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Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
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Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet
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Portland Clear Wireless - Broadband WiMax Mobile Internet

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  • 1. Perfectly<br />CLEAR<br />
  • 2. 2<br />
  • 3. About Clearwire<br />Headquartered in Kirkland, WA<br />Telecom pioneer, Craig McCaw, founded Clearwire in October 2003 and launched the first market in 2004. Now offering service in over 200 cities in 54 markets nationwide.<br />Clearwire is a provider of reliable, wireless high-speed Internet and Clearwire Internet Phone Service that is Portable, Simple, High Speed, Secure, and Affordable; a provider of next-generation wireless broadband services that enable reliable communications anytime and anywhere within its coverage area.<br />CLEAR in Portland, Atlanta, Las Vegas and coming soon to Philadelphia!<br />
  • 4. About Clearwire<br />On May 7, 2008, Clearwire Corporation and Sprint Nextel Corporation entered into a definitive agreement to combine their next-generation wireless broadband businesses to form a new company to expedite the deployment of the first nationwide mobile WiMAX network. <br /><ul><li>In conjunction with this agreement, Intel Corporation (through Intel Capital); Google Inc.; Comcast Corporation; Cisco Systems Inc, Time Warner Cable Inc; and Bright House Networks have collectively agreed to invest $3.2 billion into the new company. </li></li></ul><li>About Clearwire<br />The new company is named Clearwire, and is headquartered in Kirkland. The existing Clearwire management team will continue to lead and operate the new company. The company will remain focused on building a national network that provides a true mobile broadband experience at home, in the office and on the road.<br />
  • 5. ClearwireMarkets<br />
  • 6. CLEAR Markets<br />• Current CLEAR markets<br /><ul><li> Portland launched 1/6
  • 7. Atlanta launched 6/15
  • 8. Las Vegas launched 7/21
  • 9. Philadelphia coming soon! </li></ul>• Mobile WiMAX network expansion under way enabling coverage of up to 120 million Americans across 80 markets in 2010.<br /><ul><li> 2009: Chicago, Charlotte, Dallas/Fort Worth, Honolulu, Philadelphia, and Seattle among cities going “CLEAR” in 2009. 
  • 10. 2010: New York, Boston, Washington, D.C., Houston and the San Francisco Bay Area lead list of planned 2010 launches. </li></li></ul><li>Portland Mobile WiMAX Coverage<br />8<br />
  • 11. Bringing All of the Pieces Together<br />9<br />
  • 12. (1)<br />Clearwire WiMAX Portfolio (1)<br />Clearwire <br />Mobile Modems<br />Future Embedded <br />Services in<br />Consumer Electronics<br />Mobile <br />Broadband <br />Services<br />Embedded Services<br /> in Laptops, Netbooks<br />& Mobile Internet Devices<br />Residential<br />Broadband &<br />Voice Services<br />Future Unified <br />Voice Services<br />3G Voice and Data MVNO<br />Future Consumer<br />And Business 4G <br />Phones<br />Mobile Voice<br />Services<br />Mobile <br />Entertainment,<br />Digital Media<br />Future Mobile <br />Video and <br />in Vehicle <br />Services<br />ISP Service Portal,<br />Mobile Video,<br />And Advertising<br />Development Partners<br />(1) Represents Clearwire’s portfolio post closing<br />10<br />
  • 13. Mobile Internet Devices<br />New Application Areas<br />Handset/CE Vendors<br />Design and Manufacturers<br />Silicon Vendors<br />Elektrobit<br />LG Electronics<br />WiMAX Device Ecosystem Readiness<br />PC Vendors<br />GE Gridnet, smart<br />power meters<br />&gt;9 Silicon<br />Vendors<br />Building the first real open network business modelfor devices and applications<br />Source: Industry Press Releases of Committed Product Intentions or Announcements<br />11<br />
  • 14. People Are Talking About WiMAX and Clearwire<br />Big investors join Clearwire&apos;s WiMAX plan<br />USA Today, 5/7/2008 <br />Wireless Industry Buzzing About WiMAX<br />USA TODAY, 3/26/07<br />WiMAX Gets Real<br />Forbes 5/7/08<br />U.N. Agency Gives Boost to WiMAX<br />New York Times, 10/20/07<br />The Top 10 Wireless Trends For 2008<br />[WiMAX #5]<br />Fortune, 12/31/07 <br />WiMAX Puts Citywide Wireless Broadband In Sight <br />USA Today, 8/10/04<br />WiMAX Deal Could Lead To Universal Connectivity<br />Seattle Times, 5/12/08<br />“Imagine having Net access almost anywhere. Clearwire has a new service that comes close to providing just that…”<br />Businessweek, August 23, 2007 <br />“…a WiMAX network would leapfrog other carriers in terms of connection speeds… WiMAX deployment is cheaper and covers more people…<br />Forbes, 8/17/07<br />“…Part of the optimism [about Clearwire] is based on the track record of McCaw, who more than a decade ago stitched together the first nationwide cellular empire…”<br />Businessweek, “Clearwire: Taking WiMAX to the Street,” 3/5/07<br />Technology Giants Form WiMAX Patent Alliance. <br />Cisco Systems, Intel, Alcatel-Lucent, Samsung Electronics, Sprint Nextel and Clearwire…<br />International Herald Tribune, 6/10/08<br />12<br />
  • 15. 3G/Cellular<br />WiFi<br />WiMAX<br />Consumers Choose WiMAX!<br />Usage Limits<br />Where You Can Use It<br />Coverage<br />Speed Description<br />Price<br />Speed<br />Can’t run peer-to-peer, sling box, video camera, etc. Monthly download cap – 5GB w possible service overage<br />Down 600 kbps – 1.4 Mbps/up 350 -800 kbps<br />Download 30 min itunes/TV show in 14 min<br />At home or in public<br />Everywhere Nationwide<br />$60 - $70 per month<br />Only in public<br />Down 500 kbps – 2 Mbps/up 300 kbps – 1 Mbps<br />Download 30 min itunes/TV show in 10 min<br />Unlimited <br />Very selected areas in most cities<br />$20 - $30 per month<br />Down 2 – 6 Mbps/up 1 Mbps<br />Download 30 min itunes/TV show in 5 min<br />At home or in public<br />Everywhere in home city and 1/3 of major US cites<br />$40 - $50 per month<br />Unlimited<br />The offers consumers most prefer when factoring in the assumptions above:<br />WiMAX<br />WiFi<br />3G/Cellular<br />Source: In-Stat, In-Depth Analysis, June 2008<br />13<br />
  • 16. 3G/Cellular<br />WiFi<br />WiMAX<br />Consumers Choose WiMAX!<br />Usage Limits<br />Where You Can Use It<br />Coverage<br />Speed Description<br />Price<br />Speed<br />Can’t run peer-to-peer, sling box, video camera, etc. Monthly download cap – 5GB w possible service overage<br />Down 600 kbps – 1.4 Mbps/up 350 -800 kbps<br />Download 30 min itunes/TV show in 14 min<br />At home or in public<br />Everywhere Nationwide<br />$60 - $70 per month<br />Only in public<br />Down 500 kbps – 2 Mbps/up 300 kbps – 1 Mbps<br />Download 30 min itunes/TV show in 10 min<br />Unlimited <br />Very selected areas in most cities<br />$20 - $30 per month<br />Down 2 – 6 Mbps/up 1 Mbps<br />Download 30 min itunes/TV show in 5 min<br />At home or in public<br />Everywhere in home city and 1/3 of major US cites<br />$40 - $50 per month<br />Unlimited<br />The offers consumers most prefer when factoring in the assumptions above:<br />WiMAX<br />WiFi<br />3G/Cellular<br />Source: In-Stat, In-Depth Analysis, June 2008<br />14<br />

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