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tired of poor quality VoIP? want state of the art phones with affordable prices? can\'t afford Cisco? Polycom? but want high definition voice? AzaCast Broadcast Communicaitons, the game changer in the …

tired of poor quality VoIP? want state of the art phones with affordable prices? can\'t afford Cisco? Polycom? but want high definition voice? AzaCast Broadcast Communicaitons, the game changer in the VoIP industry. Servicing resellers, integrators and wholesalers. www.crystalhdv.com

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  • 1. BROADCAST & COMMUNICATION SOLUTIONS VERSION 2.0   |   MARCH 2010
  • 2. OVERVIEW• Azacast offers ”customizable”, state  of the art SIP (+IPv6) telephony  communication hardware over a  100% secure North American private  digital network under the brand  digital network under the brand name CrystalHDV to a wide range of  intergrators, distributors and  intergrators distributors and wholesalers that can offer end clients  the same quality and functionality for  the same quality and functionality for 40% to 60% of the current market  price. PAGE 2  |  24
  • 3. MARKET OPPORUTNITY• Traditionally only the large Telco’s and Cable  companies were able to supply ”high end”  telephony services to the business sector,  up until recently with the changes to  national legislation, de‐regulation and VoIP  technology innovation. AzaCast’s  differentiation to most new solution  diff i i l i providers is the CrystalHDV network is 100%  guaranteed secured, agnostic to most Telco  guaranteed secured agnostic to most Telco hardware on a  private network (not over  the internet) plus offering a recurring  the internet) plus offering a recurring revenue model to integrators.  PAGE 2  |  24
  • 4. Target Markets• Wholesale distributors or communication intergartor providers only SME Hospitality Commercial IP Hardware Target Market  Specific Hospitality Video Phone Gateway Wireless Enterprise PAGE 3  |  24
  • 5. ACCOMPLISHMENTS• Cross Over Distribution a major Canadian national wholesale communication  Cross Over Distribution a major Canadian national wholesale communication distribution company now markets the AzaCast branded CrystalHDV network  and hardware through thier 200 VAR network selling to small to medium size  and hardware through thier 200 VAR network selling to small to medium size businesses throughout Canada. • Quickphones.com an American wholesale communication distribution  company now markets the AzaCast branded CrystalHDV network and hardware  to small to medium size businesses throughout the southern US.  to small to medium size businesses throughout the southern US• Several Value Added Resellers and Communication Service Providers now  Several Value Added Resellers and Communication Service Providers now market the AzaCast branded CrystalHDV network and hardware to small to  medium size businesses throughout the southern US.  medium size businesses throughout the southern US PAGE 4  |  24
  • 6. Market Interest• AzaCast has been sucessful of attracting customers across Canada providing  A C th b f l f tt ti t C d idi monthly phone service on the Crystal HDV network from coast to coast PAGE 4  |  24
  • 7. Management TeamJames Ward, CEOMr. Ward has more than 25 years experience in senior executive roles within several companies including Syntaris Power, D&B Canada, Ikon, Quebecor World, and HealthPricer. Mr. Ward has developed broad experience in business  d H l hP i M W dh d l db d i i b idevelopment, international relations, corporate communication, brand development, and sales managementDerek Herman, PresidentMr. Herman was the founder of AzaTel Communications Inc. which started SIP VoIP development 2001. AzaTel brought the first IP Centrix VoIP terminals into the development 2001 AzaTel brought the first IP Centrix VoIP terminals into themarket to customers including Primus, Lingo and Entel Chile. Mr. Herman also served as a director for DuPont, Switzerland.Ivan Quan, CFOMr. Quan has more than 30 years experience in auditing, accounting, corporate finance, venture capital, investment banking, strategic planning and business development in various countries. Ivan has held many senior executive and management roles in telecommunication companies for both ILEC and CLEC businesses in the private and public sectors. Ivan holds a B.Comm (Honours) degree and a MBA, and is a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountantsd d d b f h f h d PAGE 4  |  24
  • 8. Management TeamSpencer Williams, CTOMr. Williams has 12 years of experience in the Telecom industry, most notably as a part of the team who introduced the first affordable VoIP terminal to the North American Market in the late 90’s. H h iA i M k i h l 90’ He has internationally implemented and  i ll i l d dmanaged VoIP services on a variety of platforms integrating CPE from Cisco, Linksys, Aastra, Polycom and more. Over the past few years Mr. Williams has focused on delivering business‐grade SIP Services to the SMB market in Canada, including delivering business grade SIP Services to the SMB market in Canada includingservice certifications from Panasonic and Microsoft.David Mohammad, VP Sales Eastern RegionDavid Mohammad VP Sales Eastern RegionMr. Mohammad has over 18 years experience in the telecommunications field, having held senior roles at start‐up companies such as MetroNet Communications ‐Canadas first CLEC, as well as senior management roles at Nortel Networks in  , gresearch and development. He also heads up ventures in the alternative energy field in the areas of solar technology and serves as an advisor to the Toronto Angel Investors Society. He is a Professional Engineer practicing in the province of Ontario for the past 15 years. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from Ryerson Polytechnic Institute in Electrical Engineering and is a member of PEO PAGE 4  |  24
  • 9. EASTERN OFFICE 401 Bay Street – Suite 1600 401 Bay Street Suite 1600 Toronto, ON, Canada M5H 2Y4 Toll Free.1.877.587.3501 WESTERN OFFICE 4888 Pine Crescent Vancouver, BC, Canada V6J 4L3 Tel.604.248.4500 Sales Inquiries: sales@crystalhdv.com www.crystalhdv.comPOWERED BYBROADCAST SOLUTIONS VERSION 2.0   |   FEBRUARY 2010
  • 10. APPENDIX 1Business Line ServiceBusiness Line Service PAGE 4  |  24
  • 11. Business Lines Included Features: Optional Features:Digital QualityToll or Local Number Find Me Follow MeOut of Area Number Voicemail to Email Visual Voicemail3‐Way ConferenceCaller IDCaller ID $2.95 Additional Phone Numbers (DID s ‐ $2 95 Additional Phone Numbers (DID’sCall Waiting single number reach, Follow me and toll Call Waiting Caller ID free).Call ForwardingCall DisplayC ll Di l 3.9¢ per minute Toll Free inbound. Call Transfer $14.95 Business Fax‐to‐Email serviceBusiness Voice Mail Auto attendants can be added to any Speed Dial List premium service package for $7.50 each per  month. PAGE 7  |  24
  • 12. APPENDIX 2Gateway PhonesGateway Phones PAGE 4  |  24
  • 13. ADVANTAGES OF CRYSTAL HDV HARDWAREUnified style and skilfully designed for maximum qualityLeading TI VoIP chipset and Voice Engine g p gComply to High-Definition Voice (HDV) qualityIEEE1329 Type-1 standardsSupported Codecs: G.722, G.711, G.729AB, G.726, G.723.1, iLBC GSMSupport for TR069, FTP/TFTP/HTTP and SNMP protocolsSimple and easy service deployment, upgrades and maintenanceSignificantly lower price of other HDV VoIP productsCrystal HDV IP Phones and Gateways comply to, and are, BroadsoftcertifiedFull interoperability with major IP-PBX’sInteroperable with the majority of 3rd party SIP products PAGE 4  |  24
  • 14. GATEWAY PHONE TECHNOLOGYDOWNSTREAM NETWORK INTERFACES NETWORK INTERFACES ATA Wi‐Fi Wi Fi SIP Client SIP Cli t SIP Client SIP Cli t PCs, Data Terminals PC D t T i l SIP Clients, PCs, Wi‐ Registered to  Registered to  Analog  Fi Devices Gateway Phone OTHER Services Phone/Fax/DeviceNETWORK INTERFACES Bandwidth G.711 (2 x 64k + 32k oh) G.711 x 2• 10/100 LAN Network Interface Voice Bandwidth Conversations 160k 1 2.56M 16• HTTP / DHCP server / DHCP client / NAT Total Bandwidth Available Bandwidth for Data/Applications 100M 97.44M• SIP Proxy Server (to 16 Clients) ( li )• PPPoE / Static / DHCP IP Assignment• ToS / VLAN IEEE 802.1 p/q Multiple Services Gateway• G 711 G 723 G 729 G.711, G.723, G.729 With Intelligent Call Routing (ICR) With Intelligent Call Routing (ICR) PAGE 4  |  24
  • 15. GATEWAY PHONESConnectivity and Operation GP1 GP2(P) GP2(G) GP3Intelligent Call Routing (ICR) YES YES YES YESPublic IP Connectivity (WAN) YES YES YES YESPrivate IP Connectivity (LAN) YES YES YES YESAnalog Trunk Connectivity n/a YES n/a YESGSM Trunk Connectivity n/a n/a YES YESLeast Cost Routing n/a YES YES YESSurvivable to Another IP Network YES YES YES YESSurvivable to Another IP/Public Network n/a YES YES YES PAGE 5  |  24
  • 16. GATEWAY PHONESCRYSTAL HDV GP1 ‐ IP Telephony + ICRCRYSTAL HDV GP1 IP Telephony + ICR VoIP Services/ITSP VoIP PBX VoIP (SIP) Network VoIP (SIP) Network Wireless APCONNECT TO• IP‐PBX (IP Phone/Client) ( )• ITSP IP Phone IP Phone IP Phones Register to GP1 WiFi Handset PAGE 6  |  24
  • 17. GATEWAY PHONESCRYSTAL HDV GP2(P) ‐ IP Telephony + PSTN + ICRCRYSTAL HDV GP2(P) IP Telephony + PSTN + ICR VoIP VoIP (SIP) Network V IP (SIP) N t k Services/ITSP PBX 1 Analog Trunk PSTN Analog Services VoIP (SIP) Network Wireless APCONNECT TO• IP‐PBX (IP Phone/Client) ( )• ITSP IP Phone IP Phone• Local PSTN (Analog Trunk) IP Phones Register to GP2(P) WiFi Handset PAGE 7  |  24
  • 18. GATEWAY PHONESCRYSTAL HDV GP2(G) ‐ IP Telephony + GSM + ICRCRYSTAL HDV GP2(G) IP Telephony + GSM + ICR VoIP VoIP (SIP) Network V IP (SIP) N t k Services/ITSP PBX 1 GSM Channel GSM Services VoIP (SIP) Network Wireless APCONNECT TO• IP‐PBX (IP Phone/Client) ( )• ITSP IP Phone IP Phone• GSM Network (1 Channel) IP Phones Register to GP2(G) WiFi Handset PAGE 8  |  24
  • 19. GATEWAY PHONESCRYSTAL HDV GP3 ‐ IP Telephony + PSTN + GSM + ICRCRYSTAL HDV GP3 IP Telephony + PSTN + GSM + ICR VoIP VoIP (SIP) Network Services/ITSP PBX 1 GSM Channel GSM Services PSTN Analog Services VoIP (SIP) Network Wireless APCONNECT TO• IP‐PBX (IP Phone/Client) ( )• ITSP IP Phone IP Phone• GSM Network (1 Channel) IP Phones Register to GP3• Local PSTN (Analog Trunk) WiFi Handset PAGE 9  |  24
  • 20. GATEWAY PHONE MARKETSHOME USER • Stand‐Alone • Networked to Other Gateway Phones • Networked to Internet Telephony Services • Disaster Recovery/Survivable/ResilientHOME OFFICE/TELEWORKER/ROAD WARRIOR • St d Al Stand‐Alone • Networked to Other Gateway Phones • Networked to Corporate/Branch Office • Networked to Internet Telephony Services • Disaster Recovery/Survivable/Resilient PAGE 10  |  24
  • 21. GATEWAY PHONE MARKETSSMALL OFFICE/BRANCH OFFICE/RETAIL STORE • Stand‐Alone • Networked to Other Gateway Phones • Networked to Corporate/Branch Office •N Networked to Internet Telephony Services k d I T l h S i • Disaster Recovery/Survivable/ResilientCALL CENTER/SERVICE CENTERCALL CENTER/SERVICE CENTER • Stand‐Alone • Networked to Other Gateway Phones • Networked to Corporate/Branch Office • Networked to Internet Telephony Services • Disaster Recovery/Survivable/Resilient PAGE 11  |  24
  • 22. GATEWAY PHONE MARKETSENTERPRISE • Stand‐Alone • Networked to Other Gateway Phones • Networked to Corporate/Branch Office • Networked to Internet Telephony Services • Disaster Recovery/Survivable/ResilientTEMPORARY OFFICES • Stand‐Alone • Networked to Other Gateway Phones Networked to Other Gateway Phones • Networked to Corporate/Branch Office • Networked to Internet Telephony Services • Disaster Recovery/Survivable/Resilient PAGE 12  |  24
  • 23. APPLICATIONSSTAND ALONE STAND ALONE I H In‐Home Networking N ki PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Home User Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior  Small Office Networking • Small Office/Branch Office/Retail Store PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Temporary Offices Phones, Fax, Printers, etc.  Remote Availability While Away  Least‐Cost/No‐Cost Calling PAGE 13  |  24
  • 24. APPLICATIONSNETWORKED TO OTHER GATEWAY PHONESNETWORKED TO OTHER GATEWAY PHONES  In Home Net orking In‐Home Networking PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Home User Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior  Small Office Networking • Small Office/Branch Office/Retail Store PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Call Centre/Service Center Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Enterprise  Remote Availability While Away • Temporary Offices  Least‐Cost/No‐Cost Calling I t International & Local Toll Bypass ti l & L l T ll B  Coordinated Dialing Plan  Route/Transfer Calls Across Networks / PAGE 14  |  24
  • 25. APPLICATIONSNETWORKED TO CORPORATE/BRANCH OFFICENETWORKED TO CORPORATE/BRANCH OFFICE  In Home Net orking In‐Home Networking PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Home User Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior  Small Office Networking • Small Office/Branch Office/Retail Store PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Call Centre/Service Center Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Enterprise  Remote Availability While Away • Temporary Offices  Least‐Cost/No‐Cost Calling I t International & Local Toll Bypass ti l & L l T ll B  Coordinated Dialing Plan  Route/Transfer Calls Across Networks / PAGE 15  |  24
  • 26. APPLICATIONSNETWORKED TO INTERNET TELEPHONY SERVICENETWORKED TO INTERNET TELEPHONY SERVICE  In Home Net orking In‐Home Networking PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Home User Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior  Small Office Networking • Small Office/Branch Office/Retail Store PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Call Centre/Service Center Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Enterprise  Remote Availability While Away • Temporary Offices  Least‐Cost/No‐Cost Calling I t International & Local Toll Bypass ti l & L l T ll B  Coordinated Dialing Plan  Route/Transfer Calls Across Networks / PAGE 16  |  24
  • 27. APPLICATIONSCALL CENTER/SERVICE CENTERCALL CENTER/SERVICE CENTER PCs Agents PCs IP Phone Agents Corporate/Regional/Branch  ITSP/PBX Office Telephony Services PCs IP Phone Agents And/Or IP Phone GSM  GSM Network PCs Agents And/Or / PCs IP Phone Agents PSTN IP Phone IP Phone PAGE 17  |  24
  • 28. APPLICATIONSDISASTER RECOVERY/SURVIVABLE/RESILIENTDISASTER RECOVERY/SURVIVABLE/RESILIENT  Net ork Uptime > 99999 Network Uptime >.99999 • Home User  Survivable when IP Down to PSTN Network • Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior to GSM Wireless Network • Small Office/Branch Office/Retail Store  Survivable when PSTN Down • Call Centre/Service Center to IP Network • Enterprise to GSM Wireless Network • Temporary Offices  Survivable when GSM Down to IP Network to IP Network to PSTN Network  Least‐Cost/No‐Cost Calling  International & Local Toll Bypass PAGE 18  |  24
  • 29. APPLICATIONSMISSION CRITICALMISSION CRITICAL  3 Net orks A ailable for EACH Phone 3 Networks Available for EACH Phone • Transportation  Survivable when other Networks Down • Government/Military  Network Uptime >.99999 • Public Services  Receive Calls from Multiple Sources • Call Centre/Service Center  Increase Uptime • Medical PAGE 19  |  24
  • 30. APPLICATIONSWIRELESS OFFICEWIRELESS OFFICE  NO PREMISE CABLING NO PREMISE CABLING • Home User  In‐Home Networking PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior Home Office/Teleworker/Road Warrior Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Small Office/Branch Office/Retail Store  Small Office Networking • Call Centre/Service Center PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Enterprise Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Temporary Offices  Seamless Re‐Arrangements  Offi M bilit Office Mobility  Do‐It‐Yourself PAGE 20  |  24
  • 31. APPLICATIONSTEMPORARY/MOBILE OFFICETEMPORARY/MOBILE OFFICE  NO LANDLINE SERVICES NO PROBLEM NO LANDLINE SERVICES, NO PROBLEM • Temporary Facilities  Connect to GSM Network • Construction Sites Construction Sites  Small Office Networking PCs, VoIP Phones, Analog • Campaigns Phones, Fax, Printers, etc. • Cruise Lines/Boats/Ships  Seamless Re‐Arrangements Seamless Re Arrangements • Maintenance Vehicles  Office Mobility • Oil Rigs  Peer‐to‐Peer Calling  Do‐It‐Yourself PAGE 21  |  24
  • 32. GATEWAY PHONE BENEFITSCONNECTIVITY & OPERATION BENEFITS • 1 IP Address Serves Multiple Phones/Users 1 IP Address Serves Multiple Phones/Users ‐ Aggregate ITSP Services ‐ Aggregate Enterprise IP Phone Licensing ‐ Save $$$ and Network Licensing • Disaster Recovery when Primary Network is Down: ‐ Survivable to ITSP/WAN ‐ Survivable to PSTN Survivable to PSTN ‐ Survivable to GSM (Cellular) ‐ More UpTime than .99999 • Use Available Local Services (Broadband, Analog, GSM) ( , g, ) ‐ Anywhere, Anytime Deployment • Least Cost Routing ‐SSave $$$ on Inbound/Outbound Calls $$$ b d/O b d C ll PAGE 22  |  24
  • 33. GATEWAY PHONE BENEFITS • Fewer Network Components ‐ Lower Cost Deployment ‐LLower Ongoing Maintenance Costs O i M i t C t ‐ Shorter Return On Investment (ROI) • Scalability ‐ Additional Devices Integrate Seamlessly Additional Devices Integrate Seamlessly ‐ Cost‐Effective Growth ‐ Shorter Return On Investment (ROI) • Remote Least Cost Routing Remote Least Cost Routing ‐ Access Services Regardless of Geographic Location ‐ Higher‐Availability of Outbound Service Options ‐ Shorter Return On Investment (ROI) ( ) ‐ Increase Corporate Revenues • Off‐Premise Forwarding ‐ Never Miss a Call ‐ Increase Corporate Revenues PAGE 23  |  24
  • 34. APPENDIX 3Hospitality PhonesHospitality Phones
  • 35. SIP HOSPITALITY PHONES ‐ CUSTOMIZABLE A202 Production Options 2‐Line or Single‐Line SIP Telephone with display and PoE. Speakerphone, Mute, Hold, Volume Control and Customized  Faceplate.  2 ~ Ethernet Ports (1 ~ WAN, 1 ~ PC/LAN). DECT Up to 10 Programmable One‐Touch Auto‐dial Services Buttons. Up to 10 Programmable One Touch Auto dial Services Buttons *Built‐In DECT Radio for 6 Handsets – ETA 2Q10
  • 36. SIP HOSPITALITY PHONES ‐ CUSTOMIZABLEA102 Production Options Trim Line SIP Telephone with POE. Compact footprint  ‐ Excellent for  Compact footprint Excellent for lobby/pool/bathroom use. Up to 7 programmable One‐Touch Auto‐dial Services  Buttons.  Volume Control and Customized Faceplate.
  • 37. SIP HOSPITALITY PHONES ‐ CUSTOMIZABLEAM102H Production Options Single‐Line SIP Telephone with display and PoE. g p p y Speakerphone, Headset, Volume Control and Customized  Faceplate. 2 ~ Ethernet Ports (1 ~ WAN, 1 ~ PC/LAN).  Up to 5 Programmable One‐Touch Auto‐dial Services Buttons.
  • 38. SIP HOSPITALITY PHONES ‐ CUSTOMIZABLEAM102H Production Options Single‐Line SIP Telephone with PoE Volume Control and Customized Faceplate.  Up to 2 Programmable One‐Touch Auto‐dial Services Buttons.
  • 39. APPENDIX 4 IP Phones IP Phones
  • 40. Crystal HDV IP Phones PAGE 22  |  24
  • 41. APPENDIX 5Video PhonesVideo Phones
  • 42. Introduction7 inches digital LCD800x480 pixels resolutionPoERich External InterfacesUSB/SD AV out HeadsetH.264 & H.263Leading video codec300K CMOS CameraD1 (720x480) with 30fpsAdaptive bandwidthadjustment(128kbps ~ 1Mbps)TV or projector output
  • 43. Operation Interface300k Rotatable Camera7” TFT-LCD Touch ScreenSoft KeysDialling Pad gNavigation KeysLine Status LED IndicatorsFeature Keys
  • 44. Friendly and Touchable User Interface
  • 45. Rich External Interface
  • 46. ApplicationEnvironments
  • 47. Video CallFriends/Family - Colleagues - Business Partners
  • 48. Video Call Remote Office
  • 49. Video Work with IP CameraNursing Home Community C iKindergarten Warehouse
  • 50. Work with DoorbellResidential Company Reception
  • 51. Tele-medicineHospital Home H
  • 52. For the Deaf-mute Person
  • 53. For Video Call Center & Online Shopping

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