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    • Korea Wifi business opportunity surveyKorea Wifi business opportunity surveyKorea Wifi business opportunity surveyKorea Wifi business opportunity survey Sirena Cheng /Sirena Cheng /Sirena Cheng /Sirena Cheng / 정폐은 Dec. 2, 2010Dec. 2, 2010Dec. 2, 2010Dec. 2, 2010 www.sirenacheng.net Mobile Technology MigrationMobile Technology MigrationMobile Technology MigrationMobile Technology Migration TimelineTimelineTimelineTimeline
    • CDMA2000 Market Maturity andCDMA2000 Market Maturity andCDMA2000 Market Maturity andCDMA2000 Market Maturity and Future GrowthFuture GrowthFuture GrowthFuture Growth Mobile data traffic trendsMobile data traffic trendsMobile data traffic trendsMobile data traffic trends 3.63.63.63.6 ExabytesExabytesExabytesExabytes per Month of Mobile Data Traffic by 2014per Month of Mobile Data Traffic by 2014per Month of Mobile Data Traffic by 2014per Month of Mobile Data Traffic by 2014
    • GlobalGlobalGlobalGlobal Wireless SubscriberWireless SubscriberWireless SubscriberWireless Subscriber Growth by RegionGrowth by RegionGrowth by RegionGrowth by Region Indonesia, India, China and Africa are by far the fastest growingIndonesia, India, China and Africa are by far the fastest growingIndonesia, India, China and Africa are by far the fastest growingIndonesia, India, China and Africa are by far the fastest growing wirelesswirelesswirelesswireless markets.markets.markets.markets. Mobile data traffic and user devicesMobile data traffic and user devicesMobile data traffic and user devicesMobile data traffic and user devices
    • The Convergence of MobileThe Convergence of MobileThe Convergence of MobileThe Convergence of Mobile Broadcast andBroadcast andBroadcast andBroadcast and WirelessWirelessWirelessWireless BroadbandBroadbandBroadbandBroadband A Forecast of Mobile Data Traffic by JapanA Forecast of Mobile Data Traffic by JapanA Forecast of Mobile Data Traffic by JapanA Forecast of Mobile Data Traffic by Japan’’’’ssss MICMICMICMIC
    • KDDI ApproachKDDI ApproachKDDI ApproachKDDI Approach towards Mobile Broadbandtowards Mobile Broadbandtowards Mobile Broadbandtowards Mobile Broadband EraEraEraEra ADSLADSLADSLADSL FTTBFTTBFTTBFTTB FTTHFTTHFTTHFTTH WISPWISPWISPWISP (WLAN)(WLAN)(WLAN)(WLAN) 3G3G3G3G CO EquipmentCO EquipmentCO EquipmentCO Equipment DSLAM ($ 5000 ~$6000 for 48-port DSLAM) Core Router, DWDM ,and Media Converters Core Router, DWDM ,and Media Converters, PON OLT Outdoor AP ($100 ~ $1000USD) UMTS Station (Starting at $30000 USD) CE EquipmentCE EquipmentCE EquipmentCE Equipment ADSL Modem VDSL Modem Fiber Switch, Pon ONU Wireless AP Client Cards 3G Dongle Physical LinePhysical LinePhysical LinePhysical Line Phone Line Fiber Fiber None None Line CostLine CostLine CostLine Cost Yes Expensive Expensive, but reducing with G.PON None None MobilityMobilityMobilityMobility No No No Low Yes SubscriberSubscriberSubscriberSubscriber’’’’ssss BandwidthBandwidthBandwidthBandwidth �ADSL: 512K ~8Mbps �ADSL 2/2+: 10Mbps to 24Mbps About 10Mbps 30 ~100Mbps 128 kbpsto 20mbps 7.3Mbps to 14.4Mb ExpandabilityExpandabilityExpandabilityExpandability Difficult to areas without phone lines Expensive Expensive Easy. But complicate instillation in Metro area Easy Telecom Equipment ComparisonTelecom Equipment ComparisonTelecom Equipment ComparisonTelecom Equipment Comparison
    • Public WLAN Interworking Vision KT WiFi Integrated Billing & SubscriberKT WiFi Integrated Billing & SubscriberKT WiFi Integrated Billing & SubscriberKT WiFi Integrated Billing & Subscriber Management SystemManagement SystemManagement SystemManagement System � The world’s largest wireless LAN (WiFi) hotspot spans the entire country of South Korea, and is centralized in Seoul. Launched in January 2002, NESPOT has over 800,000 wireless access points throughout the city of Seoul and surrounding areas, with over 1.2 million wireless users. � KT’s high-speed Internet service called NESPOT enables easy Internet and content service access through a notebook computer or PDA equipped with a wireless LAN card. The WiFi service can be used anywhere within designated zones such as hotels, university campuses, cafes, exhibition halls, airports, and on the subway while moving. � The WiFi service was rolled-out in January 2002. With a subscriber base of over 6,500,000 users, KT integrated the Wi-Fi portion of their network into a common RADIUS server infrastructure that secures all wireline & wireless users over ADSL, ISDN, PSTN, and Wi-Fi.
    • KT proposes global free Wi-Fi toKT proposes global free Wi-Fi toKT proposes global free Wi-Fi toKT proposes global free Wi-Fi to solve 3G datasolve 3G datasolve 3G datasolve 3G data overloadoverloadoverloadoverload Published: 18 November, 2010Published: 18 November, 2010Published: 18 November, 2010Published: 18 November, 2010 � Mobile operators are getting increasingly interested in using Wi-Fi to offload data from their overstretched 3G networks, and some, like AT&T, have invested heavily in their own hotspots or in partnerships. But none has yet gone as far as Korea's KT, which has called on cellcos round the world to establish free global Wi-Fi roaming to make offload even more effective. � Hyun-Myung Pyo, president KT's mobile division, told the GSMA's Mobile Asia Congress that the operator is offloading two-thirds of its mobile data - around 2,500Tb a month - to WLans. "Operators need to collaborate to build global free Wi-Fi roaming to offload 3G traffic," he said. SK Telecom unveils LTE, 3G upgrade, Wi-SK Telecom unveils LTE, 3G upgrade, Wi-SK Telecom unveils LTE, 3G upgrade, Wi-SK Telecom unveils LTE, 3G upgrade, Wi- Fi expansion plansFi expansion plansFi expansion plansFi expansion plans � Korean communications firm SK Telecom has unveiled plans for LTE, expanded Wi- Fi coverage, new services and service plans. The new tariff plans and products still need to be approved by the Korea Communications Commission (KCC). � From August, 2010, SK Telecom plans to offer unlimited data service to users who subscribe to higher-end All-In-One plans. The company will also introduce mobile VoIP to customers who sign-up to All-In-One Plans 55, 65, 80, and 95 and Number One Plan. To support the data services, the company will improve its 3G network performance and expand network capacity. � From October, 2010, the operator will offer expanded network capacity through the bandwidth which was additionally allocated by KCC last May. The company will also deploy HSPA+ in the Seoul metropolitan area, which will offer upload speeds of up to 5.76 Mbps and download speeds of up to 21 Mbps. SK Telecom also revealed it will start providing LTE services in Seoul from 2011 and will expand the service to the Seoul metropolitan area and six other cities by 2012. Nationwide coverage is planned for 2013. � To support the new service, SK Telecom plans to launch data modem handsets in 2011 and 2-chip handsets - devices compatible with both 3G and LTE - in 2012. Additionally, the operator will establish 15,000 Wi-Fi zones before year-end, which is 50 percent more than the goal the company set at the start of this year. Finally, the operator will also launch bundled products for households, which will offer free fixed- line products to households, based on the number of mobile lines they use.