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1 The Device Revolution Building The Next Generation Infrastructure Mohamed A. Gawdat Regional Manager Communications & Mobile Devices Division Middle East & Africa

2 Craig Barrett CEO, Intel – Nov. 99 We see no major obstacles in continuing to experience Moores Law for the next 15 years Instructions per second Cost per MIPS thousand $4, million $ billion 0.2¢

3 Hard Drives Enhanced Moores Law: 2x each 12 months CostCapacity Good quality digital video $ megabytes 36 seconds gigabytes $ hours (5 movies) terabytes $100 10,000 hours (5,000 movies)

4 Always Connected Since 1990, Fiber Optic Annual Capacity increases Of 60% Today: 40 gigabytes per second In Labs: 3,000 gigabytes per second Fiber to the Desktop !! DSL To Homes & SMBs 2.5 G, CDMA, 3G & 4G 54 mbps mbps Blue Tooth InfraredRadio

5 Windows Terminal Task-based Users Apps-based Users NetPC Mobile Knowledge Portables HandheldPC Mobile Users Desktop PC Workstation Knowledge worker High-end Users, Server Workgroup, Departmental Server Enterprise Servers and Terraserver Server Cluster Billions Of New Smart Devices

6 A Device Revolution Gaming PDA PC SMS Tabet PC Auto PC MMS Custom Devices Smart Phones Smart Personal Objects Media Center Embedded Pocket PC Phones Smart Display New Customers New Revenue Streams Seamless Integrated Operation Customer Satisfaction Stickiness & Loyalty More Billable Traffic The Threat Of Missing The Wave Competitive Edge Wars Swift New Competitors Infrastructure Compatibility Different Business Models

7 The New Device – Major Differences InfrastructureSecurity Expandable storage Data Transactions Systems management Flexible data entry High resolution color Multimedia Choice of devices ConnectivityWired/wireless Modems, Cell phones LAN, Bluetooth (PAN) Serial, IrDA, USB, Parallel (H/PC) Server & PC sync Legacy host access Global Positioning System VGA (H/PC) Development Client/Server, Thin client, Web apps Visual Basic, Visual C++/MFC, InterDev Win32, COM, ADO, OLE DB, Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Windows CE Edition Third party tools

8 A Developers Worst Nightmare Multi Device Development Platform WAP PC Gaming Pocket PC Phones Tabet PC Auto PC Interactive TV MMS Custom Devices Smart Phones PDA MME

9 Mega Trends The Time of Convergence The Time of Convergence The Next Generation Internet The Next Generation Internet The Device Revolution The Device Revolution Communications and Connectivity Communications and Connectivity XML Web Services XML Web Services User Centricity User Centricity Human Interface Human Interface

10 10.NET In Action

11 Make it Real.. Today The Device Revolution Tablet PC, Pocket PC Phones, Smart Phones, X-Box, Smart Display, Media Center, Auto PC, SPOT and more to come. Always Connected GPRS, DSL, WiFi, 3G Hosted Applications Messaging & UM Real Time Communication Multi Device Development Platform Application Integration, Application sharing, XML, Multi user Gaming, D2D Any where, any time on any device. Multi Media Communication, VOD Human Interface Speech, Handwriting Recognition, Vision & Natural Interfaces.

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