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The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute presents:               IsraelTelecommunications      Industry
Israeli High-Tech        4,500                     $20.2B              51%        No. of Israeli                          ...
Facts
Israel- Macro Economic Indicators                 Criteria            2005     2006     2007     2008     2009GDP ($B)    ...
Goods & Services Export Development ($B)         Services Export         Merchandise Export                               ...
Hi-Tech Export ($M)($B)*              Field                 2006     2007     2008     2009Pharmaceutical                 ...
ISRAEL - 2009 Goods Export (excluding diamonds)                                          Rest of Europe 5.5%              ...
Israel’s R&D Investments as % of GDPSource: Central Bureau of Statistics
Israel is ranked             #1 In Venture $/GDP             #1 In No. of Engineers per Capita             #1 In Listed Co...
Israeli Telecommunications by Numbers                $4.1B                     590                  Exports              N...
Main Target Markets Telecommunications                                         USA                   ROW                  ...
Key SegmentsApps     VAS   HS & Devices   Infrastructure
Key Segments         Apps       Infrastructure     HS & Devices       VAS
Infrastructure Network Equipment and Systems       Wireless:             4G / LTE             Wi-Max       Network Optimiz...
VASCustomer Care & Billing      Customer care & Self Customer Care      Billing           Post-Paid           Pre-Paid    ...
Applications  Gaming  Location Based Services (LBS)  Music  Social Networks  Mobile Advertisement
HS & Devices  Operating Systems  Pre-Installed Applications  Clients  Devices  Components     Processors     Chips     Ant...
Telecom: Leadership & Innovation                  The Global Leaders                 The Forming Leaders       The Innovat...
WhyIsrael?
Focus on Innovation
Multinational ISVs with R&D & Manufacturing Centers in Israel** Partial List
Success Stories Some leading examples:   M-Systems Invented and develops the flash data   storage solutions for digital mo...
Success Stories - Cont’ Some leading examples:   ICQ (Mirabilis) – The first internet instant messaging,   launched in 199...
Success Stories - Cont’ Some leading examples:   Alvarion is the leading Wi-Max & Broadband wireless   systems provider to...
The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute Promoting Business Relationships between Israeli and Overseas Comp...
Your Key to Israel’s      Telecommunications Industry   The Israel Export & International         Cooperation Institute   ...
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  1. 1. The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute presents: IsraelTelecommunications Industry
  2. 2. Israeli High-Tech 4,500 $20.2B 51% No. of Israeli Israeli Exports Industrial Companies Export Communications Software Major Fields Electronics Healthcare Products Pharmaceutical and BioTechSource: Economist Intelligence Unit 2009 and IVC
  3. 3. Facts
  4. 4. Israel- Macro Economic Indicators Criteria 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009GDP ($B) 134.3 145.8 167 202.1 194.8GDP Real Growth rate (%) 5.1% 5.3% 5.2% 4% 0.7%GDP per Capita (PPP, $) 23,390 24,980 26,560 27,710 27,770Exports of Goods & Services ($B) 57.2 62.4 71.3 80.8 67.5Imports of Goods & Services ($B) 57.6 61.7 73.5 84 63Unemployment Rate (%) 9% 8.4% 7.3% 6.1% 7.6%Inflation Rate 2.4% -0.1% 3.4% 3.8% 3.9%Current Account balance (% of GDP) 3.1% 5.1% 2.9% 0.7% 3.7% The 2009 Global Economic Crisis had a relatively small effect on the Israeli economy
  5. 5. Goods & Services Export Development ($B) Services Export Merchandise Export 24.1 21.1 21.7 19.3 17.4 16.0 15.4 12.9 12.2 57.2 49.8 45.8 39.8 43.3 30.9 36.3 4.6 27.7 27.2 6.0 2.7 6.0 12.7 2.7 1980 1990 2000 2001 2002 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 Constant Growth in a Long Term Perspective
  6. 6. Hi-Tech Export ($M)($B)* Field 2006 2007 2008 2009Pharmaceutical 3,286 3,636 4,970 4,673Communications 4,370 4,916 5,071 4,014Electronics (Inc. Electro-Optics) 3,779 3,744 3,716 5,924Healthcare Products 1,450 1,573 1,600 1,397Software 4,320 4,560 5,680 4,200Total 17,205 18,429 21,037 20,208*Estimate
  7. 7. ISRAEL - 2009 Goods Export (excluding diamonds) Rest of Europe 5.5% $2B EU 29%North America 35% $10.5B Asia 16.5% $6B $12.6B Africa 3% $1B Latin America 4% $1.4B Rest of the World 7% $2.7B Shifting to Asian Markets
  8. 8. Israel’s R&D Investments as % of GDPSource: Central Bureau of Statistics
  9. 9. Israel is ranked #1 In Venture $/GDP #1 In No. of Engineers per Capita #1 In Listed Companies in NASDAQ (non-American) #1 in No. of High-Tech Startups after the U.SSource: Economist Intelligence Unit 2009
  10. 10. Israeli Telecommunications by Numbers $4.1B 590 Exports No. of Exporters Highly Skilled Workforce Innovative Start-up Companies Local Market : Active RegulatorPoints of Strengths 4 Mobile Providers, 5 Wire Line Providers Early Adapting Market with High Penetration Rate Triple & Quad Play Offerings A Highly Competitive De-Regulated Domestic Market A perfect Test-Bed
  11. 11. Main Target Markets Telecommunications USA ROW 25% 14% Asia Europe 28% 33% Shifting to Asian Markets
  12. 12. Key SegmentsApps VAS HS & Devices Infrastructure
  13. 13. Key Segments Apps Infrastructure HS & Devices VAS
  14. 14. Infrastructure Network Equipment and Systems Wireless: 4G / LTE Wi-Max Network Optimization Converged Communications Broadband, DSL Wi-Fi / Mi-Fi Femtocell / Picocell InBuilding Coverage Network Components: RAN & Backhauling Core Switch & Routing Modems IP Infrastructure & Service Platforms Satellite Communications
  15. 15. VASCustomer Care & Billing Customer care & Self Customer Care Billing Post-Paid Pre-Paid Converged CRM and Customer Base Analysis Churn PreventionCustomer Care & Billing VM Voice Mail Video Mail Text & Multimedia Messaging IM / E-Mail / ChatContent Content Delivery Platforms Content Adaptation Mobile Internet Mobile TV IPTV
  16. 16. Applications Gaming Location Based Services (LBS) Music Social Networks Mobile Advertisement
  17. 17. HS & Devices Operating Systems Pre-Installed Applications Clients Devices Components Processors Chips Antennas
  18. 18. Telecom: Leadership & Innovation The Global Leaders The Forming Leaders The Innovative Coming Global Leaders
  19. 19. WhyIsrael?
  20. 20. Focus on Innovation
  21. 21. Multinational ISVs with R&D & Manufacturing Centers in Israel** Partial List
  22. 22. Success Stories Some leading examples: M-Systems Invented and develops the flash data storage solutions for digital mobile devices and consumer electronics markets Comverse (Founded in 1982) , originally founded in Israel, is a global leading VAS vendor. Comverse was the pioneer in Voicemail, SMS and service delivery platforms, installed in more than 500 Service providers world-wide
  23. 23. Success Stories - Cont’ Some leading examples: ICQ (Mirabilis) – The first internet instant messaging, launched in 1996 and acquired by AOL for $407M. ICQ had opened the way for today’s social networking arena VocalTec – The developer of IP Telephony Communications, released the first VoIP program at 1995
  24. 24. Success Stories - Cont’ Some leading examples: Alvarion is the leading Wi-Max & Broadband wireless systems provider to service providers. Alvarion installed base includes around 300 deployments over 150 countries Jajah – The leading provider of VoIP service connecting two mobile or fixed “traditional” lines, without downloading any software
  25. 25. The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute Promoting Business Relationships between Israeli and Overseas Companies on All Levels: Technological Commercial Industrial Facilitating: IEICI was established in 1958 jointly by the Israeli Trade Opportunities government and the private Joint Ventures sector as a non-profit Strategic Alliances organization. Technological Collaborations
  26. 26. Your Key to Israel’s Telecommunications Industry The Israel Export & International Cooperation Institute Mr. Roy On Business Development ManagerTelecommunications Industry, Technology Industries Division Tel: + 972 3 514 2955 E-mail: royo@export.gov.il Website: www.export.gov.il
  27. 27. Thank you!Questions & Comments

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