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Wireless Broadband Solutions The 8th Arab Telecom and Internet Forum 24 - 25 May 2006 / Shangri-la Resort Muscat, Oman . Noel Kirkaldy , Director Wireless Broadband, Motorola, Networks and Enterprise. VIDEO LAPTOP ACCESS VoIP. Total. Bandwidth Demand. SMS. Rich Data. MMS. ARPU.

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Wireless Broadband Solutions

The 8th Arab Telecom and Internet Forum

24 - 25 May 2006 / Shangri-la Resort

Muscat, Oman

Noel Kirkaldy,

Director Wireless Broadband,

Motorola, Networks and Enterprise

is there a requirement for wireless broadband
VIDEO

LAPTOP ACCESS

VoIP

Total

Bandwidth

Demand

SMS

Rich Data

MMS

ARPU

Is there a requirement for Wireless Broadband?

92,011

Worldwide Operator Data Revenue ($M)

100,000

  • Demand for bandwidth is outpacing ARPU growth
    • GAMING (multiplayer)
    • MUSIC

71,272

75,000

51,897

50,000

34,177

20,311

25,000

12,978

8,499

5,778

2,977

541

0

1999

2000

2001

2002

2003

2004

2005

2006

2007

2008

Example Rich IP

Multimedia applications

forces of growth
Forces of Growth
  • Drives telecom industry demand for:

Feature-rich applications increasingly popularized

by operators seeking to differentiate services

Seamless mobility across networks and devices

drives integration and convergence

Ubiquitous connections deliver a “personal

broadband on-the-go”

cellular fixed worlds converge
Cellular/Fixed: Worlds Converge

EV-DO  DO+, EV-DV  DV+

HSDPA  Enhanced UL (R6/R7)

4G Air Interfaces

Mobile

Broadband

Cellular Industry

HSDPA

Fixed

Wireless

Industry

2G

3.5G

Wide Area

Mobile

3G

2.5G

TDD

802.16e

(Mobile)

Coverage/Mobility

Metro Area

Nomadic

802.16a/d

(Fixed

NLOS)

802.11n (smart antennas)

802.11 with Mesh extns.

802.16

(Fixed LOS)

802.11

b/a/g

Local AreaFixed

Fixed Wireless Industry

Data Speeds (Kbps) span a wide range

100,000

10

advancing technology
LTE

CDMA 1X

WCDMA

EV-DOr0

HSDPA

HSUPA

EV-DOrA

EV-DOrB

EV-DOrC

4G

WiMAX

802.16e

Advancing Technology

3GPP

EVOLUTION

3GPP2

EVOLUTION

REVOLUTION

wireless broadband solutions
WiMAX

Backhaul

BPL

Mesh

Canopy

High-performing, standards-based broadband wireless access

Point-to-point & Point-to-multipoint high throughput

Extend connections to multi-tenant units using powerline

Fixed and mobile, area wide coverage solutions

Proven broadband wireless access solution

Wireless Broadband Solutions
segments
Government & Enterprise

Wireless

Wireline

New Entrants

Segments

MOTOwi4 solutions complement and complete operator networks

Solutions can be deployed as complementary

to existing networks or as a primary access

technology where alternatives do not exist

Current investments, access to spectrum, and

customer use cases will drive the operator’s

spend decisions

wimax
WiMAX
  • 802.16 Rev. E
  • will deliver:
  • Volume deployments lead to economies of scale
  • Commitment from major chipset manufacturers
  • Enhanced Physical Layer
  • High-performing coding schemes
  • Advanced antenna techniques
  • Power reduction
  • Future-capable solutions
  • Ubiquitous broadband will be a key differentiator
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WiMAX from Hype to Reality

Wateen Telecom-Pakistan selects Motorolato deploy the largest 802.16e WiMAX network in the world with over one million users

broadband access solutions for mea
Fiber

Addressable Market

WiMAX

ARPU

CDMA

Broadband Access Solutions for MEA
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