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  • Good afternoon. It’s a pleasure to be with you here today. I’d like to thank the many sponsors for making this conference possible and 3GPP / Informa for inviting me to speak on behalf of Verizon. My name is David Jackson and I happen to be based in Reading UK. For the next 15 mins or so I’d like to discuss how Verizon has set out to achieve wide scale coverage of 4G LTE in the U.S. – Our 10 year vision of connecting everyone to everything – and how we are building a competitive advantage through broadband mobility and cloud-based services innovation.
  • Before we get started, I would like to draw your attention to our Safe Harbor statement. The factors which may affect future results are contained in our SEC filings, and are also available on our website.
  • As you may know, Verizon officially launched 4G LTE late last year to 38 major markets and 60 plus airports in the United States. As of last month we cover more than 100 markets across the country covering a population of more than 160 million people. By the end of this year we will offer service in 175 markets and on be on pace to cover more than 290 million people by the end of 2013. One of our many success with regard to 4G LTE has been our growing eco system of carrier equipment and end user devices. We offer a broad range of 4G LTE enabled smartphones, tablets, and notebooks. During the 2Q 2011 alone we sold more than 1 million 4G LTE devices. Other notes: From 2Q Earnings – accelerated revenue growth and improved margins Wireless 6.6% YoY increase in service revenues 106 million total connections Lowest post paid churn in 3 years
  • This map shows wireless coverage. Our current LTE markets are the yellow dots with the green stars indicating those markets we plan to launch by year’s end. While not so long ago, such a large scale LTE deployment may not have seemed economically viable, our customers rapidly growing expectation for speed, bandwidth, and more ubiquitous IP enabled data access continues to positively influence the business case. 5 years ago, who would have expected You Tube (at least in the U.S.) would be one of the key driving apps? Obviously our LTE architecture meant a more effective data network value proposition – lower cost per bit – for Verizon and our customers. Deployment meant managing new technology risk, maintaining quality service through transition, spending a significant amount of capital, leveraging wire line backhaul and backbone synergies.. And did I mention, we over many new 4G LTE devices. Other notes: From 2Q Earnings In first-half 2011, Verizon’s capital expenditures totaled $8.9 billion, compared with $7.6 billion in first-half 2010. Verizon continues to expect full-year 2011 capital spending to be similar to its 2010 investment of $16.5 billion.
  • Switching gears some.. I work in a segment that primarily services our global enterprise customers and what is perhaps most fascinating to me is how broadband mobility is shaping our future. Take my typical customer as an example – the CIO.. Increasingly they are challenged with; Rising energy costs Emerging markets and the middle class Regulation and de-regulation A fragmentation of business models On-going globalization And of course rapid consumerisation of new technology and the growth of social networking
  • This is why we are convinced that the modern to emerging companies of the future – at least those most successful – will focus on innovation. CIOs of the future will focus on their company’s business model, will create a competitive advantage, will place a higher priority on their company’s customer, and they will continue to increasingly outsource – moving more and more applications to the Cloud.
  • With the advent of true broadband mobility and enterprise grade cloud applications and multi-media, even my normal – which may have been working in an office, using a personal computer, collaborating with co-workers in Chicago, let’s say to buy or sell a car – is now just as likely to be me, working from home or in a coffee shop, using a tablet or smartphone, collaborating with others in Caracas or Chennai.. And maybe instead it’s just as common for us to rent or lease a car.. Perhaps even more so to hire a taxi and pay a metered “utility-based” service. Other notes: Buy a car (years) > rent a car (days) > hire a cab (minutes)
  • If you think the last few years have seen some dramatic changes – the rise of emerging markets, the growth of ecommerce, social media, mobile working, SaaS, the long tail, ‘free’, cyberwarfare, wikileaks… well, the future has more in store. GARTNER: By 2012 , 20 percent of businesses will own no IT assets - At least one-third of business application software spending will be as service subscription instead of as product license Social networking to replace email for 20% of business users - 80% Fortune 1000 will use some level of cloud computing services, and 30% will only pay “on demand” for infrastructure provided via Cloud based models. By 2016 , all Global 2000 companies will use some significant level of public cloud services. Innovation accomplishments will be among the top-three selection criteria for new CIOs. And the pace of change is truly breathtaking.. Research analysts predict that; By next year 5x more data will be created than in 2008 By 2014 over 90% of Internet traffic will be video (nearly 60% of that streaming) By 2015 half of businesses will get 80% or more of their IT services from the Cloud By 2019, the 4 BRIC countries will be in the top 6 economies of the world And RCR Wireless News forecasts by 2020 there will be a more than 2 billion machine to machine connections M2M Figure: Tracy Ford with RCR Wireless News. And http://www.itbusinessedge.com/cm/community/features/articles/blog/the-promising-year-ahead-for-m2m/?cs=45069
  • In 2009, nearly 50,000 blood-pressure monitors were used in telehealth applications, but shipments of these devices will hit 500,000 by 2013. In addition, the global combined unit shipments of home-use digital blood-glucose meters, blood pressure monitors, weight scales, pulse oximeters and peak flow meters used in telehealth applications will grow to more than 1.6 million The market for wearable devices will exceed 100 million units annually by 2016 A study released by ABI last June estimated that 80 million of those units would be fitness sensors
  • Our mHealth platform, in development, will power Remote Health Management, as well as our Virtual Care solution and other solutions that are part of our mHealth roadmap For Remote Disease Management, we will provide Turnkey remote disease management platform that will enable payers, clinicians and caregivers to remotely monitor and intervene, based on a patient’s conditions and drug adherence It is designed to be a flexible solution, device vendor-agnostic, and applicable to wide-range of chronic diseases The solution encompasses: Connected Medical Devices Apps Transport Layer Fulfillment And the mHealth Platform itself, which consists of Configurable Rules Engine Data Analytics Data Security/ HIPAA Compliance Intelligent Routing
  • Purpose: Highlight the applications that are built on top of the platform. There are the applications that exist today. The applications we have planned in our roadmap for the next 2 releases. And, finally applications that perhaps we don’t know about yet, or custom apps that the utilities can build on their own (or with a partner). Key Message (pick the applications that make the most sense and talk to those): In addition to the robust functionality that we have in the platform, we have several applications that are pre-built and ready for you to implement. Additionally, because our platform is open, we welcome others to develop applications on top of our platform using our API’s. So, whether your own IT department wants to tackle a project, or you want to have a System Integrator or eMeter partner build the custom app, you will be able to leverage the eMeter platform to support it. This means that no matter what the future brings, we’ll be able to continue to build new applications and so will you.
  • As our world, the industry, and our markets continue to evolve, so too must the Enterprise. Our global network continues to delivery managed and communication services to our customers. Our suite of cloud-based IT, security and professional services continue to build upon and leverage our core competencies. All of these capabilities are increasing being offered as a utility-based services, further driving better business outcomes for mid-sized, large enterprises and government agencies. In addition, within the wireless space, open development has brought us smart grids and more intelligent healthcare devices and applications. Machine-to-machine means a new service delivery platform and more effective and efficient device management. And our latest LTE innovation centres mean fascinating new embedded devices, gaming and entertainment, and telematics. Other notes: Our solutions and practice areas are aligned to provide innovative ways to solve business and technology challenges, such as: Gaining visibility into applications to improve their performance and create a better user experience Improving server and application efficiencies to help control costs Securely putting data into the hands of those who need it inside and outside customer organizations Meeting the many data security compliance requirements customers face Using collaboration technologies to help improve productivity and reduce expenses and environmental impacts associated with travel and office facilities Updating infrastructure to enable employees, customers, suppliers and partners to communicate from almost anywhere Investigating opportunities to improve systems and processes, while focusing IT resources on things most strategic to your business success Finding ways to control capital expense, while reducing total cost of ownership
  • Good afternoon. It’s a pleasure to be with you here today. I’d like to thank the many sponsors for making this conference possible and 3GPP / Informa for inviting me to speak on behalf of Verizon. My name is David Jackson and I happen to be based in Reading UK. For the next 15 mins or so I’d like to discuss how Verizon has set out to achieve wide scale coverage of 4G LTE in the U.S. – Our 10 year vision of connecting everyone to everything – and how we are building a competitive advantage through broadband mobility and cloud-based services innovation.
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    • 1. Connecting Everyone to Everything Achieving IP at all stages And the Role of 4G in Verizon's Network 2020 Vision David Jackson VP, Solutions Architecture Verizon, EMEA [email_address]
    • 2. PROPRIETARY STATEMENT This document and any attached materials are the sole property of Verizon and are not to be used by you other than to evaluate Verizon’s service. This document and any attached materials are not to be disseminated, distributed, or otherwise conveyed throughout your organization to employees without a need for this information or to any third parties without the express written permission of Verizon. The Verizon and Verizon Business names and logos and all other names, logos, and slogans identifying Verizon’s products and services are trademarks and service marks or registered trademarks and service marks of Verizon Trademark Services LLC or its affiliates in the United States and/or other countries. All other trademarks and service marks are the property of their respective owners.
    • 3. “Safe Harbor” Statement NOTE: This presentation contains statements about expected future events and financial results that are forward-looking and subject to risks and uncertainties. For those statements, we claim the protection of the safe harbor for forward-looking statements contained in the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. The following important factors could affect future results and could cause those results to differ materially from those expressed in the forward-looking statements: the effects of adverse conditions in the U.S. and international economies; the effects of competition in our markets; materially adverse changes in labor matters, including workforce levels and labor negotiations, and any resulting financial and/or operational impact, the effect of material changes in available technology; any disruption of our key suppliers’ provisioning of products or services; significant increases in benefit plan costs or lower investment returns on plan assets; the impact of natural disasters, terrorist attacks, breached of network or information technology security or existing or future litigation and any financial impact not covered by insurance; technology substitution; an adverse change in the ratings afforded our debt securities by nationally accredited ratings organizations or adverse conditions in the credit markets impacting the cost, including interest rates, and/or availability of financing; any changes in the regulatory environments in which we operate, including any increase in restrictions on our ability to operate our networks; the timing, scope and financial impact of our deployment of broadband technology; changes in our accounting assumptions that regulatory agencies, including the SEC, may require or that result from changes in the accounting rules or their application, which could result in an impact on earnings; our ability to complete acquisitions and dispositions; and the inability to implement our business strategies.
    • 4. Verizon Launches 4G LTE December, 2010
      • At Verizon 4G LTE is:
      • A new network overlay to 3G
      • Offering substantial improvements over 3G
        • Higher throughput and lower latency
        • Verizon markets throughput (loaded network) at 2-5 Mbps up and 10-12 Mbps down
        • 10 times faster than today’s 3G networks
      • 110m people covered at launch
        • 38 markets + 60 major airports
        • 185m people covered by YE ’11 – 175 markets
        • More than 290m covered by YE 2013
      • Increasing ecosystem of carrier equipment and end-user devices - many opportunities
      • The HTC Thunderbolt was Verizon’s first 4G LTE handset
      • Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 now available
      During the second-quarter 2011, Verizon sold 1.2 million 4G LTE devices Suite of 10 4G smartphones, tablets and notebooks available by mid-year 2011 LG Revolution Samsung DROID Charge HTC Thunderbolt
    • 5. 2011 Verizon Wireless 3G and 4G LTE Coverage Current 4G LTE Market Planned by EOY
    • 6. CIO challenges: the landscape of the future What’s shaping change? 2 ECONOMIC (Lack of) confidence, Changing balance of power/ growth towards emerging markets , hyper-competition, fragmentation CORPORATE Increasing competition, pressure to be ethical, supra-national regulation, fragmentation of business models POLITICAL Globalisation , role of government, deficit reduction, trade deals, off shoring, stability, banking reform TECH Cloud, consumerisation, outsourcing , federation convergence , ubiquity of high bandwidth , collaboration SOCIAL Social networking, cultural melt , labour mobility, growth of ethical / green buying behaviour ENVIRONMENTAL Carbon pricing , rising energy costs, pressure to reduce waste, CSR , work / life balance , community CONSUMER Growing middle class – especially in India and China , expanding expectations LEGAL De-regulation and increasing regulation SEPA, PCIDSS etc.), privacy, international jurisdiction
    • 7. The company of the future: The future role of the CIO – i for innovation IT: CIO : Staff: Focus on: Priorities: Measured on: Supports Manager Technicians Staffing and cost Service delivery, security, and enabling new channels to market Performance against budget Traditional Enables change Board member Process experts Strategy and change Increasing business agility and managing change Delivery of results Modern Emerging Creates competitive advantage Business leader Partner managers Business model Innovation and improving customer focus Innovation
    • 8. A new normal? I work from... using... with people in... to...
    • 9. And it’s only just begun Verizon launches 4G LTE to 110m 2020 12 13 14 2015 16 17 18 19 5x more data is created in 6 months than in all of 2008 20% of enterprises own no IT assets Smartphones predominant source of access to the web 50% of enterprises get 80%+ of IT services “ from the cloud” Oil hits $300/barrel, but water is a greater source of conflict Social networking is the primary means of communication for 20% of workers Facebook goes the way of Myspace First McDonalds opens in Tehran Over 60% of Africans able to transact online 30% of the Forbes 2000 didn’t exist in 2010 Middle class triples to 1.2bn, growth mainly in India and China
    • 10. Future Technology
      • In 2009, nearly 50,000 blood-pressure monitors were used in telehealth applications, but shipments of these devices will hit 500,000 by 2013
      • Wireless devices that monitor patients’ conditions and report the data to healthcare providers will show a 77 percent compound annual growth rate (CAGR) that will create global revenues of $950 million by 2014, according to a 2009 report from ABI Research
      • By 2016: 100M wearable wireless sensors
      • The market for wearable devices will exceed 100 million units annually by 2016
      • Adoption over the next five years will be driven by devices, ranging from heart rate monitors to wearable blood glucose meters
      • New, low-power wireless technologies such as Bluetooth 4.0 will combine with social networking and smartphone integration to drive adoption
    • 11. mHealth Platform Best of Breed Connected Medical Devices Health Information Exchange (HIE) Physicians Office Home Health Nurses Hospitals Payers Disease Management/ Case Managers Patient Verizon Wireless mHealth Platform Communication Engine Business Rules Engine Alerts Engine HIPAA Compliant Storage Data Analytics Engine Identity Mgmt. System PATIENT DATA INPUT CUSTOM MESSAGING & REPORTING/ ALERTS CLOSED LOOP REVERSE COMMUNICATION CAPABILITY PATIENT DATA EXCHANGE Multi-Protocol Device and Application Support Portal USER INTERFACE The mHealth platform will initially power Remote Health Management and Virtual Care solutions
    • 12.
      • Core Functionality
        • Data Collection & Processing
        • Data Synchronization
        • Real-Time VEE
        • AMI Device Management
        • Automated Meter Provisioning
        • AMI Systems Monitoring
        • Exception Handling
        • Business Process Automation
        • Event Notification Services
        • Workflow Engine
        • System Admin Console
        • Performance Reports
      • Benefits
        • Open: any meter, any device, any ERP application – no hardware agenda
        • Scales to over 20,000,000 meters
        • Enables you to respond quickly to regulatory changes
        • Legacy and future technology integration
        • Synchronize data across all systems
      eMeter EnergyIP ® : The Smart Platform
    • 13. Universal Identity Services
      • Consumerises the complexity of authentication
        • Lower identity service operating costs
        • Reduced risks for identity fraud for individuals and for organizations and devices
        • Faster identity proofing and authentication
        • Positive user experience for credential provisioning and transactional authentication
        • Standard authentication experience across all applications
        • Ability for users to significantly reduce the number of credentials they manage—perhaps to a single credential
      The Verizon Universal Identity Service is a cloud-based solution that provides an identity ecosystem.
    • 14. Everything as a Service Empowered Enterprises Innovate Global Network, Managed and Communications Services 4G LTE Innovation Centers 4G LTE Wireless
      • Contiguous 4G Spectrum
      • 700 MHz Performance
      • Proliferating Devices
      • Rapid Deployment Plan
      Service Delivery Platform Device Management Applications Development SDK’s API’s Effective partnerships Video explosion Open Development Unified Communications including “as a Service” Global Outsourcing Cloud, Security and Professional Services Global Network Verizon Enterprise Center Portal & Tools Managed Mobility Offers Security Professional Services Global Data Centers A Verizon Company Managed Applications
    • 15. Thankyou David Jackson VP, Solutions Architecture Verizon, EMEA [email_address]