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Alvarion
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Yeudiel Valdivia
Pre-Sales Manager
March 2009
© Copyright Alvarion Ltd.
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harbor" pro
provisions
isions of the Pri
Private
ate Sec
Securities
rities Litigation Reform Act of 1995.
1995 These
statements are based on the current expectations or beliefs of Alvarion’s management and
are subject to a number of factors and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ
materially from those described in the forward -looking statements. The following factors,
among others
others, could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the
forward-looking statements: potential impact on our business of the spread of the U.S.
credit crisis and subsequent predictions of, and potential for, global recession, the failure of
the market for WIMAX products to develop as anticipated; Alvarion’s inability to capture
market share in the expected growth of the WIMAX market as anticipated
anticipated, due to
to, among
other things, competitive reasons or failure to execute in our sales, marketing or
manufacturing objectives; inability to further identify, develop and achieve success for new
products, services and technologies; increased competition and its effect on pricing,
spending, third-party
third party relationships and revenues; as well as the inability to establish and
maintain relationships with commerce, advertising, marketing, and technology providers
and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company’s Annual Report Risk Factors
section as well as in other filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
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Agenda
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Alvarion at a Glance
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The Environment
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Product Portfolio
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Alvarion WiMAX Solution
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Success Stories
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Alvarion at a Glance
Alvarion
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Highlights
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WiMAX pure player
z OPEN WiMAX end-to-end offering
z Innovation in broadband wireless
IP technologies
z World’s preferred WiMAX choice
Source: Sky Light Research,Sept 2008
Facts and Figures
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Founded: 1992
Employees: 1200, including 500+ R&D engineers
International presence: over 25 offices worldwide
Publicly-traded (NASDAQ: ALV)
225+ commercial WiMAX deployments
50+ mobile WiMAX deployments; 30+customer
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30 customer trials (Q2/08)
7+ years of WiMAX experience
15+ years of broadband wireless IP experience
Mission and Strategy
Mission
Be a dominant global player in the
broadband wireless industry
Strategy
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Maintain broadband wireless access
market leadership and growth
Leverage on assets to lead the WiMAX
Personal Broadband market
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Company Values
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Do the right thing right
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Respect the individual
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Excellence
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C stomer centric foc
Customer-centric
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Strength
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The Environment
The Business of WiMAX (1)
Personal Broadband
Where…
Developed markets
High broadband penetration
What…
Broadband anywhere,
any time, and on my
d i
devices
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The Business of WiMAX (2)
Primary Broadband and Voice Services
Where…
Emerging markets
Rural and urban regions
in developed markets
What…
High speed Internet and
voice services
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Primary & Personal Broadband
Source: Alvarion based on various research reports
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The Road to Personal Broadband
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Broad
dband
4G
Fiber
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Cable
DSL
Mbps. Speed
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Pre-WiMAX
Pre
WiMAX
Broadband
Wireless
Mobile WiMAX
802 16
802.16e
WiMAX
802.16d
3G
LTE
Municipal
Community
Wi-Fi Mesh
Wi-Fi
Hotspots
3G
UMTS-HSPA
EV-DO RevA/B
2G GPRS, 1XRTT
Fixed
Nomadic
Portable
Roaming
Mobile
OPEN WiMAX Best-of-Breed Ecosystem
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Alvarion Product Portfolio
Alvarion’s Business Segments
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Strategic Segments and Offerings
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Personal Broadband Ser
Services
ices
M nicipal / Public
Municipal
P blic Safet
Safety / Surveillance
S r eillance / Private
Pri ate Net
Networks
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Wireless DSL
Residential Multi-Service (RMS)
Strategic Segments and Solutions
Personal
Broadband
Primary Broadband
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Comprehensive Suite of Services
Support
Integration
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Training
Operations
Maintenance
Optimization
Security
Network
management
Planning
Design
Installation
Commissioning
Turnkey services
Program
management
Solutions
Business
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Business case and model
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Rollout plan
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Vendor comparison
and selection
Integration
Delivery
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Deployment
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Option selection
CAPEX and OPEX
optimization
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End-to-End Solution Offering
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A complete range of solutions, products, and services for WiMAX
networks
OPEN WiMAX network strategy approach
Alvarion provides end-to-end solutions
Alvarion takes responsibility for the end-to-end solution
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OPEN™ WiMAX in Practice
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OPEN WiMAX - In open architectures service providers choose the
combination of vendors and partners that best fit their specific requirements
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Enables
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best of breed solutions
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Best-in-class
Best
in class products
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Best-fit products and solutions
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Limitless
mix
i & match
t h combinations
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OPEN WiMAX solution delivered
by pure-play
pure play vendor alliances
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Leverage expertise of each
pure-play vendor
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Winning teaming and cooperation
agreements
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WiMAX Leadership in Transformation:
OPEN™ WiMAX Best of Breed
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WiMAX Network Reference Model
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Visited NSP
R2
Home NSP
R2
R3
R1
SS/
MSS
R5
ASN
CSN
CSN
SS
R4,
R8
Another ASN
NAP
ASP Network OR
Internet
ASP Network OR
Internet
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WIMAX ASN Profiles
Three generic profiles in WIMAX NWG
Profile A (removed by the WiMAX Forum)
Decomposition of BS and ASN GW (with R6)
Centralized ASN GW only
Handover Control (RRM) in ASN GW
Profile B
BS and ASN GW are not decomposed (R6 is not exposed)
Probably may work for Centralized and Distributed
Profile C – Supported by Alvarion
Decomposition of BS and ASN GW (with R6)
Centralized and Distributed ASN GW
Handover Control (RRM) in BS; ASN GW is agnostic to the radio
intelligence
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Comparing WiMAX Profiles
OPEN
WiMAX™
WiMAX
(Profile C)
R6
R1
Base Station
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R3
ASN-GW
Clearly defined
separation between
Base-Station (RRM)
and
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(networking) entities
(functionality)
“black box”
P fil B
Profile
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Profile A
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R1
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Base Station
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R3
ASN-GW
Unknown
separation between
Base-Station and
ASN-GW entities
Radio (Base-Station)
functionality
implemented in ASNProfile A was canceled
by WiMAX Forum
R6
R3
R1
GW (Networking) ->
Performance
Base Station
degradation
ASN-GW
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Disruptive Approach of OPEN WiMAX
OPEN WiMAX delivers Operator Centric Approach
E d off vendor-centric
End
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Open architecture guarantees interoperability among vendors
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Alvarion 4Motion Solution
WiMAX Network Models & Time Frames
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Going Forward….
2004
Access 2004/5
Nomadic 2006/7/8
Metrozone
Portable/Mobile
2009+
Fixed
Outdoor
Backhaul
Fixed
IIndoor
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WiFi Hotspot
Enterprise
Campus Piconet
Mobile
Fixed
Access
Nomadicity
Stationary BB Access
wherever you are
Portability
Pedestrian mobility
BE HO – Latency
tolerant TCP/IP
applications
Simple
Mobility
Up to 60 KMH
Guaranteed HO for non
RT services
Sleep/Idle mode
Full
Mobility
Up to 120 KMH
Guaranteed HO for all
services
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4Motion Solution
Core Network
Equipment
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End-User
Devices
Service Enabling
Platforms
Radio Access
Network
Equipment
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Alvarion 4Motion™ Solution
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4Motion is a complete OPEN™
WiMAX end-to-end solution
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WiMAX IEEE 802.16e-2005
Certified Wave II
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all-IP architecture enabling a
Best-of-Breed multi-vendor
sol tion
solution
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video, voice, and data
services
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business, residential, and
Personal Broadband
services
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Alvarion 4Motion Solution
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Core network equipment
Accounting
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Authentication
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And Authorization Server
Home Agent Server
AlvariSTAR™ Network
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Management
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Alvarion 4Motion Solution
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Radio Access Network Equipment
Macro
BWG-IS
BWG LS
BWG-LS
BreezeMAX 2300
BreezeMAX 2500
BreezeMAX 3300
BreezeMAX 3500
BreezeMAX 3600
Micro
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Alvarion 4Motion Solution
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End-user equipment
Ultra
Mobile
PC*
Consumer
Electronics*
Smart Phone*
BreezeMAX NA
B
BreezeMAX
MAX PRO
* Provided by Alvarion partners and CE manufacturers
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Alvarion 4Motion Solution
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Service enabling platforms
Voice (VoIP)
Broadband
Mobile TV
Instant
Messaging
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Interactive
Gaming
email
Video
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Conferencing
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File
Transfer
Location
Based
Services
VPN
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4Motion – OPEN™ WiMAX Architecture
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Phase I. Fixed and Nomadic
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Phase I. Fixed and nomadic services
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The solutions in year 2007 address fixed and nomadic
services
Solutions comprised of the following elements:
End User Equipment
Network main
components:
NMS
AlvariSTAR
Core
Core Nettwork
External
AAA Server
CPEs
Variety of outdoor
and indoor CPEs
e Station
Base
Macro and Micro BST
Radio Access
End User
E
Net
RAN (BreezeMAX):
BreezeMAX
Macro- BS
PRO Outdoor
CPE
BreezeMAX
Micro- BS
Si Indoor CPE
AlvaristarTM
AAA Server
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BMAX Advantages
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Antenna
2-4 per sector
RF
GPS
Receiver &
Antenna
Outdo
oor
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High Power
Radio
2-4 per sector
CAT 5
IF
GPS Adaptor
IF
Macro/Micro
Base Station
Alvaristar
100/1000
Ethernet
Indo
oor
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RAN – Base Station Installation
Example
Modular BST – Dense Populated Area
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Suited for dense Urban/Suburban
deployments
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Modular,
supporting
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up to:
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3 sectors with two carriers or
6 sectors with one carrier
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4 channel
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AU IDU
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Support 2nd and 4th order diversity
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NPU for GPS support
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Scalable, Carrier class platform
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Hot swappable
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functionality
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Centralized management
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Standard based Radius interface for operation with AAA server
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Local and remote management
Micro BST – Sparsely Populated Areas
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Suits for low dense rural deployments
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Based on similar hardware components and provides similar
functionality as the Modular BST
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A compact 1U 19” shelf
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Single carrier for low density rural area
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Single sector using directional antenna or OMNI antenna
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Support 2nd and 4th order diversity
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Can operate with all types of HP-ODUs
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Standard based Radius interface
for operation with AAA server
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Local and remote management
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Phase II. Portable and Mobile Services
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4Motion™ WiMAX Solution
Personal Broadband for you, anytime, anywhere
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Complete end
end-to-end
to end IEEE 802.16
802 16 solutions
• Fixed/Nomadic/Portable/Mobile WiMAX services (Quadruple Play)
• Fully distributed all-IP architecture
• Open architecture and interfaces
• Advanced access technologies
• Flexible and low cost
BreezeMAX 4Motion: High Power, Smart BTS & CPE, WiMAX
Compatible - Proven infrastructure sequel of Breezemax
Featuring support
• Software
S ft
d fi d radios
defined
di (SDR)
(SDR), scalable
l bl OFDMA,
OFDMA
• smart antennas, MIMO & dynamic bandwidth allocation
Delivered by Alvarion and its Technology partners
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Portable and mobile services
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The solution in H1/09 addresses Mobile solutions
Greenfield mobile broadband operators
Early adopters of Mobile WiMAX technology
Comprised of the following elements:
RAN (BreezeMAX-4M):
Macro BST
New Antenna Arrays [Tx+Rx] –
2+4,, 4+4
BreezeMAX
4Motion
Macro- BS
CPE
Fix ODU CPE and SI
Mobile Station (MS) – PCMCIA,
Handset
Network main components:
ASN GW (Network Gateway)
Small Scale Integrated
in BMAX-4M
Large Scale third partners
AAA Server
Integrated or external
Home Agent (Roaming Agent)
AlvariSTAR
PRO Outdoor
CPE
BWG LS
BWG-LS
Large Scale
Si Indoor
CPE
ASN GW
ASN-GW
PCMCIA
BWG IS
BWG-IS
Samll Scale
Home Agent
AAA Server
AlvaristarTM
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RAN
Support Mobile WiMAX service
Intra and Inter BST Handoff
4Motion 802.16e Certified Solution
Can upgrade 4Motion TDD BST
OPEN™ WiMAX architecture
Sta da d WiMAX Interfaces
Standard
te aces offers
o e s Best
est o
of Breed
eed
Network Core devices
World Wide WiMAX frequencies coverage (masks)
2.3,, 2.5,, and 3.5GHz frequencies
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At 5,7,10Mhz
Investment protection
Migration path using variety of CPEs
CPEs, upgradeable
to 802.16e
Future proof migration to AAS
technologies
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((MIMO,, Beam Forming)
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Network Building Blocks
Component
ASN GW
Description
Network Gateway
E bl Mobility
Enables
M bilit
BWG IS
BWG-IS
Small Scale
Integrated into BreezMAX
BST
BWG-LS
Large Scale ASN-GW
From IOT partners
(i.e. Starent, Cisco, Hitachi)
Home A
H
Agentt
(HA)
AAA server
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BMAX-4M with BWG-IS
Integrated ASN-GW
Enables Roaming between
WiMAX networks
From third party
Enables
ab es Network
et o Entry
ty
Authentication,
Authorization, Accounting
Complementary to BWG-IS
BWG LS Cisco 7600
BWG-LS
Multiple ASN GW with
Integrated HA and
Integrated AAA
Third Party AAA
From
Bridgewater
For BWG-IS
Antenna
2-4 per sector
GPS
Receiver &
Antenna
RF
Outdo
oor
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High Power
Radio
1-4 per sector
CAT 5
IF
P O W
O D U
P W R
ID U
P W
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2
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4
4
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F E E D E R
O D U
P W R
ID U
P W
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O D U
P W R
ID U
P W
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2
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2
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4
IF
48VDC
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VDC
Alvaristar
BMAX-4M
Macro Base
Station Shelf
100/1000
100/
Ethernet
GPS Adaptor
Indo
oor
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BMAX-4M Base Station
BMAXInstallation Example
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Scalable BMAX-4M Modular BST
Suits for Mobile WiMAX deployments
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Dense-Urban / Urban / Suburban / Rural
Modular, supporting up to carriers:
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3 sectors w/ 2 carriers
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Always Support 2nd and 4th order diversity
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Carrier Grade Resiliency
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Hot swappable
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functionality
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Centralized management
Design for full redundancy
Local and remote management
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Outdoor unit - ODU
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Designed to support world wide frequencies
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1TX 34
34-36dbm
36dbm, up to 10Mhz,
10Mhz models:
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2.3GHz ROW / WCS for US
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2.5Ghz , 2 models, each is 100MHz
3.5Ghz, 4 models, each is 50Mhz
2 Rx //1TX 3
37-39dbm,
39db , up to 10Mhz,
0
, models:
ode s
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4 Rx /2TX 37-39dbm, up to
20Mhz variety of models:
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3.5Ghz – 1 model, supporting 200MHz
2.3GHz ROW / WCS (future)
2.5Ghz, BW
3.5Ghz, BW
Fully outdoor
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for easy deployment
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CPEs and End
End--user devices
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Product Portfolio
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Beceem and GCT based – from BreezeMax release V2.0
(Q2’08)
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802.16e pre-certified - from BreezeMax release V1.0 (Q1’07)
802.16e certified - from BreezeMax release V2.5 (Q3’08)
Intel Fix/Nomadic
Beceem Fix/Nomadic
Beceem/GCT
Nomadic/Mobile
Products Overview
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Corporate
Mobile
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Broadband
db d Consumer
C
Electronics
El t
i
Residential &
SOHO
Data Modem
Primary Voice
Modem & RGW
Voice GW
Integrated Access
Device
Network GW
BreezeMAX Mobile Terminals
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Designed for WiMAX 802.16e mobile users
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7Mbps
bps downlink
do
and
a d 2Mbps
bps uplink
up
for 64k packets
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Based on Beceem BCS200 dual band chipset
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2.3,2.5 and 3.5Ghz
Key features
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Max transmit power 23dbm
OS support – WinXP & Vista
Cardbus interface
EAP-AKA, EAP-TLS and EAP-TTLS authentication support
Connection Manager Application
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Terminals – BreezeMAX USB Modem
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Designed for WiMAX certified 802.16e fixed and
nomadic users
Basic and Low cost CPE
Based on GCT chipset
Designed for residential users with single
Desktop PC
Small form factor – can carry it in your bag…
B id capabilities
Bridge
biliti
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Same features set as PC card
Frequency support
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2.3,2.5 and 3.5Ghz
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WiMAX Devices Strategy
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802.16e
Offering
3
IOT, ODM
2
WiMAX
Chipset
1
Alvarion
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Comparing WiMAX Profiles
OPEN
WiMAX™
WiMAX
(Profile C)
R6
R1
Base Station
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R3
ASN-GW
Clearly defined
separation between
Base-Station (RRM)
and
a
d ASN-GW
S G
(networking) entities
(functionality)
“black box”
P fil B
Profile
:
R1
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Base Station
R3
ASN-GW
Unknown
separation between
Base-Station and
ASN-GW entities
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4Motion solution
4Motion Solution
Core Network
Equipment
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End-User
Devices
Service Enabling
Platforms
Radio Access
Network
Equipment
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4Motion – OPEN™ WiMAX Architecture
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Customers
Top Tier Customers
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Western
Europe
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APAC
Eastern Europe
LATAM
Africa
North America
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Top Emerging Operators
Western
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Europe
APAC
Africa
Eastern Europe
LATAM
N th America
North
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Success Stories
WiMAX Customers LATAM
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Telmex Argentina
E t l in
Entel
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Telecel in Paraguay
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Americatel
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Telmex Perú
Genesis Venezuela
Vene ela
Telmex Chile
Telmex Ecuador
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WiMAX Customers LATAM
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RACSA Costa Rica
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First Telmex WiMAX network in Mexico
Tres Marías Project
2.5 GHz band
3.5 GHz band
802.16 compliant Technology in 2.3 GHz band
Millicom El Salvador
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Commercial Deployment in Tabasco
Milli
Millicom
Guatemala
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802.16e compliant Technology in 3.5 GHz band
Telecom El Salvador
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Path to Mobility applications in the future
Telgua Guatemala
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Fixed and Portable applications now
Telmex Mexico
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Alvarion 802.16e compliant Technology in 3.5 GHz band
802 16 compliant Technology in 2.3
802.16
2 3 GHz band
Tigo Bolivia
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