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  • EV-DO Revision A significantly improves upon data rates, capacities and Quality of Service capabilities of EV-DO Revision 0, enhancing latency-sensitive and bandwidth-intensive applications like: Sending large data/video files Video messaging Wireline backup/disaster recovery Key Messages Sprint will be the leader in delivering the next generation Mobile Broadband Service – Sprint has a strategic commitment to building an extensive REV A network, because of its plans to support its next generation Push-to-Talk service. Sprint will build an equally comprehensive next generation Mobile Broadband service - Sprint’s migration will begin in 2006 and have over 200 million pops covered by mid-year 2007. Sprint’s migration to EVDO REV A will enable customers to do even more with Mobile Broadband – EVDO REV A will dramatically improve uplink speeds, average 300 – 400 kpbs. Downlink averages will improve to 500 – 800 kpbs. Features include: lower latency, quality of service, and multicast capabilities. Sprint’s next generation Mobile Broadband will be viable alternative to wireline local access – Sprint is already delivering Wireless WAN services to for lower bandwidth applications; with EVDO REV A and our extensive coverage plans, customers can use REV A to connect smaller offices and run voice and data applications.
  • Devices compatible with Mac OS via Sprint SmartView for Mac download at www.sprint.com/downloads : Sierra: Compass 597, AC595, 597E, 595U Novatel: S720, EX720, U727, U720
  • The Junxion MBR is an enterprise grade model. It has a durable metal case and when equipment with an available mounting bracket it meets federal mill specs. It is a great alternative for those companies who want an unmanaged solution for replacing or backing up their wireline data connection. Junxion also offers remote management of several routers by one person with it’s “Field Commander” management software. The Linksys MBR is an ideal low cost router that is easy to transport. It is perfect for setting up a quick hot spot for 3-5 users.
  • The Junxion MBR is an enterprise grade model. It has a durable metal case and when equipment with an available mounting bracket it meets federal mill specs. It is a great alternative for those companies who want an unmanaged solution for replacing or backing up their wireline data connection. Junxion also offers remote management of several routers by one person with it’s “Field Commander” management software. The Linksys MBR is an ideal low cost router that is easy to transport. It is perfect for setting up a quick hot spot for 3-5 users.
  • Sprint Proprietary - Speaker notes for internal use only Now… In order to explain why this is possible, I need to let you on a little secret: Your Nextel… its actually a radio , and the iDEN network is actually an 800mhz trunked radio network . Your Direct Connect and Group Connect calls go over our private network . Cellular calls on the other hand go over the PSTN, which can and often does become overloaded This is why Nextel radios worked reliably at Ground Zero and the Pentagon on 9/11/01 .
  • Now, the second critical element of “Dispatch Operations is CAD. CAD is the function of identifying and managing mobile resources Now we can offer mobile or fixed interoperable CAD solutions. Now from a MDT/MDC or fixed computer you can see any/all resources regardless of the network these resources are on. It’s a way to: Locate Police, Fire, Rescue on a single map screen Cut transportation costs Respond more quickly to emergencies Improve safety of community and first responders It’s a common operating picture.
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    • 1. STREAMLINE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT www.StreamlineCM.com [email_address] 1-888-244-3294
    • 2. STREAMLINE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT www.ReliableConnect.com [email_address] 1-888-244-3294
    • 3.
      • Welcome to the Sprint Nextel
      • MCOECN Wireless back-up Solutions
      Zac Shields & Jim Cavanaugh
    • 4. Agenda
      • Welcome and Opening Remarks – Duane Baker, MCOECN
      • Overview of Streamline’s effort to-date – Chris Shepard, Streamline
      • Sprints EVDO REV A
        • Mobile Broadband Routers
          • Redundancy Solutions
        • Sprint Airave – Femtocell technology
      • APPENDIX
      • Critical Communication
      • Converged Network Solutions
      • PDA Portfolio
    • 5. Leading the migration to EV-DO Rev A
      • 6 times faster upstream speeds than 1xRTT
      • Increased speed both upstream and down enables new voice and video applications
      • EV-DO Rev A will support QoS and multicast, important to voice and video
      • EV-DO Rev A is fully backward-compatible, interoperable with EV-DO Revision 0 networks and devices
      T1 DSL Dial Up Average Upload Peak Upload Average Download Peak Download 1xRTT (Vision) Avg 50-70 Kbps UL and DL Peak 144 Kbps UL and DL 2001 EV-DO (Rev A) Avg 350-500 Kbps UL Avg 600-1,400 Kbps DL Peak 1.8 Mbps UL Peak 3.1 Mbps DL 2007-2008 Up to 6 times faster uploads even faster downloads 2004-2006 EV-DO (Rev 0) Avg 50-70 Kbps UL Avg 400-700 Kbps DL Peak 144 Kbps UL Peak 2 Mbps DL Up to 10 times faster downloads
    • 6. Sprint Mobile Broadband Devices Model Rev. A Capable GPS Enabled Form Factor Positioning Availability Novatel Merlin EX720 Yes Yes Express Extends compactly from laptop 2/07 Sierra Aircard 597E Yes Yes Express Better Mac OS experience 6/07 Sierra 598U Yes Yes USB Small and Light 1/09 Novatel Ovation U760 Yes Yes USB Smallest USB Modem in the U.S. 11/08
      • Sprint provides the most robust portfolio of devices to meet customer needs
        • Full line of form factors from PCMCIA to latest in USB technologies
        • Portfolio of devices to help meet budget constraints and preferred device manufacturers supported with IT organizations
        • Device enhancements continue to exceed industry standards with latest Micro SD memory capabilities and GPS enablement
      All information as of 04/14/08.
    • 7. Mobile Broadband Router Solutions Routers runs off a single Mobile Broadband device to share the EVDO wireless data signal, via WiFi or Ethernet, with multiple users Wireless Access Router Sprint Mobile Broadband Device Sprint’s Mobile Broadband Network Ethernet Laptop Wi-Fi Laptop Wi-Fi Laptop Wi-Fi Laptop Wi-Fi
    • 8. Small Office Redundancy For a small branch office a single router can be used to connect to a primary wired ISP connection and use 3G Cellular wireless mobile broadband for automatic failover.
    • 9. Mobile Broadband Router Solutions Small office deployments • Mobile event internet access • Disaster recovery / emergency response
      • Cradlepoint CBA250 – Cellular Broadband Adapter
      • Provides IP Pass-Through capabilities for a LAN device requireing wireless broadband access.
      • Supports USB and Express Card modems
      • Provides an “always-on” mode ready to pass traffic as needed for backup or primary access
      • Signal strength meter display helps in determining the best placement for optimum reception.
      • MSRP is $179.99
    • 10. Larger Office Redundancy
      • Larger organizations will typically have an enterprise class router in place at the edge of their network. In this instance, a small cellular router can pass IP traffic through as an alternate source of Internet access.
    • 11. Mobile Broadband Router Solutions Small office deployments • Mobile event internet access • Disaster recovery / emergency response
      • Cradlepoint MBR800 – Mobile Broadband Router
      • The MBR800 is a cost effective broadband router with 3G failover for built-in redundancy .
      • When the MBR800 senses a disruption in service it automatically switches from a wired to a 3G network.
      • Supports both USB and Express Card modems
      • Signal strength meter display helps in determining the best placement for optimum reception.
      • MSRP is $199.99
    • 12. Mobile Broadband Router Options
      • Many mobile broadband cellular routers are available from vendors such as: Kyocera, Cradlepoint, Top Global, Sierra Wireless, and others.
      • Cost can vary between $150 to $800 depending on the manufacturer and feature set.
      • Before purchasing a router, make sure it has the options that you want and that it supports the connection card modems available to you.
      • WiFi is a very popular option available from virtually all the mobile broadband router providers, including Cradlepoint.
    • 13. Nextel Emergency Communications When Communications are Critical
    • 14. PTT Communications Reliability Optimal Interoperability Public Switched Telephone Network Nextel National Network Dispatch/ Push-to-Talk Can Become Overloaded in emergencies
    • 15. DirectTalk: Off-Network Communication
      • Allows the user to communicate within 2 – 5 miles to other Talkaround capable devices
        • Uses public 900 frequency (ISM 900MHz)
        • User switches into DirectTalk “mode”, where handset becomes a local two-way radio
        • Network based services (Direct Connect, Group Connect, Cellular, Data) are not available in DT mode
      • -When in DT mode, all voice communication will occur using the High Audio or through a headset
      • -Allows customers to privately communicate with one another user by using their 10 digit phone number “Private Talkaround Call”. User must be on same channel to use private calls.
      • -Public Safety, Public Works, Rural Areas, In-Building Communication, Recreation
        • Allows for out-of-coverage communication
        • Provides reliable backup during network outages
        • 3rd voice communication capability in single handset
        • Supports about 20 local users per channel/code (10/15)
    • 16. Secure Parallel Communications Sprint Emergency Response Team
      • Services
      • Design, Consulting, Technical Support
      • Training
      • Scenarios, Field Operations
      • Equipment & Infrastructure
      • Satellite Cell on Light Truck (SatColt)
      • Cell on Wheels (COW)
      • Bi-Directional Amplifier (BDA)
      • Products and Services
      • RDS Go-Kits
      • Wireless Priority Services
      • Vehicle Integration
    • 17. STREAMLINE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT FUNDING [email_address] 1-888-244-3294
    • 18.
      • Funding Options & Strategies
      • Karen Aronoff
      • Public Sector/Education Account Manager
      • April 30 th
    • 19.
      • Sources of Funding
    • 20. Funding Options & Strategies Ten Tips for Getting More Funding
      • Learn as much as possible about each program to which you intend to apply
      • Involve others in your project, but be judicious; have a purpose for their involvement
      • Customize each proposal to the requirements of the funder
      • Get reviewers comments for non-winning proposals and use their feedback in future proposals ( www.fcc.gov/foia )
      • Include only support letters that demonstrate a real commitment on the part of the sender
    • 21. Funding Options & Strategies Ten Tips for Getting More Funding
      • Make grant-seeking part of your agency’s strategy — don’t put all your eggs in one basket
      • Be specific in your budget, most funders have generous allowances for budget length
      • Don’t include materials other than those specifically requested by the funder
      • Have an outsider edit your proposal before you submit it
      • Follow directions
    • 22. Funding Options & Strategies Programs: Education
        • Enhancing Education Through Technology
        • Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools
        • Improving Literacy Through School Libraries
        • 21 st Century Community Learning Centers
    • 23. Funding Opportunities K-12
      • Distance Learning and Telemedicine Grants (7702)
      • Educational Technology State Grants (15403)
      • Foreign Language Assistance (14273)
      • Teaching Traditional American History (20717)
      • Carol M. White Physical Education Program (13209)
      • COPS Secure Our Schools (14769)
      • Readiness and Emergency Management for Schools (18114)
      • Improving Literacy Through School Libraries (17517)
      • Fund for the Improvement of Education (earmark)
    • 24. Grant packaging considerations
        • Some things to consider in your budget: training time for yourself and others
        • Planning facilitation
        • Testing the technology
        • Reporting and evaluation (administrator requested in grant)
        • Communications tools (emergency communications, etc)
        • Grant administration
    • 25. Grant seeking for educational technology and communications
      • Some of the best funders are not “technology” grants
      • Be sure the technology you propose supports the outcomes the grant is seeking to produce
        • Consider collaboration identify excess capacity
        • Get executive sign off from collaborators
        • Utilize community organizations to bring them into the process
    • 26. Good sources of information
      • Dept. Websites (www.ed.gov)
      • Federal Electronic Grants Clearinghouse (www.grants.gov)
      • Grants Office (www.grantsoffice.com)
      • Federal and state program staff (www.usa.gov)
      • Other grant databases ( www.fdncenter.org )
    • 27. Grant Writing Assistance
      • Understand grant requirements
      • Write and submit a full proposal
      • Assist with follow-up
      • Additional fee applies
    • 28. Sprint Grants Office
      • Contact Grants Office
        • For Grants Development:
      • Dan Casion
            • Manager of Grants Development Services
            • [email_address]
            • (585) 473-1430 ext. 113
        • For other inquiries:
      • Kathleen Kelly Manager of Business Development
            • [email_address]
      • (585) 473-1430 ext. 105
      • Karen Aronoff, 513-545-7121
    • 29. STREAMLINE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT MASS NOTIFICATION [email_address] 1-888-244-3294
    • 30. STREAMLINE COMMUNICATIONS MANAGEMENT IMPROVING CONNECTIVITY (Freedom Antenna, Airave Broadband Wireless [email_address] 1-888-244-3294
    • 31. Sprint AIRAVE – Femtocell Technology Creates a CDMA signal within a home or small office providing full bar coverage in a small locations Sprint is the first carrier to launch a femtocell based solution - Supports 3 simultaneous calls AIRAVE is a “mini” CDMA cell tower for your house IRAVE How it’s connected

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