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  • Enabling  Technology  for   Connec2ng  Communi2es     Dr.  Mazlan  Abbas   Head,  Wireless  Communica8ons  Cluster   MIMOS  Berhad  Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 1 1
  • Agenda 2 •  Webciety vs Non-Webciety •  Bridging Digital Divide - National Agenda •  Challenges and Obstacles •  Technology of Choice –  WiWi! Gen 1.5 –  What’s After Mobile WiMAX? •  SummaryCopyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 2 2
  • Digital Natives - WEBCIETY We create the Internet We use the Internet We live and breathe in the Internet Create Use Live 3Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 3 3
  • Rural Subscribers Present an Unlocked Potential Close  to  3.4  Billion  people  live  in  Rural  Area  (World   popula8on  6.7  Billion)     In  Africa  about  70%  and  in  Asia  60%   OCen  there  is  NO  communica8ons  service  available   Characteris8cs  of  a  poten8al  village  subscriber   • Income  less  than  USD  3  per  day   • Awareness  and  educa8on  level  is  low   • Lack  of  basic  infrastructure  such  as  power,  roads,  etc  Copyright © 2007 MIMOS Berhad, page 4 4
  • Understanding the Digital Divide Gap • Poor Value realization due Social & economicSocio-economic value of ICTs impact of ICTs insufficient value creating content 3   Value gap Intensity of ICT adoption 2   Adoption gap Diffusion of • Barrier to entry due ICT infrastructure to literacy level and language • Complexity of 1   computers Access gap • Connectivity • High cost of deployment PHASE 1. Employ indicators of ICT diffusion PHASE 2. Employ indicators of Time intensifying adoption PHASE 3. Employ indicators of socio-economic impact Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 5 5
  • Can  we   really   achieve  the   100.1%   50%   Mobile   Household   broadband   22.9%   penetra8on   Household  BB   target?  [Source:  Household  use  of  the  INTERNET  Survey  2008,  SKMM]   Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 6 6
  • BDD  -­‐  Holis8c  Approach  1   ACCESS  GAP   3   VALUE  GAP  •  Improved  service   •  Relevant  content   delivery.   •  PlaXorm  for   business  ecosystem   USER     USER     ATTACHMENT   EXPERIENCE  2   ADOPTION  GAP  •  Easy  to  use   internet  device   USER   CONFIDENCE   Digital  Divide  must  be  tackled  from  a  holis8c  approach  rather  than   hardware  or  connec8vity   Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 7 7
  • Zones Distribution Technology Population % Choice FTTH, ETTH, VDSL, Zone 1 13,318,703 48.03% HSPA+, WiMAX ADSL2+, HSPA+, Zone 2 5,499,180 19.83% WiMAX Zone 3 8,911,813 32.14% HSPA+, WiMAX, etc Total 27,729,696 100.00% Zone 1 : High Speed Broadband (HSBB) •  High Impact Area (>10Mbps) •  TM and Gov partnership •  Target to cover 50% of household (2.5 million) by 2010 Zone 1&2 : Broadband for Zone 3 : Universal Service Provision (USP) General Population (BBGP) • Telephone and Broadband (>384kbps) •  Medium Impact Area (<2 Mbps) • Less than 80 people in 1 square km • RM 2.5 Billion from Operators Contribution Zone 1 Zone 2 Zone 3Copyright © 2007 MIMOS Berhad, page 8
  • Current Challenges Lack of basic infrastructure such as road access & power supply Difficult to maintain due to distance and rough geographical terrain Low return on investment: High cost, low ARPU Un-optimize network resources for sparsely populated areas Limited income to spend on communication Perceived lack of direct value from InternetCopyright © 2007 MIMOS Berhad, page 9 9
  • Household Use of Internet[Source: Household use of the INTERNET Survey 2008, SKMM] Copyright © 2007 MIMOS Berhad, page 10
  • Monthly Income Salary[Source: Household use of the INTERNET Survey 2008, SKMM] Copyright © 2007 MIMOS Berhad, page 11
  • Imagine … If We Can Bring Value to the Community The  Success  Story  of  e-­‐Bari o   One  of  the  most  important  is  that  to  be  successful,  ICTs  cannot   just  be   dropped  into  a  rural  area  but  must  be  part  of  an   integrated  approach  that  takes  into  account  the  community s   informa8on  needs  and  capacity  to  absorb  use  new  technology.  Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 12 12
  • Imagine … If We Can Bring Value to the Community Registered  Users     ~  50K   Launched  in  2004   Average    Connects  food   transac2on  value   producers,   =  RM  50M  per   70%  Sellers   wholesalers,   year   30%  buyers   distributors,   entrepreneurs  and   consumers  Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 13 13
  • Strategies Community’s   IT  Needs  and   Capacity  to   Absorb   Synergize   Con2nuous   Efforts   Sustainability   Strategies   People  /  Local   Right  Choice  of   Community   Technology   Buy-­‐in  Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 14 14
  • Selecting the Technology Speed  &  Access   Robustness  &   Maintenance   Stability   WiMAX   Quality-­‐of-­‐ LOS/NLOS   Service   Cost  of   Deployment  &   Coverage  Zone   Pricing  Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 15 15
  • A  Step  Towards  Reducing  the  Gap   “Bringing Broadband to the Users” MIMOS WiWi Gen 1.5Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 16 16
  • MIMOS WiWi Gen 1.5 – Hybrid WiMAX/WiFi CPE Provides  Fixed,   Portable  and   Mobile   Wireless   Broadband   IEEE  802.16e   Enhanced   Mobile   Mul2cas2ng   WiMAX   MIMOS   IPv6-­‐enabled   WiWi   Ease  of   Deployment   Hybrid  WiMAX/WiFi  CPE   Integrated   Cheaper   Solu2on   2.3  GHz  (802.16e  WiMAX)   2.4  GHz  (802.11b/g  WiFi)   access   (WiFi  built-­‐in)   Indoor/Outdoor  Unit  Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 17 17
  • MIMOS WiWi Gen 1.5 Actual Deployment Scenario WiMAX Internet   Coverage WiMAX BS Community Bus Tele- Ambulance center or WiWi House Gen 1.5 WiFi Fire Brigade NetworkCopyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 18 18
  • MIMOS WiWi – Delivering MultimediaCopyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 19 19
  • WiMAX Deployments (as of June 2009)Deployment  Frequency   Total  2.3  GHz  Deployments   23  2.5  GHz  Deployments   63   [Source:  hdp://www.wimaxmaps.org/]  3.3  GHz  Deployments   9  3.5  GHz  Deployments   240  5+  GHz  Deployments   20  Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 20 20
  • WiMAX Forum Certified™ Products In  June  2009,  WiMAX  Forum  cer8fied  10  new  devices   This  Month  (June)   Last  Month   Total  WiMAX  Forum  Cer2fied  Products   114   104   WiMAX  Forum  Cer8fied  Product  Vendors   WiMAX  Vendors  with  WF  Cer2fied  Products   Total   Base  Sta8on  Vendors   48   Subscriber  Sta8on  Vendors   66   Base  Sta8on  Vendors   Airspan  Networks,  Alcatel-­‐Lucent,  Alvarion,  Aperto  Networks,  Axxcelera,  Cisco  Systems,  E.T.  Industries,  Huawei  Technologies,  Motorola,   NEC,   Nokia   Siemens   Networks,   Nortel,   PointRed   Telecom   Pvt   Ltd,   POSDATA,   Proxim   Wireless   Corpora8on,   Redline   Communica8ons,   Runcom   Technologies   Ltd.,   Samsung,   Selex   Communica8ons,   SEQUANS   Communica8ons,   Soma   Networks,   SR   Telecom,   Telsima,   WiNetworks,  ZTE  Corpora8on   Subscriber  Sta8on  Vendors   Airspan   Networks,   Alcatel-­‐Lucent,   Alvarion,   Aperto   Networks,   Axxcelera   Broadband   Wireless,   Beceem,   E.T.   Industries,   Fujitsu,   GCT   Semiconductor,   Inc.,   Gigaset   Communica8ons,   Huawei   Technologies,   Intel   Corpora8on,   MITSUMI   ELECTRIC   CO.,LTD.,   MODACOM   Co.,   Ltd.,   Motorola,   NEC,   Oki   Electric   Industry   Co.,   Ltd.,   Onkyo,   Panasonic,   POSDATA,   Redline   Communica8ons,   Runcom   Technologies   Ltd.,   Samsung,   Selex   Communica8ons,   SEOWON   INTECH   Co.,   Ltd.,   SEQUANS   Communica8ons,   Siemens   AG,   Sony,   SR   Telecom,   Telsima,   Toshiba,  Wavesat  Inc.,  ZTE  Corpora8on,  ZyXEL  Communica8ons  Inc.   [Source:  WiMAX  Forum  Industry  Research  Report  -­‐  Review  of  June  2009]  Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 21 21
  • A  Step  Towards  Reducing  the  Gap   Fixed   Mobile   Relay   WiMAX   802.16d   WiMAX   802.16e   WiMAX   802.16j   “The New Upcoming Standard IEEE 802.16j” Multi-Hop Relay WiMAXCopyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 22 22
  • 802.16j Usage Models RS Coverage hole RS Coverage extension to Shadow of RS isolated/rural area buildings Penetration into inside room BS RS RS RS Valley between buildings Coverage at cell edge UndergroundCopyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 23 23
  • Summary Holis2c   Approach   Internet  as   the  Enabler   Wireless   BB   (WiMAX)  Copyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 24 24
  • THANK YOUCopyright © 2009 MIMOS Berhad, page 25 25