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IPWireless Overview Thierry Maupile Fastnet Futures April 2, 2003.

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1 IPWireless Overview Thierry Maupile Fastnet Futures April 2, 2003

2 Page 2 Proprietary and Confidential- subject to nondisclosure agreement IPWireless Overview Founded in April 99, HQ in San Bruno, Lab in UK Backed by over $150 Million Experienced management team from leading wireless and communication companies Partnerships with Industry leaders Commercially deployed and proven Founded in April 99, HQ in San Bruno, Lab in UK Backed by over $150 Million Experienced management team from leading wireless and communication companies Partnerships with Industry leaders Commercially deployed and proven

3 Page 3 Proprietary and Confidential- subject to nondisclosure agreement The Future of Wireless is Broadband The Future of Broadband is Wireless 1 st Generation Broadband Wireless Line of Sight Fixed to single location Horrible Installations Unworkable economics Proprietary 1 st Generation Mobile Data Low Bandwidth High Latency High Cost Structure Poor Custom Interfaces Public Wireless LAN Difficulty in Roaming Limited Coverage Security Issues Location Rights Issues Expensive Backhaul THE PAST Non-profitable business models for service providers with missed subscriber expectations and low adoption rates. THE FUTURE Mobile Broadband - A single platform that allows operators to profitably address all three markets Mobile Portable Fixed

4 Page 4 Proprietary and Confidential- subject to nondisclosure agreement The Complete IPWireless Solution IPW NODE B Base Stations IP Core Internet IP Services VPNs Voice Push to Talk Overlays Existing Cellular Infrastructure 2 Standard Core Network Options GPRS Core Low-Cost, Low-Power, High- Speed Access Devices Up to 100Mbps Up to 3Mbps

5 Page 5 Proprietary and Confidential- subject to nondisclosure agreement USBEthernetPCMCIA Compact Flash BluetoothEmbedded Broadband Access to Desktops WiFi Access Point Backhaul VOIP Gateway Connection Q2 03 Q4 03Q1 04 Q2 04 Broadband to Laptops Broadband to PDAs Access for any WiFi device Bluetooth Enabled Consumer Electronics < $50 Mobile Phone Low Cost Mobile Devices Multi User Access Broadband to PDAs Mobile Handsets Computing Devices Connected Consumer Electronics Q4 01 Q1 03 Integrated VOIP/WiFi Access The Future - Much More than Broadband Modems Multi-mode Cards (Q4 03)

6 Page 6 Proprietary and Confidential- subject to nondisclosure agreement The Value proposition High Network Capacity - Per cell site capacities up to 50Mbps today and 100Mbps by mid-2004 Low Deployment Cost – Cost per covered pop of less than $7 Low Network Latency – roundtrip latencies as low as 45 mSec Wide Area Indoor Coverage – coverage greater than GSM or PCS cellular networks Full Mobility – ability to operate at up to 120 mph End-User Bandwidth – 3Mbps (DL) and 1 Mbps (UL) Business Case – Low monthly subscription ( < $40) High Network Capacity - Per cell site capacities up to 50Mbps today and 100Mbps by mid-2004 Low Deployment Cost – Cost per covered pop of less than $7 Low Network Latency – roundtrip latencies as low as 45 mSec Wide Area Indoor Coverage – coverage greater than GSM or PCS cellular networks Full Mobility – ability to operate at up to 120 mph End-User Bandwidth – 3Mbps (DL) and 1 Mbps (UL) Business Case – Low monthly subscription ( < $40)

7 Page 7 Proprietary and Confidential- subject to nondisclosure agreement Commercially Hardened 1 st commercial networks went live Q Commercial deployments on 5 continents 2 national networks announced - Germany and New Zealand 10 of the top 20 operators in the world have trialed or are in process of trialing IPWireless 1 st commercial networks went live Q Commercial deployments on 5 continents 2 national networks announced - Germany and New Zealand 10 of the top 20 operators in the world have trialed or are in process of trialing IPWireless

8 Page 8 Proprietary and Confidential- subject to nondisclosure agreement Strategic Partnerships

9 Page 9 Proprietary and Confidential- subject to nondisclosure agreement Market Drivers Established Standard Attractive 3 rd Pipe to Home Viable Data Business Model for Mobile Carriers Integration with other WAN,WiFi and Bluetooth The 4 C’s Coverage Convenience Cost Coolness Established Standard Attractive 3 rd Pipe to Home Viable Data Business Model for Mobile Carriers Integration with other WAN,WiFi and Bluetooth The 4 C’s Coverage Convenience Cost Coolness … Shaping a new wireless industry


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