4G Wireless Devices

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4G networks are rolling out globally. WiMAX networks are in commercial deployment and LTE is just over the horizon with trials currently underway. This panel will explore the state of 4G device deployment and will focus on the new capabilities these devices will bring to consumers and business.
This session will address:
• State of 4G device deployment and future predictions
• New features and capabilities of 4G devices
• New business models & opportunities

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  • So where to from here?Well, certainly I’d expect to see more of what we’re seeing today – attractive, compelling handsets and mobile internet devices with embedded 4G chips are coming. There are products like these in the pipeline today.
  • 4G Wireless Devices

    1. 1. 4G Devices<br />A Perspective from the <br /><ul><li> Operator,
    2. 2. Device Maker and
    3. 3. Component Vendor</li></ul>Moderator: Doug Makishima, D2 Technologies<br />dmakishima@d2tech.com<br />www.d2tech.com<br />
    4. 4. Panelists<br />Operator: Clearwire<br />Dow Draper<br />Vice President of Product Development and Innovation<br />Device Maker: Samsung Telecommunications America<br />Asokan Thiyagarajan <br />Director of Platforms and Technology Strategy<br />Component Supplier: Sequans Communications<br />Craig Miller<br />VP Marketing and BD<br />Embedded Software Supplier: D2 Technologies<br />Doug Makishima (Moderator) <br />Chief Operating Officer<br />
    5. 5. 4G is Here.<br />WiMAX<br />Total WW WiMAXOperator Deployments: 593<br />LTE<br />Trials and network rollouts<br />132 operators investing in LTE<br />WW WiMAX Deployments<br />Seattle<br />Portland<br />Boise, ID<br />Boston<br />Chicago<br />Philadelphia<br />Washington D.C. <br />Baltimore<br />Kansas City, MO<br />Salt Lake City<br />Las Vegas<br />St. Louis<br />Nashville<br />Atlanta<br />Honolulu<br />Orlando<br />Planned CLEAR 4G Markets<br />Current CLEAR 4G Markets <br />States with Current and/or Planned CLEAR 4G Coverage<br />
    6. 6. 4G Trends: Device Volumes<br />2010 WiMAX device shipments on pace to triple vs. 2009<br />Volume is well balanced globally in 2010<br />Key growth drivers:<br />Handset adoption<br />India deployments<br />Continued growth in US, Japan, SE Asia, MEA<br />Sources: Maravedis; Sequans Communications.<br />* estimate<br />
    7. 7. 4G Applications: The Vision<br />3D Navigation & Traffic Info <br />Convergence<br />M2M<br />Gaming<br />Multi Player Gaming<br />High Quality Game with Thin LTE Client<br />- Updating 3D Maps<br /><ul><li> Visual Traffic Info.
    8. 8. Digital Picture Frame
    9. 9. Security Camera
    10. 10. Vehicle Infotainment
    11. 11. VOD & Conference
    12. 12. Live video streaming across multiple devices (cell phone, PC, TV)</li></li></ul><li>4G Applications: The Vision<br />Personal Broadcasting<br />E-Learning<br />Video Calling<br />Multicasting<br />- Video WebEx <br /><ul><li>Video Telephony / Video </li></ul>chat/ Video conferencing<br /><ul><li> Multimedia Textbook </li></ul>(w/ video & pictures)<br /><ul><li> Mobile Video Lecture
    13. 13. Remote Medical Care</li></ul>- OTA Daily e-Newspaper<br /><ul><li> Real-time Break News
    14. 14. Visual Traffic Info.
    15. 15. Personal TV Station</li></li></ul><li>4G Trends: Devices<br />Early deployments (2006-2008) dominated by fixed broadband CPE; some netbooks<br />
    16. 16. 4G Trends: Devices<br />Now: Device ‘mix’ is shifting toward mobile broadband devices, netbooks and mass-market multi-mode handsets<br />
    17. 17. 4G Trends: Devices<br />Future: More mass-market handsets, plus MIDs and other CE devices, and the emergence of M2M applications<br />
    18. 18. Mass-market prices are here NOWEnabled by low-cost, high integration chipsets<br />Device Price<br />Outdoor CPE<br />$150<br />Data+Voice+<br />WiFi RG CPE<br />$125<br />Low CostData+Voice<br />CPE<br />$100<br />$75<br />USB dongle<br />$50<br />Embedded<br />$25<br />
    19. 19. Data Usage Explosion: 4G will Accelerate Usage<br /><ul><li>By 2014, the total yearly mobile data traffic in the U.S. is expected to grow from 138 Petabytes (PB) to 40 Exabyte (EB) or 40 Million Terabytes (TB), or by 300 times (Source: Chetan Sharma Consulting, 2009). </li></li></ul><li>Q&A<br />
    20. 20. Q&A<br />Does 4G just mean more bandwidth – or what more does it bring to the horizon<br />Device mix expectations for LTE?  Timing?<br />Are the software platforms of today capable of handling 4G networks<br />Are there significant performance differences at the user level between WiMAX and LTE ?<br />What triggered or enabled the emergence of handsets as a volume driver for WiMAX this year?<br />What is it going to take to get even more innovative, compelling products to integrate WiMAX (or LTE) connectivity?<br />What are the inhibitors to 4G technology adoption in the consumer space?  M2M (and what are the applications for 4G in M2M?<br />How will 4G affect data usage business models?<br />VoIP on 4G Mobile (today is mainly CPE)<br />What about multi-mode devices: Are there any technology issues with 2G/3G/4G/WiFi devices? <br />Key predictions for 2011? <br />
    21. 21. Operators:<br />CLWR is WiMAX today; can you comment on the recent filings to “test” LTE?<br />Devices<br />What new capabilities can we look forward to?<br />Components<br />What technology capabilities are not being utilized now? <br />

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