LTE Chipset Platforms Modems & Data Cards Smartphones & Tablets MDM MDM MSM 9200 9600 8960 LTE LTE LTE FDD/TDD DC-HSPA+ DC-HSPA+/DOrB Multi Mode 3G EDGE EDGE Dual Core • 50+ designs by 25+ OEMs • Dual-core CPU (28nm) • Sampled 3Q 2009 • Superior graphics & multimedia • 100 Mbps DL/50 Mbps UL • Integrated connectivity (WLAN, GPS, Bluetooth, FM) • Sampling in 2011 First Multimode 4G LTE FDD/TDD with 3G WCDMA and CDMA networks4
Smartphones: Expanding to the Masses ~ 2.5 BILLION SMARTPHONES FORECAST TO BE SHIPPED (2011–2014) >45% <15% 2009 2014 Smartphone Shipments as % of Handsets Qualcomm Graphic based on Gartner data, Source: Gartner Inc. Forecast: Mobile Devices forecast update, 3Q10 Update, Carolina Milanesi et al, September 15, 20105
Handsets and Beyond THE INTERNET GOES MOBILE IN MANY FORMS – INCLUDING LTE Non-Handset Mobile Broadband Device Shipments Expected to Grow at 25 40% CAGR From 2009 2014 25–40% 2009–2014 Non-handset devices include E-readers, Media Tablets, Data devices and M2M modules Source: CAGR is based on forecasts from ABI Research (Sep/Oct’10) and Gartner (Oct’10)7
Complex Topologies for Future Deployment Today’s LTE Deployments Future Deployments Hot-spots Dense deployments and more open access Femto t F t networks, e.g. M ll k Malls, Residential Small Large Venues etc. Enterprises Enterprises Home offices Dense Deployments Open Access Outdoor Hot Spots Deployments g p y q q p p y Meeting future capacity requirements requires complex deployment of multiple technologies – LTE, HSPA+, dual and multi-carrier, femtos, repeaters....
Conclusion • Consumer preferences are clear – data will continue to grow • Optimal network deployment will be heavily dependent on local circumstances • Mobile devices will have to support huge range of possible options • Integrated, multi-mode chipsets required9