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  1. 1. C.L.O.N.E Alexandra Jones A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 J01662306 Fit 1000 November 1st
  2. 2. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 What is C.L.O.N.E? • C.L.O.N.E.-Community Linked Online Network Expansion is a small portable device which expands the wireless online network from individual houses to whole cites. • This product is geared towards big business institutions and governments.
  3. 3. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 How Wireless works • The 802.11 networking or the “wifi” network works by using radio waves, just like televisions and cell phones. • A computer's wireless adapter translates data into a radio signal and transmits it using an antenna. • A wireless router receives the signal and decodes it. The router sends the information to the Internet using a physical, wired Ethernet connection.
  4. 4. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 : ▫ The radios used for WiFi communication are very similar to the radios used for walkie-talkies, cell phones and other devices. ▫ They can transmit and receive radio waves, and they can convert 1s and 0s into radio waves and convert the radio waves back into 1s and 0s.
  5. 5. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 Progressive Thinking • Most people are or will soon switch to a wireless network. Forbes research shows that cities run on a network. Leading cities include Atlanta, Seattle and Washington DC. • According to Plunkett Research, Ltd. Global Enterprise Mobility Solutions Market (Mobile devices, software, services and WLAN infrastructure) is over a 23 billion dollar industry. cx_ew_0122wiredcities.html
  6. 6. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 How to set up wireless at home • It is simple and easy to set up a wireless router at home. there are also many YouTube tutorials that can help anyone along the way.
  7. 7. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 Other Companies with Wireless Networks • • • • •
  8. 8. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 Marketing this product • The segments targeted are upper level business professionals who want to expand their network. It is also geared toward institutions and governments, because it creates a network over a broad span area. Whole campuses can be under the wifi with one single adapter. The CLONE is a portable easy to use and making it easy for clients to use the product. CLONE is geared toward highly populated areas who are online, or who want to connect with a large group of people.
  9. 9. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 Financing CLONE •Clone has the unique ability to attach itself to big businesses and institutions, therefore many people can benefit from few routers. •Also, the 802 is rather inexpensive to run therefore costs to maintain the network are lower than that of regular networks. That along with advertising for various companies will keep costs low.
  10. 10. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 CLONE Lifecycle Introduction Stage Clone research and development Testing certain individual cities Decline Stage Growth Stage In this stage clone will Expansion look for other alternatives After research and and better products to development stage, it is remain competitive in the time for Clone to grow market field with increasing profits Maturity Stage In this stage product designs will change to become more stylistic. Less about functionality and more about finesse.
  11. 11. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 • Wireless is the future. • Having adaptable routers around entire cities connects and makes business ventures faster and stronger. • It is with this kind of progressive thinking that will change the people do business.
  12. 12. A_Jones. CLONE 11/1/2009 References • American City Business Journals, . "Winston-Salem group wants wireless network to cover whole city." Buisness journal (2006): n. pag. Web. 1 Nov 2009. < >. • AirTunes • lan.htm • •