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LTE/WIMAX Overview

Agenda


Why Broadband



LTE/WIMAX Technology



What is the market Potential



Network and Devices



Operators strategy



Progress So far

What is driving BROADBAND adoption


The explosive
acceptance

of the Internet

1

Time taken to reach the 10 million customer mark after being introduced to the mass market

Pager
Telephone
Cable TV
Fax Machine
VCR
Cell Phone
Personal Computer
CD-ROM Drive
Wireless Data Services
Internet (WWW)
41 Years

38 Years

25 Years

22 Years

9 Years

9 Years

7 Years

6 Years

6 Years

<2 Years

2


Internet users want &

demand speed

BROADBAND DRIVING CONVERGENCE


New Internet
applications for
businesses and
consumers

3

4

Minimum

1.5 Mbps

Teleworking

E
-
Commerce

Video

WW Households With Internet Access:

Narrowband vs. Broadband

(in millions)

Suitable

241

274

311

100

129

158

59%

53%

49%

51%

41%

47%

0

100

200

300

400

2004

2005

2006

0%

20%

40%

60%

80%

100%

YOY % Growth

WW Online Households

BB Households

% BB Households

% Dial
-
Up Households


Broadband
subscriptions
accelerating

WIRELESS DRIVERS


FASTER, FILLS GAPS &
COSTS TO FALL


WiBB fills broadband’s
gaps

8

WiFi

Wimax

1990s

2000

2010

Adoption Curve

The Path to Volume Economics

Ethernet

7


Standards & user
acceptance lowers cost.

OTHER DRIVERS


PUBLIC SECTOR, REAL
-
LAST
-
MILE ALTERNATIVES


Public Sector


Economic,
Social, Educational
Development and Public
Safety

9

10


Finally, a low cost last
-
mile
competitor



LTE/WIMAX Technology

Two Key technologies are evolving to meet the Wireless
Broadband Requirements

802.11n

(smart antennas)

802.11

Mesh extns.

Local Area

Fixed

Wide Area

Mobile

Coverage/Mobility

Metro Area

Nomadic

802.16

(Fixed LOS)

802.16a/d

(Fixed NLOS)

802.11b/a/g

Mobile Industry

Fixed Wireless Industry

4G Air Interfaces

Data Rates (kbps)

100,000 +

3GPP2

CDMA

2000
-
1X

HRPDA

1x

EVDO

1x EVDV

Rel. C

1x EVDV

Rel. D

GSM

UMTS

HSPA

GPRS

EDGE

LTE

3GPP

MOBILE
BROADBAND

DSL Experience

Dial Up

Higher Data Rate / Lower Cost per Bit

802.16e

(Mobile WIMAX)

Radio Access Network


+
OFDMA Technology

+
Downlink 100Mbps+

+
Uplink 20
-
50Mbps+

+
User <10msec latency


+
Flexible spectrum



1.25
-
20MHz

+
FDD and TDD


+
VoIP ~3x time

UMTS capacity


+
MIMO/Beamforming

+
E2E QOS

Packet Core

+
New all IP collapsed

architecture


+
Centralized mobility

and application layer

(IMS based)


+
E2E QOS


+
Access technology

agnostic


+
Connect to legacy

GSM/UMTS core (LTE)

WMAX/LTE Specifications

Motorola Confidential Proprietary, LTE CxO Overview, Rev 1

MOTOROLA and the Stylized M Logo are registered in the US Patent & Trademark Office. All other product or service names are t
he
property of their respective owners. © Motorola, Inc. 2007

HSDPA vs. WiMAX Air Interface Performance

Attribute
HSDPA
Spectrum Occupancy
10 MHz
(5 DL+ 5 UL)
10 MHz
5 MHz
Duplexing
FDD
TDD, 70% DL (data)
TDD, 50% DL (voice)
TDD, 70% DL (data)
TDD, 50% DL (voice)
Frequency Reuse
1 site, 1 sector reuse
3 sectors per site
1 site, 1 sector reuse
3 sectors per site
1 site, 1 sector reuse
3 sectors per site
BS Configuration
"Macro" BTS/Node B
20W output
"BS2.2" w/o TxAA
2W output
"BS2.2" w/o TxAA
2W output
System Configuration
2.8km Intersite distance
30 km per hour
1.2km Intersite distance
30 km per hour
1.2km Intersite distance
30 km per hour
Sector Throughput (F/L)
Web Browsing with TCP/IP (kbps)
1400
3200
1376
Sector Throughput (F/L)
Full buffer Traffic (kbps)
3000
6000
2580
Sector Throughput (R/L)
Full buffer Traffic (kbps)
1100
1500
645
Voice Capacity (F/L) (Erlangs)
120
150
75 (est.)
Voice Capacity (R/L) (Erlangs)
80
120
60 (est.)
F/L Data Spectral Efficiency
web browsing
(bps/Hz)
0.28
0.46
0.40
F/L Data Spectral Efficiency
full buffer (bps/Hz)
0.60
0.86
0.74
R/L Data Spectral Efficiency (bps/Hz)
0.22
0.50
0.43
Voice Spectral Efficiency (E/MHz)
Per Site
24
36
36 (est.)
802.16e
+
True high
-
speed mobile data

+
Full
-
motion HD video anywhere

+
Stream any content

+
Mobile peer2peer & Web 2.0

+
Quadruple play

+
Faster email access

+
Instantaneous web pages

EDGE

EVDO
-
A

HSDPA

LTE/Wimax

Fiber

ADSL
-
2+

ADSL

Mbps

40
-
100Mbps

Fiber like speed on mobile

Faster

30
-
10msec
latency

Highly Responsive Multimedia

+
Improved user experience

+
Fast VoIP call set
-
up

+
Instantaneous web pages

+
Streaming fast buffering

+
Online mobile gaming

EDGE

EVDO
-
A

HSDPA

LTE/WIMAX

Fiber

ADSL
-
2+

ADSL

msec

More Responsive

+
Spectral efficiency

Better utilization of spectrum available

+
Low frequency, Advanced
Receivers and Smart Antenna

For improved coverage and reduced

cost of ownership

+
Increased Capacity

Much higher user and sector throughput

for lower individual cost service delivery

+
Simpler RAN, IP Core &
Centralized service delivery

Fewer nodes & interfaces (Node
-
B/RNC/Gateway)

One Network & IMS for all access
technologies

+
Connect to legacy cores

Existing network asset investment protection

+
3GPP/2 Market traction

Economy of scale

LTE/WIMAX VoIP cost*

UMTS rel.99 voice call cost

$

10%

3GPP subscribers

85% market share

Predicted LTE VoIP voice call cost*
-

Sound Partners Limited Research

Lower Cost

+
40
-
100Mbps Sector Throughput

More capacity per user

+
Spectrum Bandwidth

Up to 20MHz

+
Spectrum Efficiency

Much higher bits/sec/Hz

+
Spectrum Flexibility

Flexible Bandwidth (1.25 MHz to 20 MHz)

Expand spectrum as demand grows

+
Centralized IMS services

Easy to upgrade application capacity

+
Voice Capacity

Up to 105 VoIP calls per sector per MHz*

105 Simultaneous

Calls per sector / 1MHz

1
-
8Mbps expected

User bandwidth

Added Capacity

Simulated Maximum VoIP capacity based on 8Kbps CODEC

+
Access network agnostic

Common core for all access technology

+
Centralized IMS services

Common applications across

access technology

+
IP Based core

Adapted to data service delivery

+
Spectrum flexibility

1.25 to 20MHz for re
-
use in

existing spectrum

+
End
-
2
-
End QoS

Allow prioritization of different

class of service

+
Connect to legacy networks

Offer smooth subscriber LTE migration

Flexible

IMS

Layer

Application services

Mobility, Policy and

Administration Services

EPC

Core network

Access technologies

connection gateways

Access

Technologies

WiMAX

LTE

DSLAM

WiFi

Devices

3G/HSDPA vs. WIMAX/LTE Network Architecture

Traditional Cellular Architecture

Base Stations

Carrier Access Point (CAP) Architecture

=

Operator’s

IP Network

MSS

SGSN

GGSN

Media

Gateway

CAP

Controller

VoIP
Gateway

or IMS

Data

Gateway

or IMS

Internet

PSTN

Internet

PSTN

Base Station

Controllers

Access Points

Lower Cost!

Any off
-
the
-
shelf

IP network with

Mobile IP support

=

+
Frequency spectrum choice

& flexibility

Deploy in GSM, CDMA, UMTS band

+
Global roaming

3GPP evolution & spectrum heritage

2G & 3G networks sub
-
layers

+
Connect to legacy networks

Offer smooth subscriber LTE migration

3GPP technologies

~85% of mobile market

450, 700, 850, 900, 1700,
1800, 1900, 2100, 2500MHz

Connect to existing

3GPP & 3GPP2 networks

Global /LTE

2.5GHz spectrum is critical to LTE /WiMAX success in EMEA

FDD Downlink

FDD Uplink

TDD or FDD Downlink

{FDD pairing undefined}

Proposed Paired Blocks @
constant 120MHz separation

2500

2690

2620

2570

Note: Frequencies in MHz

Auction Bands
in the UK

TDD
Extra

TDD
Extra

RAS

ESS

Fixed P
-
P

PMSE

MSS s
-
e

Proposed TDD 60MHz

2.5GHz auction in Europe will be in 2008/9 will enable new
Entrant and Services

Global License Award


More than 1000 WiMAX license holders globally


Operators of diverse profiles from all regions


Commercial trials extending to commercial deployments

Motorola Global

WiMAX Engagements

Over 1000 WiMAX license holders globally

Diverse profile of operators across all provider types

»
Introduction of a global
standard with new spectrum
has introduced a variety of
potential players

»
Global regulators issuing
new spectrum all the time

WiMAX Spectrum Holders

Operator Type

% of Total
Licensees*

Wireless

28%

Wireline Telco

21%

ISP

19%

Mixed Asset

12%

Media

11%

Cable MSO

3%

New Entrant

3%

Satellite

3%

* Calculated from identifiable spectrum holders

Spectrum Available For WiMAX Deployment

Canada

2.3/2.5 GHz

3.5/5 GHz

USA

1.5/2.3 GHz

2.5/5 GHz

LAC

2.5/3.5 GHz

5 GHz

Europe

3.5 GHz

5 GHz

Russia

2.3/2.5/3.5 GHz

5 GHz

Asia Pacific

2.3/3.3/3.5 GHz

5 GHz

MEA

3.5 GHz

5 GHz

Source: Nortel, October 2006

Spectrally agile systems may be required as new spectrum becomes
available in regions around the world (e.g. 700 MHz, 1700 MHz)

WiMAX Frequency Allocations

WiMAX is a new, global standard employing new
frequency allocations

This opens the door to the new players seeking to build new networks



3.5

2.5

2.3

3.6

3.3

5.8

47%

26%

21%

3%

2%

2%

Global WiMAX Licensed Frequency Allocations


Significant spectrum licensed within WiMAX allocated frequencies


On average, operators have access to over 50 MHz of spectrum



LTE/WIMAX Market Potential

2005
-
2015

Wireless

Industry Forecast

16.5
10.1
7.4
2.0
38.5
39.7
37.3
34.7
31.8
29.1
25.8
22.2
19.0
15.2
11.9
14.2
18.8
22.2
24.9
26.6
27.1
11.6
26.4
24.0
20.4
15.5
1.5
3.2
5.9
20.6
3.8
5.6
12.5
11.5
11.1
10.9
10.5
9.9
9.4
2.5
4.1
6.7
7.9
5.4
1.2
1.4
0.8
1.1
2.4
3.7
5.7
8.1
10.8
14.0
17.5
0
5
10
15
20
25
30
35
40
45
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
2013
2014
2015
GSM/GPRS/EDGE
WCDMA/HSDPA
LTE (3GPP)
CDMA
(IS95-A / 1X RTT / EV-DO)
UMB/LTE (3GPP2)
iDEN
WiMAX Mobile (802.16e)
Source: H&N, Strategy & Technology ,
September 2007


Declining growth expected for
traditional cellular infrastructure
(2006
-
2010)



2009
-
10 growth driven by

WiMAX 802.16e + LTE


W
-
CDMA spending continues
in Western Europe, North
America and Japan



GSM remains strong in LAC,
MEA, China and India

WW TAM by Technology $ (in billions)

World Total

76.4
75.7
75.0
64.0
66.6
68.2
69.4
70.6
72.2
74.0
74.3
60
70
80

1.0
%


0.9
%


0.9
%


0.4
%


2.5
%


2.3
%


1.8
%


1.7
%


2.4
%


4.1
%

World by Technology

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

2010

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

GSM/GPRS/EDGE

38.5

39.7

37.3

34.7

31.8

29.1

25.8

22.2

19.0

15.2

11.9

WCDMA/HSDPA

11.6

14.2

18.8

22.2

24.9

26.6

27.1

26.4

24.0

20.4

16.5

LTE (3GPP)

0

0

0

0

0.4

1.5

3.2

5.9

10.1

15.5

20.6

CDMA

(IS95
-
A / 1X RTT / EV
-
DO)

12.5

11.5

11.1

10.9

10.5

9.9

9.4

7.4

5.6

3.8

2.0

UMB/LTE (3GPP2)

0

0

0

0

0.2

1

2.5

4.1

5.4

6.7

7.9

iDEN

1.4

1.2

0.8

0.5

0.5

0.4

0.3

0.2

0.1

0.05

0

WiMAX Mobile (802.16e)

0.0

0.0

0.2

1.1

2.4

3.7

5.7

8.1

10.8

14.0

17.5

WW Total Mobility Public

64.0

66.6

68.2

69.4

70.6

72.2

74.0

74.3

75.0

75.7

76.4

YOY Change

4.1%

2.4%

1.7%

1.8%

2.3%

2.5%

0.4%

0.9%

0.9%

1.0%

Wireless Industry Breakdown by Region

and Technology for 2006

LAC
6%
NA
20%
AP
31%
EMEA
43%
Total $66.6B

Region

iDEN
1.8%
CDMA
17%
WCDMA/HSDP
A
21.3%
GSM / GPRS /
EDGE
59.6%
Technology

Source: Strategy & Technology , September 2007

Europe : Top Five Markets


When will wireless broadband deliver?


GPRS/EDGE/UMTS not good enough for wireless broadband



mobile Broadband will move mainstream in next 5 years


0
100,000,000
200,000,000
300,000,000
400,000,000
2001
2002
2003
2004
2005
2006
2007
2008
2009
2010
2011
2012
WCDMA-BB
WCDMA
GSM

Source: Informa, “Future Mobile Broadband, 2
nd

Edition”


In 2007


Mobile Broadband Subs = 2%


Rear view mirror perspective



By 2012


Mobile Broadband devices = 86%


Mobile Broadband subs = 55%


Forward looking perspective

outdoor CPE

“By 2008, 14 million laptops will have WIMAX
built
-
in”

-

Intel

digital cameras

set top boxes

WIMAX technology will in most

consumer devices

CHANGING THE WAY WE:

laptops

Gaming consoles

pdas

televisions

MP3 player

vehicles

Video

cameras

indoor CPE

handsets




Network & Devices

Deployed


Current WiMAX TRX Portfolio

DAP TRX

(Diversity Access
Point)

DAP TRX

SAAP TRX

(Smart Antenna Access
Point)

SAAP TRX


Single Carrier Macro
AP TRX


Tower Top Type


Hardware combination:


BCU (or small BCU)


2.3/ 2.5/ 3.5GHz


2.5GHz: 1x10MHz or
5MHz


Diversity Rx, Tx


1W x 2 Transmit Power


MIMO (Matrix A /B)


Size:


177.8mmW x 228.6D x
711.2T


Weight: 14.0kg

*excluding Solar
-
cover and
mounting bracket


Location: Outdoor


Single Carrier Macro
AP TRX


Tower Top Type


Hardware
combination:


BCU (or small BCU)


3.5GHz


1x10MHz or 5MHz


Beam Forming 8Rx,
4Tx


1W x 4 Transmit Power


Size:


584.2mmW x 254D x
1041.4T


Weight: 47.7kg

*excluding Solar
-
cover and
mounting bracket


Location: Outdoor

SC
-
GAP TRX

(Single Carrier GAP)

SC
-
GAP TRX

MC
-
DAP TRX

(Multi Carrier DAP)

MC
-
DAP TRX

Under Development


Single Carrier Macro
AP TRX


Tower Bottom Type


Hardware
combination:


BCU (or small BCU)


2.5GHz


1x10MHz or 5MHz


Diversity Rx, Tx


10W x2 Transmit
Power


MIMO (Matrix A/ B)


Location: Outdoor


Multi Carrier Macro AP
TRX


Tower Top Type


Hardware combination:


BCU (or small BCU)


2.5/ 3.5GHz


2.5GHz 20MHz Multi
Carrier capable:


1x20MHz, 2x10MHz,
4x5MHz


Diversity Rx, Tx


1W x2 Transmit Power


MIMO (Matrix A /B)


Location: Outdoor

MC
-
GAP TRX


Multi Carrier Macro AP
TRX


Tower Bottom Type


Hardware combination:


BCU (or small BCU)


2.5GHz20MHz Multi
Carrier capable:


1x20MHz, 2x10MHz,
4x5MHz


Diversity Rx, Tx


10W x2Transmit Power


MIMO (Matrix A /B)


Location: Outdoor

Planned


MC
-
GAP TRX

(Multi Carrier GAP)

Highly Leverage into LTE (FDD) Products

Physical Configurations

Digital /
Modem
Subsystem

RF Modules and
Antennas

Traditional Base Site
Configuration

Remote RF
Configuration

Smart Antenna
Configuration

Fixed/Nomadic WiMAX Devices


First
-
rate Consumer and Industrial Design and Manufacturing


Best
-
in
-
Class RF Performance


IPR and TDD Cost Advantages

Alliance with Intel


By 2008,

14 Million Laptops

will have 802.16e

built
-
in
!

Mobile Devices

Multimedia

Productivity

Experience

Entertainment

Experience

Simple

Data/VoIP

Browsing

WiMAX /
GSM /
WiFi

WiMAX /
GSM /
WiFi

WiMAX /
GSM /
WiFi

2.5 GHZ

2.5 GHZ

2.5 GHZ

WiMAX only
test device

2.5 GHZ

Final form factors to be determined

“Broadband on the go”

Key Features



Seamless Mobility WiMAX@2.5 GHz, GSM, and WiFi



Vibrant 2.8’ QVGA Display



3.1 Megapixel Digital Auto Focus Camera with Flash



Windows Mobile Operating System 6.0



Innovative Form Factor

Full QWERTY Access



Broadcast TV and Video on Demand



Suite of Productivity Applications



Full Portal Browsing; Adobe Flash, YouTube, My Space



Video Conferencing with Dedicated VGA Camera



Bluetooth 2.0



High Speed USB



Voice Over IP Enabled



TV Out Capability

An innovative device offering multiple simultaneous sessions for greater
business productivity and enhanced multimedia experiences

“Entertainment at your fingertips”

Key Features



WiMAX@2.5 GHz, GSM and WiFi



Vibrant 2.4” QVGA Display



2 Megapixel Camera



Windows Mobile Operating System 6.0



Convenient Slider Form Factor



Easy to Access Music and Video Experiences



Video Conferencing



Voice Over IP Enabled



Stereo Bluetooth



High Speed USB



Application Morphing



External Data Storage



Create and Share Experiences



Broadband Multimedia


Enjoy Interactive Music and Video Images On the Go While Leveraging
WiMAX Upload Speed


Key Features



WiMAX@2.5 GHz, GSM and WiFi



Large 176x220 TFT Display



High Speed Internet Browsing Capability



Voice Over IP Enabled



Simple Email Everywhere



Broadband to Your Home



Simple to Use and Access Features



Streaming Radio

Differentiated Voice plus Super Fast Internet Access

“Simple, Fast Internet on the go”



Operator Strategy/Proposition

New market segments for fixed and
mobile operators

Entertainment


Music


Video


Gaming

Information


Web services


VPN access


LBS

Multimedia
Communications


Email/IM/SMS


MMS


Video
-
conf.

Voice
Communications


Local/LD


VAS


Push
-
to
-
Talk

Home

Office

Mobile

Hot Spots

Applications

Convergence or FMS for
Mobile Operator

Environments

Mobile

Operator

Entertainment


Music


Video


Gaming

Information


Web services


VPN access


LBS

Multimedia
Communications


Email/IM/SMS


MMS


Video
-
conf.

Voice
Communications


Local/LD


VAS


Push
-
to
-
Talk

Home

Office

Mobile

Hot Spots

Applications

Convergence for
Fixed

Operator

Environments




Fixed
Operator/

New
Entrant

Wholesale is important

End user Market

Residential

SME

Corporates

ISPs

Mobile

Operators

Distribution

Channels

Mass Markets

(Indirect Sales Channel)

Niche Markets

(Direct Sales Channel)

Partner/Channel

Manager

Accountmanager

MVNOs

Cable

Companies

14

Case Study :WIMAX value
proposition

39

Services

Potential

Monthly

ARPU

Broadband

DSL 256k
-
2M

$30
-
$180

Data

256K
-
2M

$50
-
$100

Leased Lines

$300
-
$3000

Wholesale

$10
-
$15

Start with Dual Play package in October 2007

Mobile Broadband

Broadband


Web services


VPN access


Data services


LBS


Email/IM

Entertainment on
Demand


Music


Movie


Gaming


Video streaming


Media servers
photo


Fixed Voice
Communications


Local/LD


VAS


PBX

Home

Office

Mobile

Hot Spots

Applications

Triple Play 2007/08

Environments




MENA

Telecom

Services

Potential

Monthly

ARPU

Fixed Voice

$3
-
$10

Broadband

DSL 256k
-
2M

$30
-
$180

Leased Lines

$300
-
$3000

Wholesale

$10
-
$15

Data/VPN

256K
-
2M

$50
-
$100

Leased Lines

$300
-
$3000

Triple Play package in 2007/8

Mobile Broadband

Broadband


Web services


VPN access


Data services


LBS


Email/IM

Entertainment on
Demand


Music


Movie


Gaming


Video streaming


Media servers
photo


Fixed Voice
Communications


Local/LD


VAS


PBX

Home

Office

Mobile

Hot Spots

Applications

Triple Play 2007/08

Environments




MENA

Telecom

Mobile

Broadband

Broadband


Web services


VPN access


Email/IM


Video


Multimedia/


Entertainment


Music


Video


Gaming

Fixed Voice
Communications


Local/LD


VAS

Home

Office

Mobile

Hot Spots

Applications

Quad Play in 2008/9

Environments




MENA

Telecom

Quad Play package in 2008/9 by adding Mobility

Services

Potential

Monthly

ARPU

Mobility and

Roaming

$10
-
$20

Fixed Voice

$3
-
$10

Broadband

DSL 256k
-
2M

$30
-
$180

Leased Lines

$300
-
$3000

Wholesale

$10
-
$15

Data/VPN

256K
-
2M

$50
-
$100

Leased Lines

$300
-
$3000



Progress So far

Sprint

Value Proposition

Target Segments

Differentiators

Services Offered

Major Competitors

Complement existing services

Expand mobile broadband market

Low Cost nationwide service

Full Mobility

CE devices, Portable Multimedia Users

Residential

Enterprise

SoHo

CE Devices Users

First
-
to
-
Market

Nationwide Coverage

Anywhere broadband for CE devices

Dual Mode (WiMAX/CDMA) handsets

Home/SoHo Broadband

Visual centric Portable Multimedia

Interactive Applications

CE Devices support

Incumbent Wireless Operators

Incumbent Cable Operators

First
-
to
-
Market

Nationwide

WiMAX 16e Mobile

Network

In the USA

Sprint makes $3B bet on WiMax

Clearwire Corp. Takes Aim at Mobile
WiMax Business



Clearwire currently offers service in more than 200 cities and towns in the
United States, Ireland, Belgium, Denmark



Clearwire provides a simple, “off
-
the
-
shelf” wireless broadband Internet
solution.



Clearwire has struck alliances with Intel, Motorola and Bell Canada to give it a
rapidly growing stake in the broadband wireless market and to be a major
player in the mobile
-
capable WiMax technology



Intend to migrate the Next net network to WIMAX in 2007/8.



Motorola is the 100% vendor to the WIMAX network

Wateen

Background

Value Proposition

Target Segments

Differentiators

Services Offered

Major Competitors

Division of Warid Telecom (Abu Dhabi)

Nationwide WiMAX license (3.5 GHz) in Pakistan

Speedy Installation

Low Cost replacement to DSL

E2E network (IP NGN Core, IMS)

Nationwide service footprint

One Stop Triple Play

Residential

Enterprise

SME

SoHo

Nationwide Coverage

Untethered (Wireless)

Fixed with evolution to Mobility

Internet Access

VoIP

VPN

Incumbent Fixed Operators

Wateen :
First nationwide WiMAX 16e

Fixed deployment in the world

First
Nationwide

Flat Fee is starting to drive Data Take
-
up
in the Europe


How many Subs and Bytes ?



Penetration depends on price


$60
-

$80 = Early Adopter


$30 = Mass Market


UK market similar to NA


From MOT NA Market Research

0%
10%
20%
30%
$0
$20
$40
$60
$80
Initial

EV
-
DO

Sprint/VzW

EV
-
DO

Unlimited

T
-
Mobile

V.Fone

HSDPA

3Gbyte


Subscriber
Penetration

0
2
4
6
8
10
2006
2008
2010
2012
2014
2016

GBytes /
Month


Wireless Broadband profile


~5 GBytes / month in 2011



From MOT NA Market Research


H3G @ $50

7 Gbyte

02 @ $15

Unlimited


H3G @ $20

1 Gbyte


Source: PriceWaterhouseCoopers commissioned report


Source: Parks Associates, “Mobile Broadband Wireless”

However mobile broadband data is still expensive :
Example of UK Flat Rate Tariffs



Thank you