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1 © NOKIA Customer Name Your Name Nokia Broadband Systems Date Customer Name Your Name Nokia Broadband Systems Date
2 © NOKIA Nokia Excellence Nokia strives for leadership in the most attractive global telecommunications segments through: Speed in anticipating and fulfilling evolving customer needs Quality in products and processes Openness with people and to new ideas and solutions Nokia strives for leadership in the most attractive global telecommunications segments through: Speed in anticipating and fulfilling evolving customer needs Quality in products and processes Openness with people and to new ideas and solutions
3 © NOKIA Net Sales Grew by 48% in 1999 Net sales by business group: Nokia Networks 29% Nokia Mobile Phones 66% Other Operations 5% Global balance with aggressive growth in Americas: Americas 25% Asia-Pacific 22% Europe 53% $US M
4 © NOKIA Formulation of Nokia Broadband Services Your Partner in the Local Loop of the Future! 4Q99 VoIP Acquired Vienna Acquired Vienna Core IP Routing & Security Core IP Routing & Security Acquired Ipsilon Acquired Ipsilon DSL Acquired Diamond Lane Acquired Diamond Lane WLAN Acquired Intalk Acquired Intalk W i r e l e s s T e l e p h o n y & D a t a Consolidated Programs and Elements Consolidated Programs and Elements Relocated BBS HQ to Petaluma, CA, USA Relocated BBS HQ to Petaluma, CA, USA Wireless Home Networking Broadband Wireless Routers Broadband Wireless Routers Acquired Rooftop Acquired Rooftop Non-stop e-Business Solutions Acquired Network Alchemy Acquired Network Alchemy Nokia’s rapidly expanding access portfolio
5 © NOKIA Telephony Network Operator Small Business Provides Voice over DSL, high speed Internet access Home Gateway Network Operator Provides gateway into home network, including wireless LAN Content Provider Provides access to information or services Provides access to applications such as e-mail, WWW hosting, banking Application Provider E N A B I L N G Many New Roles for the Network Operator in the New Access World
6 © NOKIA Conversent Communications Nokia Customers for Broadband Services
7 © NOKIA U.S. DSL Deployments Doubling Each Quarter Over 25 Carriers Have DSL Deployed in over 50 Cities YE ‘98 32,400 6,600 39,000 Q1 ‘99 62,000 11,000 73,000 Q2 ‘99 131,000 26,950 157,950 Q3 ‘99 220,000 52,160 272,160 U.S. ILECs U.S. CLECs TOTALS Forecasted Total DSL Lines Source: Telechoice YE ‘00 1.87M YE ‘01 4.41M YE ‘02 7.7M Source: IDC & Nokia YE ‘99 480,000 175,000 655,000 Installed DSL Lines
8 © NOKIA Access Applications Backbone High value-added Information Business Value Migrating to Access and Applications
9 © NOKIA Applications That Will Be Outsourced to ASPs in 2000 by the Small & Medium Business (SMB) Market Education and Training e-Commerce–Catalogs, Transactions, Billing Communication and Collaboration Customer Service/Customer Relationship, Billing Financial and Accounting Sales Force Automation Human Resources Project Management ERP S M B MARKET None 01020304050 Supply Chain Management OUTSOURCED APPLICATIONS (VOLUME) Percentage of Businesses Interviewed
10 © NOKIA Rapid Deployment: the Strategic Imperative for DSL Carriers 2 million active DSL customers in the US by YE 2000 will determine early postion in market share for providers 2 million active DSL customers in the US by YE 2000 will determine early postion in market share for providers The stock market values Bell companies at over $2,000/subscriber The stock market values Bell companies at over $2,000/subscriber In the next three years 10 million DSL subscriptions will be sold in the US In the next three years 10 million DSL subscriptions will be sold in the US The clear imperative is to rapidly deploy a DSL network footprint The clear imperative is to rapidly deploy a DSL network footprint Services and Support Complete Equipment Solutions DSLAM Scalability and Management Equipment Financing Consumer Brand Applications and Market Support Field Proven Equipment Vendors: DSL Rapid Deployment Partners, not just Suppliers To succeed you need:
11 © NOKIA Voice Infrastructure Lucent Alcatel Data Enterprise Cisco 3Com Ericcson Wireless MotorolaCopperMountain Nortel Next Gen Integrated Broadband Networks Wireline Access Networks Nokia is the Access Network Provider of the Future Nokia’s experience in a variety of areas makes Nokia the logical source for complete access systems
12 © NOKIA Nokia Broadband System Components Network Management System Nokia IP Authenticator Nokia D50 Electronic Cross Connect & Loop Testing Nokia Security Gateway Nokia Charging Center (NCC) Nokia Provideo Voice Over DSL Gateway CPE EMS Nokia SMS1800 (Remote Access Node)
13 © NOKIA Home Networking via Wireless LAN Nokia Broadband Network Solution The Future of the Local Loop IP Radio/Wireless Local Loop Nokia IP Authenticator NMS Nokia IP solutions NCC D50 EMS Small Business Voice over DSL via SDSL High Speed Internet Access via ADSL Office Interconnection via Wireless LAN Voice Gateway Router / IAD ATM Nokia MW1122 INTERNET Firewall
14 © NOKIA Hardware Hardware Software Software Network Management System Network Management System Nokia SMS1800 Remote Access Node Nokia SMS1800 Remote Access Node CPE/VoDSL CPE/VoDSL Customer Care & Billing Customer Care & Billing D50 System Overview
15 © NOKIA Expanding Role for DSLAMs More Service Functionality ATM Traffic Mgmt ATM QoS ATM Video Switching Fiber/Wireless Dist. More DSL Types More Service Types ADSL SDSL IDSL HDSL VDSL Voice Video FR ATM DSLAMs Becoming Full Service Access Systems
16 © NOKIA Central Office Configuration ADSL CUSTOMER SDSL CUSTOMER IDSL CUSTOMER CENTRAL OFFICE ROUTER BRIDGE/MOD EM NIC OPTIONAL MICROFILTER MDF PSTN Corporate INTERNET ADSL (Full Rate or G.Lite SDSL (2B1Q) IDSL DATA VOICE+DATA DATA DS3/OC-3 NID
17 © NOKIA
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