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1 Alvarion Carrier-grade Wi-Fi Offering
February 2013

2 Disclaimer This presentation contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the "safe harbor" provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of These statements are based on the current expectations or beliefs of Alvarion’s management and are subject to various factors and uncertainties that could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements. The following factors, among others, could cause actual results to differ materially from those described in the forward-looking statements: our failure to fully implement our 2012 turnaround plan, our inability to reallocate our resources and rationalize our business in a more efficient manner, potential impact on our business of the current global macro-economic uncertainties, the inability of our customers to obtain credit to purchase our products as a result of global credit market conditions, the failure to fund projects under the U.S. broadband stimulus program, continued delays in 4G license allocation in certain countries; the failure of the products for the 4G market to develop as anticipated; our inability to capture market share in the expected growth of the 4G market as anticipated, due to, among other things, competitive reasons or failure to execute in our sales, marketing or manufacturing objectives; the failure of our strategic initiatives to enable us to more effectively capitalize on market opportunities as anticipated; delays in the receipt of orders from customers and in the delivery by us of such orders; our failure to fully and effectively integrate the business and technology of Wavion Inc., acquired by us in November 2011, into our products and realize the expected synergies from the acquisition; the failure of the markets for our (including Wavion's) products to grow as anticipated; our inability to further identify, develop and achieve success for new products, services and technologies; increased competition and its effect on pricing, spending, third-party relationships and revenues; our inability to establish and maintain relationships with commerce, advertising, marketing, and technology providers; our inability to comply with covenants included in our financing agreements; our inability to raise sufficient funds to continue our operations, either through equity issuances or asset sales; and other risks detailed from time to time in the Company’s annual reports on Form 20-F as well as in other filings with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The information in this presentation is provided solely for information purposes, and is not a commitment, promise or legal obligation to deliver any products, features and/or functionalities, and should not be relied upon in making purchasing decisions. The development, release and timing of any products, features and/or functionalities described remains at the sole discretion of Alvarion. If and when any products, features and/or functionalities are offered for sale by Alvarion, they will be sold under agreed upon terms and conditions. This information may not be incorporated into any contractual agreement with Alvarion or its subsidiaries or affiliates. Alvarion makes no representations or warranties with respect to the contents of this presentation, and specifically disclaims any express or implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose. Copyright 2012 Alvarion Ltd. All rights reserved. Alvarion®, its logo and certain names, product and service names referenced herein may be either registered trademarks, trademarks, tradenames or service marks of Alvarion Ltd in certain jurisdictions. All other names are or may be the trademarks of their respective owners. The content herein is subject to change without further notice.

3 Outline Alvarion carrier-grade Wi-Fi offering Case studies
Summary and open discussion

4 Latest WBSn Release V1.3 – News!
New firmware v1.3.2 Market leading radio performance Up to double the capacity and the reach than competition Up-to 20Km with outdoor CPE New FCC products CPEs WCPEn-5000-O – outdoor CPE WCPEn-2400-I – best-in-class, dual-zone indoor CPE Enhanced service flexibility Router / NAT-Router Web Authentication MAC Authentication 300m Alvarion w/ BF Competitor w/o BF

5 Cleveland Research Company 1/2013
Wi-Fi Market Dynamics Operator Mobile Fixed Wi-Fi ISP $0.6M (2012) $4M (2015) Applications Hot zones, offloading, rural access, wholesale,... Vertical Markets Education Oil and Gas Smart City Healthcare $4M (2012) $6M (2015) Applications Intranet, video surveillance, M2M… Cleveland Research Company 1/2013

6 Public Wi-Fi Expands Street coverage is seen as one of the areas of greatest deficit for Wi-Fi coverage. By 2013, the percentage of service providers planning to deploy Wi-Fi for street coverage jumps to 79% Global Service Provider Survey, April 2012, Infonetics Research “…sales of outdoor APs doubling over the past year.” Mathias Machowinski, December 2012 Infonetics Research nfonetics-wireless-lan-gear-star-networking-industry-tops- 1-billion-quarte Next is ac, ~2014 Additional capacity…

7 Hot Zones and 3GO – PLDT Philippines
Tier #1 Incumbent Carrier Nationwide Hot zones Bundling, DSL + Wi-Fi Web-portal authentication 1,000 WBSn under deployment now 80% indoor & 20% outdoor 1:10 – One WBSn replaces 10 indoor radios Network Architecture

8 Performance at Customer Sites

9 Colombo, Tier #1 Operator
Point Measurements Installation: 3 floor building Suburban, foliage End device: Acer laptop Location Vendor1 WBSn Vendor3 UDP (Mbps) 1 Inside Reception Non-LOS 30m 7 25 2 Outside Reception Clear LOS 35m 27 65 3 Loc3 Near LOS, behind truck 50m 24 50 45 4 Mango Tree Near LOS, behind the trees 80m 40 5 Street End 120m 12 35 15 6 BLD 2 Outside 45m 0.5 BLD reception 1.5 8 Drive Test Car 98m 0.2 9 Fire Station 160m No

10 Nepal, Wi-Fi SP, 11/2012 Site Survey Sector radio comparison
Urban, narrow streets, foliage 30% interference End device: USB 11n dongle Up to 36Mbps at 100m with WBSn Alvarion Competitor 300m

11 Pardes Hanna Israel, 12/2012 Site Survey Omni radio comparison
Sub urban, foliage Low interference level, 30% End device: 11n CPE Close to 70Mbps near the WBSn base station Alvarion Competitor Alvarion 300m 200m 100m 10m height installation Ruckus 7762-O v9.4 (latest release) WBSn v1.3.2 v11

12 Nesher Israel, 11/2012 Site Survey Sector radio comparison
Urban, foliage high interference level. ~75% End device: dongle 11n CPE Close to 90Mbps near the WBSn base station Alvarion Competitor 500m 18m height installation Ruckus 7762-S v9.4 (latest release) WBSn v1.3.2 v11

13 Okinawa Japan, Tier#1 operator, 12/2012
Site Survey Sector radio test Urban, LOS and near-LOS, low interference Base station at 1st floor height installation End device: dual-stream laptop Up to 200m while competition could do up to 50m 200m

14 Multi Users Performance
Indoor test scenario Office environment 2.4 GHz 110 ACTIVE users Laptops Handhelds CPEs WBSn outperforms Higher capacity Faster user rates Better airtime fairness WBSn Competitor WBSn Competitor

15 Alvarion Carrier Wi-Fi Offering

16 Alvarion WBSn Solution Components
Industry’s first two-way Beamforming with n outdoor WBSn – Wi-Fi base stations WCPEn – Wi-Fi CPE Outdoor and indoor WavionNet – NMS WCC – Wi-Fi Cloud Controller Wi-Fi manager Cellular GW WSP – Service Provisioning AAA and billing solutions

17 Outdoor Wi-Fi Radio Challenges
Outdoor Wi-Fi ≠ Indoor Wi-Fi Reach, Non-Line-of-Sight Heavy interference Regulation power limits High multi-path delay spread Extremely dynamic Foliage Indoor penetration

18 Beamforming Explained
Two-Way Spatially-Adaptive Beamforming Multiple radios High Gain Diversely Polarized (HGDP) antenna array Focus the energy, Tx and Rx Track movements and noise variations – adaptable Exploits multipath, coherently combine reflections HGDP Antenna Array Signal Strength 8 dB Beamforming gain and 12 dB HGDP antenna array gain 18 18

19 Field Proven Interference Immunity
Over a Decade of Outdoor Wi-Fi Experience Essential for large scale Wi-Fi networks (Outdoor & Indoor) Interference Immunity Suite Beamforming inherent 5dB interference suppression Patented Dynamic Interference Handling (DIH) Automatic Channel Selection (ACS) Offline Online with continuous scanning Rate Adaptation (WARA) Optimizes performance in noisy environments Down Tilted Antennas (DTA) Suppresses noise outside antenna field-of-view 19

20 Indoor Penetration, 50% Less CAPEX/OPEX
Site (Hanoi Vietnam) Alvarion Other vendor ATI lobby 50 Mbps 15 Mbps K.R o Café 5 Mbps No Access Xe May Moto bike Garage 2 Mbps Under construction House 20 Mbps 3 Mbps Computer Shop 7 Mbps M&V Shop Grocery Shop 50m

21 Key Features and Specification
Versatility 2.4 GHz: 7.5dBi gain up to 43 dBm EIRP 5 GHz: 8.5dBm gain 12dBi gain up to 48 dBm EIRP 14dBi gain up to 49 dBm EIRP Omni 2.4GHz & Sector 5GHz or Omni 5GHz Sector 2.4GHz Combined above specifications Concurrent operation in 2.4GHz & 5GHz Flexible antenna field of View AC and DC feeding Total capacity of up to Gbps 3x3:3 MIMO Smart antenna Beamforming n High gain diversely polarized Dual band Down tilted Up to 512 connected users Omni Capacity and Coverage Sector The WBSn comes with leading specification while keeping an open standard, backward and most up to date n. Its dual radio 2.4 and 5GHz are working in parallel doubling each units capabilities and making usable either as Omni, sector or combination of the two. With the two radios working in parallel, each with 3 streams the total MODEM rates can reach up to 900mbps. Achieving this in outdoor environment is challenging and feasible thanks to the specially developed sector and Omni dual band high gain antennas using 2-3 polarizations on a relatively small surface. The WBSn is designed to handle heavy traffic and users load and can reach a total of 512 concurrent users. Sector & Omni

22 WCPEn Family of CPEs Best-in-Class Wi-Fi CPEs
The only 2-way Beamforming indoor CPE on the market Extended reach Highest speeds Improved indoor signal penetration Fast ROI for access services Excellent user experience Interoperable with any standard Wi-Fi certified devices in both 2.4 and 5 GHz USB Adaptor Outdoor CPE Indoor CPE

23 Best “Wireless xDSL” Service
Wi-Fi and LAN for Residential and SME Extended coverage Indoor penetration High throughput Easy setup CPE WWW WBSn WCPEn-2400-I

24 Efficient Indoor Building Coverage
Innovative approach (mix outdoor & indoor radios) Traditional approach (indoor APs only) Few outdoor and indoor base stations Minimum wiring hassle Easy and fast installation Indoor and outdoor coverage Reduced radiation Reduced power consumption Low TCO Many indoor AP’s Complex wiring Indoor only coverage Expensive backend switch required High maintenance cost Internet Internet

25 Outdoor to Indoor Coverage Examples
Mumbai, India 16 floor building covered with a single base station Abuja Nigeria, Sheraton Hotel Full wing coverage, two base stations Suihua, China 12 residence buildings, Indoor coverage

26 Networking Features

27 Main Networking Features
Rich Set of Features for Core Integration and Private Networks Quality of service (prioritization and classification) Bridge and router + NAT Wholesale business model support (multiple SSIDs) Built-in access controller Security, encryption and authentication RADIUS, core integration PasspointTM (roadmap) SNMP and web management

28 3G/LTE Data Offloading Indoor and Outdoor Wi-Fi
Seamless user authentication AAA integration, unified user profile, u End-to-end security 802.1x, EAP, tunneling PasspointTM * Minimize backhauling and core loads Leverage on cellular core components Roaming and mobility * Roadmap

29 Hot-Zones and Cellular Offloading GW
WCC-1000 Wi-Fi Cloud Controller (demo) Focal point of Wi-Fi control RADIUS GW Passpoint GW Hides Wi-Fi complexity from cellular core AP registration, Zero-IT (configuration and firmware), scalability Wholesales business model support In-band/out-band 3rd party integration Aptilo, Aradial, Inventum, EliteCore, …

30 Embedded Access Controller*
Distributed, Scalable, No Single Point of Failure RADIUS Authentication EAP-SIM/AKA, web portal RADIUS Accounting, time and volume based RADIUS Authorization, limit and disconnect Per session traffic shaping at the base station (roadmap) Effective SLA enforcement “at the edge”, minimized backhauling requirements Web redirect Walled garden * License required to activate

31 Case Studies

32 Philippines Tier #1 Cellular Operator 549 WBSn-2450 base stations
183 cellular towers co-location Dual-band access Multiple services SIM authentication Web-portal authentication Integration with NSN core Network Architecture

33 Case Study: Russia Tier #1 (CDMA) Cellular Carrier
Four cities covered in project Cellular offload Wi-Fi service to existing customers Authentication via SMS + portal Above 500 WBSn-2400 base stations Distributed Access Controller Base station in Bridge mode Wireless client isolation across base stations NMS (WavioNet) BWC – Cellular (CDMA) operator, belong to RoseTelecom 3G Offload (CDMA has very low capacity) Covering 4 cities >500 WBSn (2400) USI – Incumbant: last mile + hotspots, >300 WBSs

34 Case Study: China China Mobile, China Telecom, China Unicom
CAPWAP based architecture 3rd party CAPWAP controller Over 10,000 Wi-Fi base stations shipped, expanding Metro zones and 3G offloading Campuses, railway stations, parks, airports and business districts Co-location with cellular Minimum costs China, numerous cities

35 Case Study: South Korea
Tier #1 Cellular Operator 27 Wi-Fi base stations, full coverage of all airport terminals Multiple services SIM authentication Wholesale, 2nd operator Terminal staff Free Wi-Fi service, low speed Seoul International Airport Wi-Fi Base Stations The market share of the three mobile carriers in 2011 – SK Telecom leading with 50.54% Korea Telecom with 31.62% LG U+ with 17.84% 52M users in total 49M population

36 San Pedro Day, Philippines,11/2012
Free Wi-Fi Zone to Over 100,000 People Excellent 2-3 Mbps user service Blanket service with10 WBSn-2400-S Wi-Fi base stations Down tilted 30 deg., reducing noise level 100 Mbps fiber connection per AP concurrent users per AP Mainly Apple and Android smart phones Cebu Island, Philippines

37 University of Nigeria Nsukka Campus
The Customer University of Nigeria Nsukka (UNN) The Project – Digital University Wireless Internet & Intranet for students, staff and visitors E-learning 40,000 students, 8,000 staff, 10,000 laptops E2E solution including Access, Backhaul, Solar Power and NMS Google University Access Program first successful deployment

38 Wrap-up Main Points Carrier Wi-Fi is growing tremendously fast
Hotspots, hot zones, rural broadband Offloading Backhauling New services Alvarion offers a complete carrier-grade Wi-Fi offering - Leading radio technology Robust 50% CAPEX and 50% OPEX savings Rich and flexible core integration Field proven

39 THANK YOU Collateral Catalog

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