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My presentation at the International Summit for Community Wireless Networks in Vienna Austria August 12-15, 2010

My presentation at the International Summit for Community Wireless Networks in Vienna Austria August 12-15, 2010

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    Net blazr at is4cwn Net blazr at is4cwn Presentation Transcript

    • Internaonal  Summit  for  Community  Wireless  Networks  August  12-­‐15,  2010                                      Tech  Gate,  Vienna,  Austria  
    • US,  Today  Verizon  Only   Compe&&ve  Fiber    $2700/mo     $700/mo  10Mbps/10Mbps   100Mbps/100Mbps  $270  per  Mbps   $7  per  Mbps  
    • NetBlazr:  Radically  Different  ISP  
    • Pilot  Network,  when  built  out   Topology  view   Tent  Head   City  End   Acve  wireless  links   Note  that,  while  all  nodes  have  3-­‐radios,   Standby  wireless  links   most  nodes  have  only  2  radios  in  service  
    • Target:  Small  &  Medium  Businesses  
    • Breakeven  Analysis   Monthly  Cost  Summary  for  Each  Network  Cluster   Compeve  High  Speed  Internet   $700   Equipment   $200   SoYware  and  Hosng   $100   TOTAL   $1000  Speed   #  Subs   %Subs   Price   Revenue  Free   10   50%   $0   $0  2  Mbps   4   20%   $50   $200  5  Mbps   4   20%   $100   $400    10  Mbps   2   10%   $200   $400     20   100%   $1,000  
    • Roadmap   Years  1-­‐2                    3-­‐5                                6+   User   Off-­‐the-­‐shelf   Integrated   Higher   Performance,  Equipment   components   Retail   Modified   SoYware   Open  Source   Scalable   Scaling   Target   SMB  –  Boston   SMB  Mul-­‐ city   Viral  /   Consumer   Market   Expansion   Ready  
    • Tent  City  Radio  Links  
    • NetBlazr:  Leader  in  new  smaller  market  
    • Discussison…  
    • Pilot  Community  Node  
    • Ubiqui  radios   Radio   Azimuth   Eleva&on   Cost  (Q1)   Size   beam   beam  Nanostaon  Loco  M5   45°   45°   $86   6.4”  x  3.1”  x  1.2”  Nanostaon  M5   41°-­‐43°   15°   $86   11.7”  x  3.1”  x  1.2”  Rocket  M5  +  AirMax  120   120°   8°   $175   14.4”  x  3.1”  x  1.2”  Rocket  M5  +  AirMax  90   90°   8°   $175   14.4”  x  3.1”  x  1.2”  PowerBridge  M5   6°   6°   $269   17.5”  x  16.4”  x  1.4”   First  cut:    Standardized  on  Nanostaon  Loco  M5   45°  beam  means  each  staon  is  likely  to  see  >1  potenal  path!     Use  with  MikroTik  Routerboard  450G  at  $69    ???   Note  that  each  Nanostaon  has  a  built-­‐in  router  but  with  stac  routes  only.   Q:  could  we  remotely  manage  roung  for  cheap  nodes  with  Ubqui  only?  
    • What’s  next?   14  
    • Eventual  Community  Node  
    • Founders   Team  Brough  Turner  Co-­‐founder  of  Natural  Microsystems  (IPO  1994),  and  others  Consults  on  Business  and  Product  Strategy  BSEE,  MIT  Jason  Orgill,  BYU  BSEE,  Founder  Wireless  Meshnet  Group  Wireless  Security  Consultant,  Motorola  MBA  2011,  HBS  Jim  Hanley  20+  year  wireless  exec:  GTE,  Cingular,  MicrosoY,  Nextel,  Lightower  3-­‐me  Founder/CEO;  acve  entrepreneur,  adviser  &  consultant  Brown  BA,  Michigan  MBA  Advisors    -­‐  Seeking,    (currently  9  endorsements)  Unpaid  Interns    -­‐  2  Marke&ng,    8    Technical