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    Firetide introduction-2011 Firetide introduction-2011 Presentation Transcript

    • Opportunities with Firetide Wireless Infrastructure Technology, Applications, Market Trends 1
    • Objectives Firetide’s market position Review wireless options & their differentiators Highlight trends is wireless infrastructure Introduce Firetide’s product portfolio Working together 2
    • Firetide Snapshot Headquartered in Los Gatos, CA Leading provider of wireless infrastructure mesh and broadband access networks Market leader in wireless infrastructure for public safety video surveillance Technology leader through continued innovation Over 2000 installations in 40 countries 3
    • Firetide’s Market Position 4
    • #1 in Video Wireless Mesh in Americas IMS Research report on wireless video surveillance  Firetide is #1 market share in wireless mesh  #3 in the overall market (mesh, PtP, PtMP) 5
    • IMS: Three Large & Fast Growing Markets Government Transportation Commercial 6
    • Wireless Options 7
    • Wireless Infrastructure Topologies Wi-Fi Access Point to PointPoint to Multi-Point Multi-Point to Multi-Point (Mesh) 8
    • Why is Redundancy Important? Wireless gear is very reliable…. …but it is frequently installed on light poles which aren’t 9
    • Not All ‘Wireless Mesh’ Created Equal 10
    • Imagine a Traditional Wired SwitchMost efficient mesh utilizes L2 distributed wireless switch architecture (Wired Ethernet infrastructure) 11
    • Now, Give Each Port Wireless Capability (Wired Ethernet infrastructure) 12
    • Separate the Ports… Bingo, a Virtual Ethernet Switch!(Wired Ethernet infrastructure) 13
    • Metro-scale Mesh Networks Wi-Fi access Radiological or chemical threat detection Gun-shot detection 14
    • Key Technology DifferentiatorsCustomer Infrastructure Mesh AP PtP PtMPBenefit MeshScalability forvideoSecurityInfrastructureMobilityBackhaul Every 10-15 hops Every 2-3 hops Every link Every base stationrequirementInvestment Indoor and outdoor, Indoor and outdoor, Outdoor only, complex Outdoor only,Protection multiple applications access point based, network management, complex network (data, video, voice) data support only no scalability management, limited scalability 15
    • Wireless InfrastructureApplications & Trends 16
    • Wireless-Enabled Campus/City 17
    • Infrastructure Mobility 30 fps video at 60 mph with zero packet loss 18
    • Mobility Goes Beyond Public Transit Consideration for 95% of mesh projects Commercial, public safety, mines, prisons, etc. 19
    • Wireless Off-load 20
    • Utilities: Mesh for WAN/Physical Security 21
    • 900 MHz to MIMO Mesh 900 MHz connection to well sites MIMO backbone to interconnect facilities (100+ Mbps) 22
    • WLAN & Mesh Coming Together 23
    • Firetide Product Portfolio 24
    • Product & Service Portfolio HotView Pro Professional Network Management Software Services Hardware Site Survey Platforms Design Integrated HotPoint HotClient Installation Wireless Bridge HotPort Video Solution Access CPE CommissioningInfrastructure Knowledge Mesh WLAN transfer Mobility Controller Controller Training 25
    • Wireless Infrastructure Mesh: Core Model Form Application Deployment Radio MIMO? factorHotPort 7000 Fixed; Indoor & Single & MIMO Mobility; outdoor dual radio available 900 MHzFiretide IVS- Fixed; Outdoor Single & MIMO 100 (7000 Mobility only dual radio available mesh) 26
    • Firetide Infrastructure Mesh• Throughput, reliability and security of wire • Up to 300 Mbps outdoors/400 Mbps indoors in PtP • 100-150 Mbps sustained over multiple hops • Fiber-equivalent 0.9 ms latency per hop • Typical ranges: .5 – 5 miles • Up to 12-15 miles (w/ specialized antennas)• Convenient upgrade path • From non-MIMO to MIMO • From single radio to dual-radio 27
    • Point-to-Point: Stepping Stone to Mesh Model Form Capacity Radio Power MIMO? factor FWB-100 35 Mbps Single radio PoE only No MIMO FWB-200 150 Mbps Single radio PoE; DC MIMO (+ backup radio)HotPort 7000 300 Mbps Dual radio DC MIMO 28
    • WLAN: AP, CPE, WLAN Controller Model Form factor Standard Radio Deployment MIMO?HotPoint 4000 802.11b/g Single radio Indoor & No MIMO AP outdoorHotPoint 5000 802.11a/b/g/n Dual radio Indoor & MIMO AP outdoorHotClient 2000 802.11a/b/g Single radio Indoor & CPE outdoorFiretide WLAN Supports Controller both 4000 & 5000 29
    • Firetide WLAN Solution Simple to buy, deploy & manage • WLAN Controller, all included: security, policy, mobility • Plug-and-play setup & management Performance & reliability • Enterprise-grade capacity and scalability Attractive margin structure  Sold exclusively through the channel• Leverages Firetide mesh  For cost-effective & reliable backhaul 30
    • Firetide Professional Services Turn Key Solution • Adaptable – from site survey to complete turnkey • Flexible – project based • Firetide will provide an estimate for both labor and equipment • Local Firetide team will facilitate 31
    • Contact Uswww.firetide.com+1-408-399-7771info@firetide.com 32