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  • 1. WiMAX Ready for Global Deployment Dr. Mo Shakouri Board Member and Chairman Marketing WiMAX Forum +1 408 482 3850 Copyright 2006 WiMAX Forum “WiMAX,” “WiMAX Forum,” the WiMAX Forum logo, "WiMAX Forum Certified,” and the WiMAX Forum Certified logo are trademarks of the WiMAX Forum. All other trademarks are the properties of their respective owners.
  • 2. Agenda: • High Speed Internet Access Anytime Anywhere • Why WiMAX? – Technology – Service Requirements – WiFi / Cellular / WiMAX • How the WiMAX Forum is driving the adoption of Anytime, Anywhere Connectivity – Membership, Spectrum, Certification Status – Network Standardization Roadmap – Global Roaming and IPR positioning • WiMAX Deployments So far 2
  • 3. The impact of WiMAX Enable standards-based broadband wireless services in residential, commercial, industrial and government applications: Homeland Security & Entertainment Transportation Emergency Services Telecommunications Telemetrics 3
  • 4. Service Provider Types Commerce-Centric Carrier-Centric ARPU or Equivalent Content-Centric Communications Centric CE-Centric Community-Centric Ad-Supported Search-Centric Craigslist Number of Users Source: Yankee Group, 2006 4
  • 5. ARPU of each Provider (Oct 2006) ARPU: $50.00 51.0 million subscribers ARPU or Equivalent (YE-2005) ARPU: $8.60 247.0 million subscribers (YE-2005) ARPU: $27.00 1.6 million subscribers (YE-2005) Pure ARPU: ~$0.20 ARPU: $2.70 equipment 75.0 million 402.0 million sell subscribers subscribers ~$200.00 (YE-2005) (YE-2005) Number of Users Source: Yankee Group, 2006 5
  • 6. Service Requirements for High-Speed Internet Success • Easy-to-use • Affordable • Works on variety user device form-factors • Supports multiple usage models • Deliver broadband experience similar to fixed • Supports different operator types • Global roaming 6
  • 7. WiMAX is a Cornerstone For Next-Generation of Broadband Connectivity 7
  • 8. Why WiMAX? • Delivers wireless broadband anytime, anywhere • Internet technology from the ground up • One common standard delivers a global platform for mobile Internet services • Delivers the highest capacity and greatest throughput at the lowest cost - OFDMA 8
  • 9. Wireless Technologies are Evolving to OFDMA OFDMA offers better spectral efficiency – Directly translates to higher throughput and capacity SIMPLIFIES SPECTRUM Delivered ADVANCED OFDMA EFFICIENCY RF Throughput TECHNIQUES OPTIMIZES CDMA LEVERAGES SPECTRUM BANDWIDTH ALLOCATION GSM Early ’90s Mid-’90s Early ’00s Mid-’00s 9
  • 10. 2x-4x Higher Spectral Efficiency Spectral Efficiency 2.0 . 1.5 DL 1.0 bps/Hz UL 0.5 0.0 1:1 3:1 1:1 3:1 1xEVDO 3xEVDO HSDPA HSPA SIMO MIMO Rev A Rev B Mobile WiMAX Addition of Beamforming increases spectral efficiency by ~2x over MIMO Note: 3G mobile WiMAX performance comparison based on EV-DV simulation methodology 10
  • 11. One Platform For All Internet Connectivity IMS Services Network Internet IMS Signaling, Policy and Charging Application servers Functions - “own” applications - Hosted applications IMS OSA / Web Services Enterprise Core Network Intranets WiFi 2G 3G WiMAX Wireline 11
  • 12. WiMAX is NOT a Cellular Voice Replacement • WiMAX was not developed to compete with cellular voice market WiMAX WILL Complement 3G Data Services • WiMAX is a technology choice delivering high-capacity and high- throughput data services 12
  • 13. Contrasting Wi-Fi / WiMAX / Cellular Wi-Fi • CSMA/CA WiMAX • Efficient for unpredictable traffic in an unlicensed band • Inefficient for predictable traffic (voice) • Fast dynamic scheduling • “Sharing model” designed for unlicensed band • Contention access for bandwidth requests only • No control of resource allocation policy • Resource allocation exclusively by BS – retains tight policy control by network 2G/3.xG Cellular • Efficient for both bursty, unpredictable traffic and voice • Packet overlays but based on slot based, circuit switched resource allocation • Efficient for voice traffic • Inefficient for bursty traffic (email, http) WiMAX is the Optimal Solution for Mobile Internet 13
  • 14. Global Technology Roadmap 3GPP EWCDMA l u t i oHSDPA r y vo na HSUPA LTE EV-DO EV-DO EV-DO EV-DO 3GPP2 ECDMA1xl u t i o n a r y vo Rev 0 Rev A Rev B Rev C Mobile Mobile Mobile WiMAX Revolution WiMAX WiMAX II 14
  • 15. WiMAX Forum is Accelerating this Thriving Ecosystem Members are Key to Worldwide Momentum 15
  • 16. WiMAX Forum Content / Component Ecosystem Suppliers (28%) WiMAX (17%) Forum • 414 Members • Global Representation • 28 WiMAX Forum Certified Products Service System Providers Vendors (33%) (22%) • Deliver a trusted certification process • Develop a framework for a high performance end-to-end IP mobile network architecture supporting all usage models • Promote WiMAX as the leading business model to to deliver global wireless broadband services • WiMAX Forum contributes to foster a thriving ecosystem 16
  • 17. WiMAX Forum Working Groups: Structured for Success Service Provider Network & Air Interface Certification & Working Group (SPWG) Requirements Interoperabilty Test Applications Working Real World Showcase & |||||||| ….. REGULATORY ISSUES Group (AWG) Simulation Modeling Requirements • ValueDocument of WiMAX Network Working Group Marketing • TDD or FDD? Network End-to-End Base Subscriber Market-Driven (NWG) Specifications  Product Station Stationand UMTS • WiMAX Applications  Features Positioning Pass Pass Technical Working • Coexistence issues  Interface System AirProof-of-Concept Attributesspectrum? Fail Papers Scripts White Group (TWG) Profiles & TestFail • How much  Usage Models   Web Site Profiles Internet  Traffic Modeling Certification Working Certification Testing &  Industry Analysts Market  Simulations Group (CWG) Plugfests  Press Releases Requirements Global Document  Membership Regulatory Working Connectivity Spectrum Worldwide Group (RWG) and Roaming Policy Core Network Marketing Working Marketing Communications Group (MWG) Performance & Membership Profiles & Test WiMAX Scripts Global Roaming Working Assure & Accelerate Group (GRWG) Global Roaming 17
  • 18. WiMAX and IEEE 802.16 • WiMAX is a subset of IEEE 802.16 – No new features can be added • Mandatory features in 802.16 are mandatory in WiMAX, if included • Optional features in 802.16 may be optional, mandatory or not included Fixed WiMAX – 256 OFDM IEEE 802.16 World WiBro Mobile WiMAX - OFDMA 18
  • 19. Spectrum by Region 2005 - 2007 Spectrum Focus 2.3, 2.5, 3.5, 2.5, 3.5, 2.3, 2.5, 3.5, 5.8 GHz 5.8 GHz 5.8 GHz 2.3, 2.5, 3.7, 5.8 GHz 2.3, 2.5, 3.3, 3.5, 5.8 GHz 3.5, 5.8 GHz 2.5, 3.5, 5.8 GHz Expect future WiMAX deployments in spectrum ~ 700 MHz Source: WiMAX Forum 19
  • 20. Call To Action for Regulators • 2.3/2.5 GHz – Allow technologies – such as 802.16 -- which fulfill new mobile services model and can address the broadband digital divide. • 3.5 GHz – Explicitly allow Nomadic use in Fixed Wireless spectrum to support indoor modems and laptops – Also access to 3.3-3.4 & 3.6-3.8 GHz bands • 5.8 GHz – Unlicensed fixed outdoor services – Power output @ 4W EIRP (or 200 mW/MHz) 20
  • 21. Many Potential WiMAX Players +256 Kbps Subscribers In Europe WiMAX Spectrum costs $1-4/Hz/POP versus $40/Hz/POP for 3G Spectrum 21
  • 22. Spectrum Database Service Online access to current spectrum and regulatory information in all frequency bands applicable to WiMAX • 75 countries completed today •More than 200 by end of 2006 22
  • 23. Approach To Certification Testing • The key to a robust certification program is to have both conformance and interoperability testing • Two mobile Certification Labs will be ready in Q4 „06 – AT4 Wireless (Cetecom/Spain) – TTA (Korea) 23
  • 24. WiMAX End User Device 28 WF Certified Products by: Alvarion Airspan Axxcelera Aperto Proxim Redline Siemens Sequence SR Telecom Selex WiMAX handsets and entertainment Telsima devices Wavesat 2008/9 Portable WiMAX Certified Devices for Portable Services Customer premise WiMAX 2007 Certified Devices for Fixed Services 2006 24
  • 25. Future Wi-Fi & WiMAX Commonality Makes Incremental Cost to Integrate WiMAX in Notebooks Low 100% Notebook Computer Shipments Million Units 84 93 73 64 55 Wi-Fi Penetration 46 38 27 30 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005E 2006E 2007E 2008E 2009E 0% Source: Gartner March 2005 for Notebook PC shipments 25
  • 26. Mobile WiMAX Certification Roadmap Backward compatibility More features tested Release 1.0 Wave 2 Mandatory testing: Additional tests on handovers, QoS and power saving, IPv6 Base station Mobile station Optional modules: Mandatory testing: MIMO MIMO Beamforming Beamforming Ethernet IO MBS MBS Optional: Ethernet IO Release 1.0 Wave 1 Mandatory testing: Key functionality, including OFDMA, QoS, power control, AES and PKMv2, handoff support, H-ARQ, and header compression 1Q07 2Q07 3Q07 4Q07 1Q08 2Q08 3Q08 4Q08 Certified products announced 26
  • 27. “Best of Breed” Approach • WiMAX Forum open architecture allows service providers to use “Best of Breed” elements at any part of their network • Mobile IP open architecture allows use of IP based scalable components Visited NSP Home NSP R2 R2 • Authentication, Services Authorization ASN R6 R1 R3 R5 SS / CSN CSN MSS ASN-GW Base SS Station • AAA, policy enforcement and R4, mobility management R8 capabilities • Tunneling ASP Network OR ASP Network OR • 802.16e air I/F Another ASN Internet Internet Source: WiMAX Forum, WiMAX End-to-End Network NAP Systems Architecture (NWG Stage-2), Sept. 15, 05 27
  • 28. WiMAX Network Standards Roadmap Release 1 Release 1.5 Release 2 2005 2006 2007 2008 Expected Timeline for Specifications Release 1: Release 1.5: Release 2: (FEATURES TBD) •Mobile and stationary WiMAX base spec. •IMS with full IPv6 support •Seamless WiFi-WiMAX - ASN, CSN mobility, Sleep/Idle modes, •Telephony VoIP with regulatory •Manageability IPv4 & IPv6 connectivity (no v4-v6 requirements •WiMAX MMR transition mechanisms), pre-prov. QoS, •MBS •LE operation optional RRM, Network disc/selection, •AAA based on Diameter including multi- •NWIOT v2 IP/Eth CS, operator authentication scenarios •Flexible credentials, pre- and postpaid •Pre- and post- OTA provisioning accounting, roaming (RADIUS only) •3GPP SAE IWK, 3GPP2 IWK optimizations •3GPP I-WLAN compatible IWK •Full Ethernet service and VLAN support •Mobile Internet applications •Multi-host support •3 ASN profiles •Location requirements •Start NWIOT framework •Complete NWIOT v1 28
  • 29. Global Roaming • What Will Global Roaming Deliver? – Seamless inter-operator WiMAX roaming – Rapid and easy expansion of global roaming coverage – Independent of network footprint, frequency band, or service • Approach – Define & implement global roaming eco-system – Leverage Best Practices deployed today in GSM and CDMA – Deliverables include: • Technical Roaming Guideline • Roaming Process Flow • Roaming Agreement template • Billing Exchange Format • Method of Roaming Brokerage 29
  • 30. WiMAX Intellectual Property Rights • Dispersed distribution of ownership of US patents* • No single company has a dominant IPR position. 1551 patents are distributed among 330 companies Of the 23 Companies that hold more than 10 Patents… * Based on independent survey of relevant and potentially 74% are WiMAX Forum members, representing relevant patents/applications for United States 82% of the patents held in concentrations of 11 or Source: Schwegman, Lundberg, Woessner & Kluth more patents per company 30
  • 31. Incredible Opportunity for Wireless Internet Worldwide We Have Momentum ! 31
  • 32. More Than 250 Operator Trials and Deployments in 65+ countries! * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others Source: Intel, the WiMAX Forum 32
  • 33. Summary and Conclusion • Demand for wireless Internet is real and it is here today • WiMAX is the right technology for answering the demand • The WiMAX Forum is fostering a thriving ecosystem • Worldwide momentum 33 Image Courtesy of NASA
  • 34. Thank You! 34