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  • 1.  
  • 2. Affordable computing for everyone An overview
  • 3. 4 out of 5 people in the world have never touched a computer. This is our machine….
  • 4. Olea – 10.2” Touchscreen
  • 5. Ink “ILEX”
  • 6. ILEX Scaled Against Blackberry
  • 7. ILEX SIDE VIEW
  • 8. Pyrus Desktop
  • 9. Skin Selection
  • 10. Box Design
  • 11. A Revolution in Tablet Form
    • ROM based PC for virus free computing
    • Personal, Portable, Public
      • Personal – familiar and customizable
      • Portable – use anytime, anywhere
      • Public – can be used by anyone (external memory configures personal options) ‏
    • Low cost
    • Environmentally Green
    • Practical performance
    • No Software license fees…ever!
  • 12. A Price Revolution
    • Target price of Ink-Media OLEA & ILEX : Under US$300
      • Computer
      • LCD Colour Monitor
      • Mouse
      • 4 USB 2.0 Ports, 2 SD RAM slots
      • WiFi enabled
      • Swappable keyboards (lower case, other language, rubberised etc) ‏
      • Video capable
    • Target price of Ink-Media Pyrus (desktop) : Under US$160 (monitor or keyboard supplied by user) ‏
  • 13. Price Includes All This Licence Free Software
    • Office and Educationally oriented programs:
      • Word processing (similar to Microsoft Word) ‏
      • Spreadsheet (similar to Microsoft Excel) ‏
      • Presentation software (similar to Power Point) ‏
      • Drawing program
      • Web Design program
      • Text Editor
    • Communications programs:
      • Internet Browser
      • E-Mail
      • Web Meeting
      • Instant Messaging
      • Voice Over Internet Protocol (VOIP) ‏
      • File Transfer Protocol (FTP) ‏
    • Graphics Programs:
      • Vector Drawing
      • Paint Program
      • PDF Creation (similar to Adobe Acrobat) and Publishing program
  • 14. Ink-Media Products
    • Ink-Media Laptop - (OLEA) Innovative 10.2” touchscreen and ILEX clamshell laptop design
    • Ink Media Pyrus - Desktop PC no monitor keyboard or mouse
    • Cache Ink-Media - (Caching Server) For pre-loaded content in areas without good internet connection
    • Ink-Media Portal - a virtual shopping mall and information gateway
    • Ink-Media-ADDS - Variety of peripherals and accessories including branded cases, flash memory dongles of various capacities, MP3 Players, USB Skype Phones, MP3, Keyboards, Mice, TV adapters, etc.
    • Ink-Media-Health – Solutions for field and diagnostic home monitoring
    • Ink-Media-POS - Intelligent point of sale and Money Bar (or other) payment solution with RFID Contactless Card Readers
    • Ink-Media-VOIP - low cost VOIP and PBX server with VOIP Phones
    • Ink-Media-LEARN - e-Learning content by renowned publishers and internal development
  • 15. Ink-Media Pyrus (Desktop) ‏
    • Will not have a Monitor, Keyboard, or Mouse
    • Its target market price will be ~$160
    • It will be more affordable to emerging markets
    • Suitable for business travellers – light weight
      • Pluggable to Hotel TVs (monitor)
      • Flexible Keyboards
  • 16. Specifications
    • VIA C7-M ULV Processor
    • Supports 1024 X 768 True Color Video Output*
    • (RGB and LCD) Plus mpeg 2 hardware decoder
    • 4 USB 2.0 ports
    • 2 SD slots
    • 512 MB RAM
    • 1 GB NAND Flash, containing read only file system (compressed) ‏
    • 1GB SD memory card or 1GB Flash stick / MP3 player (optional) ‏
    • 1 Stereo minipin audio out, stereo minipin mic in
    • 1 RGB out for VGA monitor
    • 10/100 Ethernet jack
    • 802.11 b/g WiFi
    • 110-220 Volt input power supply
    • 5-8 Hours of battery life
    • 8.0" Diagonal SVGA display (4:3) ‏
    • Supporting 800 x 600 True Color *with internal LCD disabled
  • 17. Benefits
    • Universal language support
    • Highly resistant to viruses & spy ware
    • Virtually maintenance free
    • No moving parts
      • No Hard Drive crashes
      • No Fan needed as no heat generated
    • Compatible with WinTel (Microsoft) file structures- Creates and save files without issues
    • No licenses
    • Affordable (about the cost of a cell phone) ‏
    • Internet and multi-media capable
    • IP phone capable
    • Fast boot up/ never slows down
    • Tablet mode
    • Touchscreen enabled
    • Very low power usage/Long battery life/ cheap replacements/ 12v input
    • Mostly user serviceable
    • Secure
    • Extremely robust case and solid state circuits (no moving parts) ‏
    • Environmentally sensitive production and components
    • Extremely lightweight
  • 18. Ink-Media Already Has Channels Or Pending Orders From:
    • American Samoa
    • Argentina
    • Cambodia
    • Canada
    • China
    • Hong Kong
    • Ghana
    • India
    • Iran
    • Italy
    • Japan
    • Lebanon
    • Malaysia
    • Netherlands
    • Philippines
    • Sri Lanka
    • Tahiti
    • Thailand
    • Tobago
    • Tonga
    • Trinidad
    • United Kingdom
    • United States
    • Western Samoa
  • 19. Market
    • Horizontal Markets
      • Emerging countries and inclusive agendas for demographics in other regions
    • Vertical Markets
      • Education - schools & universities
      • SME – small offices, (POS terminals) ‏
      • Homes
    • Geographical Markets
      • Asia – China, India, Pakistan, ASEAN Trading Bloc
      • Africa
      • Eastern Europe
      • Latin America
      • Middle East
  • 20. Committed Distribution
    • American Samoa
    • Nigeria
    • Ghana
    • Lebanon
    • Jordan
    • Sri Lanka
    • Russia
    • Japan
    • Netherlands
    • Denmark
    • Italy
    • Philippines
    • Malaysia
    • India
    • Iran
    • Argentina
    • Canada
    • USA
    • China
    • Hong Kong
    • Thailand
  • 21. Development Path 2010
    • System in Package (SiP) ‏
    • Reduces design to a single chip stack
    • Creates an extremely small sized, low cost computing platform
    • Runs any operating system
    • Opens up wearable computing possibilities
  • 22. Market Comparisons
  • 23. Training & Education Centre INK MEDIA will provide as an adjunct to the Assembly plant and Distribution Centre, a training centre. This centre will have several functions: 1. Train the Trainers InkMedia staff will arrange for a hands on training centre that will train the trainers. 2. The trainees will utilize the training facility to schedule training of key persons The trainers will also be available to travel to aid in the set up of initiatives in surrounding countries. 3. The centre will also act as a repository for a host of online courses that are now available, these courses and open source software titles will be available for reproduction on proxy servers and through Internet offering when available. 4. The Centre will provide a host service for external agencies wishing to offer courses. For example, Help University of Malaysia may wish to utilize the centre while establishing a more permanent base of operations.
  • 24. ICT FOR GOVERNMENTS Ink Media’s Assembly and Distribution plant is much more than a simple computer manufacturing facility. The Centre provides training and outreach to neighboring countries and rural regions Equally importantly, the Centre will provide training on FOSS based solutions for streamlining governmental services. This offering will allow governmental agencies to set-up and test server based solutions for the development of non-military social infrastructure solutions. The centre will have both a small server farm as well as a series of input laboratories where innovative solutions can be built and tested.
  • 25. ICT MODERNIZATION FOR PEOPLE There are many elements to a modernization plan for ICT. The first element is establishing a broad based need for the services. The government must have a commitment to modernization that impacts all people. Thereafter, it is commitment in creating affordable means to accomplish the goals. The benefits of ICT are dramatic. Health care information becomes readily available. Education opportunities are de-linked to physical locations and physical resources. ICT brings a wealth of business opportunities from tourism to all forms of entrepreneurism without the necessity of urban migration.
  • 26. OLDES HEALTHCARE
  • 27. Objectives of the project The number of long term ill and old people is dramatically increasing and the related burden in term of public expense getting higher and higher – these are the two main reasons motivating the OLDES project. Today more and more old people are living alone, in many cases with no families helping them nor enough money to afford private carers. Getting inspiration from these facts, OLDES is implementing an innovative technological platform, with low cost and easy use, able to provide a wider range of services to a higher number of elderly people
  • 28.
    • OLDES PROJECT
    • Defines an innovative and alternative welfare system, replacing the existing one, which is no longer sustainable, The system is easily customised according to user needs and used on a large scale.
    • Potentially all elderly people in the cities and surrounding areas in the future will be tele-assisted, contributing greatly to the simplification and systemisation of assistance services and providing public cost savings.
    • The system allows long term ill, older people and their families to live more serene and assisted lives in their own homes, without representing too high a cost burdening the whole society.
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  • 29. System offers
    • Tele-medicine
    • Tele-assistance
    • Tele-entertainment and
    • Tele-company services
    • System enlarges the number of people assisted by public services, even if public resources are decreasing whilst the number of old people increases.
  • 30. OLDES provides
    • User entertainment services, through easy-to-access thematic channels and special interest forums; as well as, health care facilities based on established Internet and tele-care communication standards.
    • The system includes wireless environment and medical sensors linked via a contact centre to social services and health care providers.
    • A Knowledge Management (KM) program, an advanced user profiling system that will enhance communication between all the stakeholders of the system. OLDES puts older people at the centre and makes their needs the main priority in all developments. This will be achieved through the use of modeling and animation tools to create scenarios designed to elicit responses from older people, their carers and service providers.
  • 31. WIMAX
  • 32. What is WIMAX?
    • WIMAX stands for Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access
    • WiMAX refers to broadband wireless networks that are based on the IEEE 802.16 standard, which ensures compatibility and interoperability between broadband wireless access equipment
    • WiMAX, has a range of up to 31 miles, is primarily aimed at making broadband network access widely available without the expense of stringing wires (as in cable-access broadband) or the distance limitations of Digital Subscriber Line.
  • 33. THINK OF INTERNET
    • There are three possible ways to access internet.
      • Broadband access
      • Uses DSL or cable modem at home and T1 or T3 line at office
      • WIFI
      • Uses WIFI routers at home and hotspots on the road
      • Dial Up Connection
  • 34. Proven TECHNOLOGY
    • Broadband access is too expensive and WiFi coverage is very sparse.
    • Wimax technology delivers
      • High speed of broadband service
      • Wireless rather than wired access
      • Broad Coverage
  • 35.
    • A WiMAX tower , similar in concept to a cell-phone tower - A single WiMAX tower can provide coverage to a very large area as big as 3,000 square miles (~8,000 square km).
    • WiMAX receiver - The receiver and antenna could be a small box or Personal Computer Memory card, or they could be built into a laptop the way WiFi access is today
    A WIMAX system consists of
  • 36.
    • WIMAX TOWER WIMAX RECEIVER
  • 37. HOW WIMAX works?
  • 38. WIMAX Scenario
    • Consider a scenario where a WiMax-enabled computer is 10 miles away from the WiMax base station.
    • A special encryption code is given to computer to gain access to base station
    • The base station would beam data from the Internet required for computer (at speeds potentially higher than today's cable modems)‏
  • 39. WIMAX Scenario
    • The user would pay the provider monthly fee for using the service. The cost for this service could be much lower than current high-speed Internet-subscription fees because the provider never had to run cables
    • The WiMAX protocol is designed to accommodate several different methods of data transmission, one of which is Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) or Skype type calls
    • If WiMAX-compatible computers become very common, the use of VoIP could increase dramatically. Almost anyone with a laptop could make VoIP calls
  • 40. IEEE 802.16
    • Range- 30 miles from base station
    • Speed- 70 Megabits per second
    • Frequency bands- 2 to 11 and 10 to 66
  • 41. FEATURES OF WIMAX
    • Scalability
    • Quality of Service
    • Range
    • Coverage
  • 42. Scalability
    • The 802.16 standard supports flexible radio frequency (RF) channel bandwidths.
    • The standard supports hundreds or even thousands of users within one RF channel
    • As the number of subscribers grow the spectrum can be reallocated with process of sectoring.
  • 43. BENEFITS OF WIMAX
    • Speed
      • Faster than broadband service
    • Wireless
      • Not having to lay cables reduces cost
      • Easier to extend to suburban and rural areas
    • Broad Coverage
      • Much wider coverage than WiFi hotspots
  • 44. USES OF WIMAX
  • 45. More ……
  • 46. P2MP Architecture
  • 47. Mesh Architecture
  • 48. Affordable Computing for Everyone Contact: Glenn McKnight Ink Media Inc. [email_address] (250) 415 - 2522

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