PacketMAX 300 – Business • 10/100 Base-T Ethernet Port • Bridge, Router, NAT and VLAN functionality • Integral NAT and DHCP Servers for plug and play • 16 Service Flows with Intelligent Classifier • 802.1Q VLAN Tagging, Pass Through, Classification • DHCP/TFTP client for automatic provisioning • Filtering, SNMP and Web management • Integral 18dBi antenna or external antenna option Voice Option • 2 voice ports • Support for H323 & SIP • T.38 Fax Support • G711 & G729 Codecs

  9. PacketMAX Subscriber Models CONSUMER BUSINESS

  10. PacketMAX Performance – Throughput 5 ms frame Guard Interval: 1/8 DL/UL: 50/50 5 ms frame Guard Interval: 1/8 DL/UL: 70/30 5 ms frame Guard Interval: 1/32 DL/UL: 70/30

  11. PacketMAX Performance – Latency • Latency is as important as net throughput: • Impacts TCP performance • Necessary for VoIP services • Necessary for TDM emulation (e.g. E1 over WiMAX) • As for throughput, latency depends on system configuration • Service classes: CBR uses UGS for low jitter; CIR w/ rtPS for non constant bit rate • Frame parameters: the shorter the frame, the lower the latency and throughput • Up to more than 60 Mbps per channel with 20 MHz channels • ARQ impacts latency and jitter – if application tolerates BER, it can be turned off • PacketMax allows a flexible configuration of all parameters and QoS attributes • Example: • 2.5 ms frames, 50/50 UL/DL

  12. PacketMAX – ServiceQ • Service Classes: CBR, CIR and Best Effort • Differentiated Scheduling: • CBR  Unsolicited Grant Scheduling • CIR  Real Time or Non-Real Time Polling • Best Effort  Round Robin • Up to 19 service flows for intra-QoS • Up to 16 for traffic • Up to 3 for management • Classifiers at Layer 2, 3 and 4 • MAC addresses, VLAN, 802.1p • IP addresses, IP ToS • Port numbers, etc.

  13. Service Flow Application TOS Service Flow Network Service Flow Source IP Service Flow Destination MAC • Classifiers: • Selected criteria for matching a Service Flow Classifiers based on • Layer 2, Layer 3 and Layer 4 criteria, i.e. by: • MAC address destination/source • VLAN destination/source • IP address destination/source • TOS • Port (i.e. port 80)

  14. Configuration and Management • Based on 802.16 Provisioning Model: • Configuration files stored on DHCP/TFTP servers • Authorization and access controlled by Base Station • Configuration & Management Tools: • Web GUI based for simple and flexible system access • Standard SNMP access to all fault, performance, accounting and security parameters and statistics • EMS for large scale operations • Installation Tools and Utilities: • Installation Manager, Status Manager, Provisioning Manager, Diagnostic Manager • Software Upgrade Manager

  15. WaveMAX EMS • FCAPS model: • Fault Management • Configuration Management • Performance and measurements • Security Management • Hierarchical and tabular presentations • Alarm information • Inventory information • Graphical representation • Performance data

  16. WiMAX Forum Certification Plan • Private Interoperability & Plug Fests : June 2005 • WiMAX Certification Lab Plug Fest Start: June 2005 • WiMAX Certification Lab Conformance: July 2005 • Initial Operator Trials: August 2005 • Production Limited Availability: December 2005 Industry Leading – Certification in First Wave TDD Profiles

  17. Pre-WiMAX vs. WiMAX System Level Comparison

  18. Base Station Comparison

  19. Performance Comparison

  20. Service Level Comparison

  21. PacketMAX Overlay to PacketWave • Overlay Strategy • Backward compatibility is achieved at the Base Station level • Each Sector can be served by both Aperto Classic and WiMAX • Synchronization will eliminate interference issues Sync • WiMAX-based Systems will share: • Same Channel Widths • Same Frame Synchronization • Synchronization between equipment is supported

  22. WiMAX Product Portfolio Plan PacketMAX 5000 PacketMAX 3000 PacketMAX 2000 3.3 – 3.6 GHz 3.6 – 3.8 GHz Base Station Equipment 2.5 – 2.7 GHz 5.4 – 5.7 GHz 5.7 – 5.9 GHz Classic WiMAX Modular ATCA Macro Base Station Stackable Mini Base Station All Outdoor Micro Base Station HP-BSR 3.3 – 3.6 GHz 3.6 – 3.8 GHz 2.5 – 2.7 GHz High Power (28 dBm) Base Station Radios 5.4 – 5.7 GHz 5.7 – 5.9 GHz Subscriber Equipment Family of Indoor Units Outdoor Units Data, Voice, WiFi PacketMAX 300 Series PacketMAX 200 Series Business CPE Advanced IP Networking Consumer CPE Wireless Bridge 3.3 – 3.6 GHz 3.6 – 3.8 GHz 5.4 – 5.7 GHz 5.7 – 5.9 GHz 2.5 – 2.7 GHz

  23. PacketMAX Subscriber Options 300 Series Business CPEs Advanced IP Networking 200 Series Consumer CPEs Cost Effective Wireless Bridges PacketMAX 200 PacketMAX 300 Data-only Data Only with 1 Ethernet RJ-45 Data Only with 1 Ethernet RJ-45 PacketMAX 220 PacketMAX 320 Data + Voice Voice Telephony 1 Ethernet RJ-45 + 2 POTS RJ-11 Voice Telephony 1 Ethernet RJ-45 + 2 POTS RJ-11 PacketMAX 290 PacketMAX 380 1 Ethernet RJ-45 + 8 POTS RJ-11 + T-1/E-1 Connectivity to Enterprise PBX, Key Systems 1 Ethernet RJ-45 + WiFi 802.11a/b/g Access Point

  24. WiMAX Product Availability • Certification Start: July 2005 for 3.5 GHz profiles • Spectrum • 3.5 GHz: 2H 2005 • 2.5 GHz: 2H 2005 • 5.8 GHz: 1H 2006 • PacketMAX 5000: • First phase (up to 7 MHz channels, no 1:N redundancy) • Second phase (support for 20 MHz channels, redundancy, higher power radios): 1H2006 • PacketMAX CPEs: • Data only PacketMAX 200 & 300: Q4 2005 • Integrated VoIP PacketMAX 200 & 320: 1H 2006 • Support for 20 MHz channels: 1H 2006 • PacketMAX 380 with T1/E1: 2H 2006 • PacketMAX 290 with WiFi support: 2H 2006

  25. Aperto Product Roadmap 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 WiMAX-class Products • PacketWave • Aperto SoC-based Infrastructure & CPE • Patented Technology • Carrier-Class Reliability & QoS WiMAX-Certified Products • Aperto WiMAX-Fixed • WiMAX SoC-based Infrastructure & CPE • Interoperability • Patented Systems Technology • Carrier-Class Reliability & QoS 802.16e Products Total Cost per user • Aperto WiMAX-Nomadic/Mobile • WiMAX-e Chip Infrastructure • Interoperability • Patented Systems Technology • Carrier-Class Reliability & QoS