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Bridging the Digital Divide Using MIMOS WiWi

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Presented at CommunicAsia 2012 - Singapore

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  • 1. BRIDGING THE DIGITAL DIVIDEBy Using MIMOS WiWiMIMOS Berhad
  • 2. To be a Premier Applied Research Center in FrontierTechnologiesTo pioneer innovative information & communicationtechnologies towards growing globally competitiveindigenous industries
  • 3. Holistic Technology Approach NANOELECTRONICS KNOWLEDGE MICROENERGY TECHNOLOGY MICROELECTRONICS ADVANCED ANALYSIS & INTELLIGENT MODELING INFORMATICS PSYCHOMETRICS ADVANCED COMPUTING LAB WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS INFORMATION SECURITY
  • 4. In 2005, Malaysia targets75% Broadband Household Penetration by 2015
  • 5. USD 15,000 RM 48,000 NKEA will boost Per capita our Gross National Income (GNI) by 2020 A National Key Economic Activities (NKEA) is a driver of economic activity that has the potential to directly and materially contribute a quantifiable amount of economic growth to the Malaysian economy USD 6,700 RM 23,770 Per capita[Source: PEMANDU http://www.pemandu.gov.my/]
  • 6. 12 NKEAs[Source: PEMANDU http://www.pemandu.gov.my/]
  • 7. CCI - 10 EPPs covering 3 major categories Serving Tomorrow Pushing Boundaries Enhancing Foundation (Platform, Applications, Content) (Industries Enablement) (Next Generation Infrastructure) 1a MY Creative Content 2a E-Learning 3a Broadband for All Local content hub to Integrated approach to Establishing broadband vitalise creative sector, provide access, as an essential service reduce dependence on devices, and to Malaysians on par international connectivity, platforms/content/ with other utilities, e.g. and export content applications to benefit water and electricity the learning Rakyat 1b 1MY Payment 2b E-Healthcare 3b Extend Reach Common standards, Networked healthcare Acceleration and platforms and security providers to each other expansion of broadband protocols to cashless and to their patients to coverage in non-urban payment to masses in improve productivity and areas (e.g. to Zone 2 Malaysia information and management Zone 3) Connecting 1MY E-Government Smart Network 1c Next-generation 2c 3c services to provide Increasing the Differentiated pricing to ubiquitous connectivity accessibility, speed, and provide higher quality and compelling services transparency of and more affordable for the Rakyat at home, government services service in the workplace, through and ‘on-the- communications move’ technology 3d Regional Network Capacity increase of Malaysia’s submarine cable network to lower international IP connectivity costs[Source: PEMANDU http://www.pemandu.gov.my/]
  • 8. Holistic View of Bridging the Digital Divide (BDD) • Social & economicSocio-economic value of ICTs impact of ICTs 3 Intensity of ICT 2 adoption • Diffusion of ICT infrastructure 1 • • • • Time
  • 9. BDD – X Factor1 3 VALUE GAP ACCESS GAP• Improved service • Relevant content delivery. • Platform for business ecosystem USER EXPERIENCE USER ATTACHMENT2 ADOPTION GAP• Easy to use internet device USER CONFIDENCE Digital Divide must be tackled from a holistic approach rather than hardware or connectivity alone
  • 10. WiWi VisionConnecting the UnconnectedBridging the Digital Divide
  • 11. Bernama News: Nov. 25, 2008
  • 12. WiWi Deployment Scenario HOT ZONE HOT SPOT (500m-1km) (50-200m)PAN Gateway (0-50m) METRO NET Access Point Relay Mesh Mesh Users (5-10km) Relay Mesh Mesh DR-Mesh HOT ZONE Mesh Mesh 13 2012 MIMOS Berhad. All Rights Reserved.
  • 13. Wireless Communications Products WiWi AP WiWi PtP/Bridge WiWi Relay WiWi Hybrid WiWi Enterprise (Wimax/HSDPA/LTE)WiWi Point to Point (PtP) WiWi Relay Enterprise WiWi MESH Municipal WiFi@Melaka Wifi@GloriaJean’s Coffee River Thames MCMC Kampung WiFi@ N. SembilanKampung TeriangKerangai Kampung Puom Pekan Kota 14 2012 MIMOS Berhad. All Rights Reserved.
  • 14. Smart Partnership
  • 15. Kampung Tanpa Wayar 2.0 – Ulu Jelebu (May 2012
  • 16. Next Gen WiWi Beyond Broadening Broadband“When WiWi is No Longer Just An Access Point (AP)” Providing Quality of Service with high quality, real-time, on-demand multimedia content delivery across wireless networks Building Hotspots, Hotzone and MetroNet scenarios with IOT-support, intelligence (adaptive), Better Bandwidth Management and Extended Coverage.
  • 17. WiWi Hotspot To Build Customer Loyalty and Generate New Business Opportunities New Landing Page Local contentsSmartphones Intelligent Surveillance Platform Localised videos
  • 18. Advertisers Pay for ConsumersPremiumAdvertiser S1NormalAdvertiser S2 When Hotspot is NOT Congested - Both Advertisers have excellent quality
  • 19. Advertisers Pay for ConsumersPremiumAdvertiser S1NormalAdvertiser S2 When Hotspot is Congested - Both Advertisers suffer quality degradation
  • 20. Advertisers Pay for ConsumersPremiumAdvertiser S1NormalAdvertiser S2 When MIMOS Q-CAST is enabled - Premium Advertiser have better quality
  • 21. Beyond Broadening Broadband (BBB) Eco-System Where You Can Play a Vital Role Product Manufacturer House System IntegratorR&D Telco Reseller & Distributor Users Applications Content Developer Content Aggregator Provider App Stores