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1 Sales Presentation April 2001

2 Mission “ Providing Internet Processors and Protocol Stacks that uses the Internet infrastructure to enable universal device-to- device and device to human communication.” Embedded Internet and Communications Solutions

3 Ubicom Enables Ubiquitous Communications Internet access is driving networks into new environments such as homes, hotels, factories, even cars. Our mission is to be the leading supplier of Internet Processors and Networking Software Our Internet Processors make devices, bridges and gateways re- configurable and cost effective Our software makes networks transparent, secure and interoperable Our partners help us provide end-to-end solutions Our customers can adapt products faster to changing markets and standards using pre-built, configurable software.

4 Worldwide Web Worldwide Web Wireless / Mobile Internet 10,000, ,000,000 1,000,000,000 10,000,000,000 Internet Users Embedded Internet The Internet will be used to communicate: People to people People to devices Devices to devices The Internet will be used to communicate: People to people People to devices Devices to devices Gov’t Research Gov’t Research Device Networking: The Next Wave

5 Smart Home Internet Appliances Security Home Networks Smart Building Security HVAC Access Hotel/Apartment Internet Access Meter Reading HVAC, Security Telemetry Vending Meter Reading Factory Process Automation, Robotics, Security Personal Networks ID exchange Pilot, Phone Electronic Key Medical Services Remote Monitoring & Diagnostics Emergency Response Car Entertainment, Communication Location Based Services Transportation Asset Management Customer Service Emergency Services Power Management Meter Reading Rate Management Service & Repair Potential Applications For Billions of Connected Devices

6 Delivering Ubiquitous Connectivity

7 Value of Internet Connectivity Manufacturer’s benefits –Remote service and diagnostics –Field data collection –Application software upgrades –Offer new services & business models Consumer’s benefits –Monitor and control devices over Internet –Rich, graphical user interface –New services –Customization of device usage –Lower prices from manufacturer or service provider

8 Internet Challenges

9 1-End-to-End Networking

10 For a Complete End-to-End Solution… Ad hoc networking Security (authentication, encryption) Powerful, flexible device control & communication User interface Service delivery mechanism Ease of development for manufacturer Strategic alliances

11 LAN-2 Electronic Device Node Device Application LAN interface Protocol Stack Web Application Security/Encryption Bridge LAN/LAN bridge Gateway WAN Database Sophisticated Web pages GP Security Large scale control WAN/LAN conversion Address mapping Security/Firewall Routing Web Servers LAN-1 End-To-End Device Network

12 Node Access Points No new wires –Powerline –Phoneline New wires –Ethernet –USB Wireless –Bluetooth –802.11b

13 Which Components ? In all network topologies –Ad hoc networking –Service and device discovery –Device management –User interface Security needs vary –Always need authentication and consequently some mechanism for identifying the device (key mgmt) –The need to encrypt data varies for the actual applications –You might need to encrypt in a shared environment or where access is available over the internet Software Solutions

14 Smart Building Security HVAC Access Hotel/Apartment Internet Access Meter Reading HVAC, Security Smart Home Internet Appliances, Security Home Networks Ubicoms Vision For End-to-End Device Networking Technology Requirements Reconfigurable and Cost-Effective Transparent and Secure IP in the Device Business Requirements A Vision for End-to-End Challenge Partnerships to Deliver the Whole Solution Personal Networks ID exchange Pilot, Phone Electronic Key

15 2 - Embedded Internet Challenges

16 Embedded Internet System Embedded Internet Challenges Physical Comms Interface Physical Comms Interface Ever-changing communication protocols: Modem, Ethernet, DSL, GSM, Home Phone Networking Alliance Internet Protocols Internet Protocols Various Combinations of : TCP, HTTP, UDP, POP3, SMTP and SNMP Application Many Applications : Processor performance varies Peripherals Custom requirements : RS232. I 2 C SPI,LCD driver etc.

17 An Uncertain Future Many potential solutions! –Who knows what will win? –Need to cover all bases Time to market is critical Customers need flexibility –Simplicity Shorter development cycles Rapid modification as things change Plug ‘n’ Play –Cost effective solutions

18 Ubicom Solutions

19 The Ubicom Solution- “Silicon in Software” l Deterministic architecture l 100 MIPS l Reprogrammable EE/Flash l On-chip debug l Configurable high speed I/Os Hardware l Virtual Peripheral or ipModules l Peripheral functions implemented in software Software + System-on-a-chip l TCP/IP Stack l Ethernet MAC l ARP & DHCP l HTTP, SNMP l UART, USB l I2C, SPI l DTMF

20 ipModules Mix & Match - Prebuilt Software Modules replacing Silicon IP Thread 1 Ethernet Thread 2 TCP/IP Thread 3 Serial I/O Guaranteed scheduling of very high deterministic MIPS

21 Single Chip Connectivity Solution IP2022-based Solutions SX52-based Solutions Ubicom Technology PHY/MAC for some interfaces Additional HW/SW for some apps Customer Specific Application Web server, , file transfer (HTTP, SMTP, POP3, SNMP, FTP, etc.) Internet/Network Protocols (TCP, UDP, IP, ICMP, ARP, DHCP, etc.) Physical layer (Ethernet, PPP, HPNA, RF, PLC, etc.) “Connected” Application Solution Simplified OSI Model

22 Ubicom Solution Benefits System Cost Reduction & Integration New Functionality Time to Production Advantage Reconfigurable Designs (Build to Order) Internet Standards Based Adaptable to fast changing new markets and comms protocols Change functionality and services over the Internet

23 Ubicom Roadmap

24 SX52 SX28 IP2021 IP40xx IP4xxx 12/9912/0006/0112/ micron EE PROM 0.25 micron FLASH NVM data 0.18 micron FLASH NVM data IP2022 IP4147 Embedded Internet Processors ROADMAP

25 Capabilities on PHYs/Protocols Already implemented, or planned implementations: –SX52 Series: HPNA v1.1 10baseT ethernet (TCP/IP stack w/ext controller) IrDA (modulation and stack) –IP2000 Series: 10baseT ethernet (PHY/MAC + TCP/IP stack, UPnP stack) USB Host/Slave Bluetooth (baseband and stack functions) Homeplug LAN (10Mbps GPSI to external Homeplug PHY) b (baseband and stack functions) IrDA (modulation and stack) Low speed soft modems HPNA v1.1 –IP4000 Series: All of above 10/100 Ethernet DSL HPNA v2.0

26 Product Selection Guide I/O Memory 4k 2k SX18 SX20 SX28 50/75 MIPS SX48 SX52 50/75/100 MIPS IP k MIPS

27 SX28/52 Overview

28 SX18/20/28AC Architecture CPU Registers ALU Brown-Out Detector 8-Bit Prescaler Interrupt RTCC MIWUWatchdogComparator Port A Port B Port C POR W PC FSR STATUS OPTION MODE ISD 2K x 12 EEPROM ISP Four - Stage Instruction Pipeline 136-Bytes SRAM

29 29 SX18/20/28 Differentiation 2048x12 EE/Flash Program Memory 136x8 SRAM Performance –50/75 MIPS –Single cycle (except branch instructions) –Flash/EEPROM Deterministic 3 clock cycle internal interrupt response (5 clock cycle external interrupt response) RTCC WDT “Tool on a chip” –Supports in-System debug and programming

30 Other Features Power down Mode Multi-Input Wake Up (MIWU) –Any pin on port B can be configured to wake up the processor on a state transition Brown Out –Programmable Vcc level –Forces device reset Power on reset circuitry –Powers up in known stable state Comparator

31 CPU Registers ALU Brown-Out Detector 8-Bit RTCC 8-Bit Prescaler 8-Bit Prescaler Interrupt 16-Bit Timer 16-Bit Timer MIWUWatchdogComparator Port A Port B Port C Port D Port E POR W PC FSR STATUS OPTION MODE ISD 4K x 12 EEPROM ISP Four - Stage Instruction Pipeline 262-Bytes SRAM SX48/52BD Series Architecture

32 SX48/52 Additions 4096x12 EE/Flash Program Memory 256x8 SRAM 100 MIPS Two Multi-Function 16-bit Timers with 8-bit Prescalers 40/36 I/O Pins 52-pin PQFP and 48-pin TQFP packages

33 In-System Programming/Debug Development Tools Parallax - SX Tech Kit photo photo –In production –Supports all SX devices (except 100 SX52) –Cost $149 Advanced Transdata SX-ISD photo photo –In production –Supports all SX devices –Cost $295 –Only tool that supports SX52BD100/PQ today Nohau –To be released in Q4’00 –Supports all SX devices –Cost $500

34 Assemblers Scenix: –SASM (standard choice) Downloadable from Scenix Web page Shipped with Advanced Transdata and Nohau development tools –Parallax Scenix Assembler Only available with SX Tech Kit Non-Standard SX Assembler

35 C-Compilers Byte-Craft Ltd. –SXC Full Featured Code Development System –Supports SX18/20/28 & SX48/52 –Cost: $1395 for Windows version $795 for DOS version Grich RC –Supports SX18/20/28 –Cost $79.00 including debug support C2C –Supports SX18/20/28 –Freeware compiler

36 IP2022 Overview

37 Target Solutions Single chip solution for node level network connectivity –Capability in many cases to provide PHY layer up through application layer solution Includes 10baseT, HPNA v1.1, 12Mbps USB, V.22bis data modem, and many other standard and emerging networks/protocols –Example solution - 10baseT Ethernet node IP2022 supports implementation of: –10baseT MAC/PHY layer –TCP/IP stack –HTTP/POP3/SMTP/SNMP/etc. application layer components –Customer-specific application code

38 8-Bit RISC CPU CORE with 16-bit Wide Opcode VIRTUAL PERIPHERAL SUPPORT LOGIC (Serializer + Deserializer + ADC + 8*8 MPY) 64 K Byte FLASH MEMORY Program & NVRAM Memory (32K x 16) 4 K Byte SRAM DATA MEMORY (4K x 8) PORT A (24 mA) PORT B 4 8 CPU PLL SPI Port & ISD/ISP Debug Logic Reset & Brown-out Watchdog Timer 8K x 16 SRAM Program Memory RTCLK PORT C 8 D 8 E 8 F 8 G 8 IP2022 BLOCK DIAGRAM

39 IP2K Internet Processor Highlights 16-bit instructions, 8-bit data 100 MIPS performance with 4 MHz clock, on chip PLL Deterministic architecture with 3-cycle interrupt response 4-stage pipelined architecture Runtime-variable performance through SPEED instruction, multiple power stages Automatic speed change for Interrupt Service Routines Automatic speed change between 64KB Flash and 16KB SRAM program memory jumps

40 IP2K Additional features 4K RAM and NVRAM Self programming capability or SPI interface In-system debugging up to 100 MIPS with unlimited breakpoints Two powerful 16-bit timers with programmable pre-scalers Real-time timer (running during sleep mode) Parallel Slave port: 8 or 16 bits 10-bit/8-channel analog/digital converter Two pairs of 16-bit serializer/deserializers Advanced GNU tool suite from RedHat/Cygnus

41 Serializer/Deserializer (SerDes) Sync Detection Shift Register Data Buffer Counters Data Buffer Shift Register Data Decoder Rx Tx Data Encoder Control and Status Register (CSR) Available modes programmed through CSR: 10bT Ethernet USB 1.1 (full speed and low speed) SPI/Microwire I 2 C UART

42 IP2022 Debug Support  Dedicated SPI Bus as ISD/ISP Port  Pins Not Shared with Oscillator Pins Unlike SX-52  Hardware Breakpoint Support;  Hardware Single-Step, Run, and Stop Logic

43 IP2022 Internet Processor 100 Mips performance Deterministic execution 30ns context switch for multithreading Sophisticated power management Dual serdes blocks Choices for communications: Ethernet USB-12Mbit 10Mbit GPSI SerDes I SerDes II Timer PLLADC Core FlashRAM Network Access Layer TCP IP / ICMP HTTP XCVR I XCVR II Device Application SPI/Microwire UART/Modem IIC

44 IP2022 Tool Chain  Cygnus/Red Hat Supplies:  C Compiler  Assembler  Linker  Utilities  GNU Debugger  IDE: Code Fusion = Insight + Source Navigator  Low Cost ISD: GNU Debugger + Parallel Port Cable on PC  High-End Debugger: Nohau Debugger

45 ipModules ipOS ipStack ipManage ipBlue ipMail ipUSB ipIO

46 Example Applications

47 IP2K Application Areas Protocol bridges & converters Voice over IP terminals HVAC & Industrial control automation Embedded network management

48 IP2k Bridge Solutions Any node to any node –Ethernet 10bT integrated 10bT with external MAC/Phy 10/100bT with external MAC/Phy –USB v1.1 (12Mb) Slave Master –Bluetooth Integrated HCI & BT stack Integrated baseband –Serial –Parallel –Special Modem chips etc.

49 Bridge Technologies & Target Partners IP2022 TCP/IP/UPnP HPNA v2 Homeplug b Bluetooth Intellon Conexant RFMD Core Technology Industry Standard Serial I/Fs Home Network PHYs Ethernet UART USB Ethernet AFE/PHY/MAC RF/PHY/MAC RF UBICOM

50 No new wires – Powerline HomePlug – 10bT Ethernet To Magnetics To Magnetics 10Mb GPSI H-Plug AFE Intellon INT5130 H-plug MACH-plug PHY GPSIIntelligence Ubicom IP2022 Eth 10bT MACEth 10bT PHY = Provided by Ubicom = Developed by customer = External hardware rqmts H-plug Driver

51 No New Wires – Phoneline HPNAv2 to Ethernet Bridge To Magnetics To Magnetics 10/100bT PHY Broadcom BCM5201 HPNA AFE Broadcom BCM4100 BCM4210 HPNA v2 MAC/PHY 32-bit PCI Bus MII I/D Caches Broadcom BCM /100 MII 512kB SDRAM 10/100 MII10/100 MAC PCI MIPS R3000 CPU SDRAM/Flash I/F 4MB Flash Tx/Rx FIFO 2kB/4kB PCI IP2022 provides >$15 advantage on BOM

52 No New Wires – Phoneline HPNAv2 to Ethernet 10bT Bridge To Magnetics To Phoneline 10Mb GPSI Conexant CX24611 HPNA MACHPNA PHYGPSIIntelligence Ubicom IP2022 Eth 10bT MACEth 10bT PHY = Provided by Ubicom = Developed by customer = External hardware rqmts Link Layer + H/W Drivers HPNA AFE 32kB SRAM GPSI

53 New Wires 10Mb Networked Device Node Enet MAC IP2022 Enet PHY Network S/W Stack (TCP/IP) Device Specific Application Software IP2022 CPU Packet Buffer Ethernet transformer

54 New Wires 10/100Mb Networked Device Node IP2022 Network S/W Stack (TCP/IP) Device Specific Application Software IP2022 CPU Add’l Packet Buffer? 16-bit Host I/F 16-bit Slave I/F 8k x 16 SRAM Buffer 10/100 E’net MAC 10/100 E’net PHY MII option for ext LAN PHY Ethernet transformer ASIX AX88796L

55 Voice-over-IP Terminal Voice Codec, Echo Cancellation & Signalling TCP/IP protocol Stack + network Management Control + Supervision Ethernet MAC/PHY LAN Cabling IP2022 Isolation transformer Isolation transformer TI/ADI/ Motorola DSP Hardware Implementation IP2022 can soak up all functionality except the voice processing and signalling functions 1234

56 Industrial Networking Node Router Node Internet Applications Security Systems HVAC Medical Plant Monitoring Network Management Building control Ethernet Management Terminal Remote monitoring

57 Network Management Ethernet TCP HTTP IP / ICMP SNMP Hub or low cost switch Host Switch Ports EEPROM Request Response IP2022

58 Remote metering Status Sent Scheduled Event Alarm Status PPP Modem IP/ARP SMTP TCP/UDP Application/Packet Control UART RS232 IP2022

59 New Wires Homeplug USB Bridge To Magnetics 10Mb GPSI H-Plug AFE Intellon INT5130 H-plug MACH-plug PHY USBIntelligence Ubicom IP2022 GPSI USB Line driver = Provided by Ubicom = Developed by customer = External hardware rqmts H-plug Driver

60 Wireless Solutions Bluetooth Device Control Baseband HCI L2CAP SDP Application BT stack HCI Radio Module Baseband L2CAP SDP TCP/IP Interface Radio Module Device Controller IP2K Baseband L2CAP SDP TCP/IP Device Control Radio Module IP2K 1 2

61 Bluetooth System Partitioning Intelligent Modular Implementations HCI driver RF (radio and antenna) Audio Control L2CAP (data) Baseband Link Manager Application Host Controller Interface HCI firmware API 1 API 2API 3API... API n Host System Bluetooth Subsystem IP2k Transport Bus RF uC BB/LC Source Xilinx

62 IP4k Family

63 Gateway Challenge Fixed Wireless WAN Access Options Residential LAN Options Others OSGi services Disk/Caching MP3 files Extended Functions Basic Network Functions SNMP Remote Management DHCP/DNS Address assignment WAN To LAN conversion Firewall & Security NAT Address/ Mapping Cable Modem ADSL VoIP/VoDSL Homeplug Bluetooth HPNA Ethernet

64 The Next Generation: IP4K Targeted for high reliability, low cost implementations of Residential gateways IAD/ Integrated Access Devices: Voice, Data, Video Streaming digital media distribution & decode Capable of ipModules (software implementations) for ADSL, HPNA, Ethernet, , Bluetooth, ….. Wire speed packet routing, protocol conversion, firewalls Security/encryption, IP address management, JAVA VOIP, MP3, MPEG… Ground up new architecture targeted for the above 8 Gbit/sec memory to memory move and ALU operations 750 MIPS, 4500 MOPS 250Mhz Zero overhead, 8 way instruction level context switch Re-configurable over the Internet Sophisticated power management

65 IP4000 Series - 5X Price-Performance Improvement 250 MHz core + Math Coprocessor with 1.6 Billion MAC performance or 3.2 Billion Galois Multiply performance Memory-to-Memory Architecture Communication Optimized Instruction Set Zero Overhead Context Switch 32 bit Processor with 16-bit data type support No caches or external buses, which equals less die, pins, parts, and board space Harvard+ Architecture that combines the speed advantage of SRAM and the die density of Flash memory.

66 Residential Gateway Issues High reliability (99.999%) …not PC dependent Life line services such as phone, network powered? High security, firewall, authentication, encryption Multiple competing broadband connections: ADSL, Cable, Fixed Wireless Multiple home LAN’s: Homeplug, Cebus, A&B, Bluetooth, HPNA, HomeRF, Lontalk, 1394,…. Multiple protocols: OSGI, Homegate, Cable home, UPnP, IPv6, Jini, Havi, SCP, emWare, … Who will install and manage the network? Truck roll? Service provider, the consumer, ad hoc/self managed When will integrated services be required? Is the box inside the house or outside; Who owns the box? Is it one box with multiple service providers? Or multiple boxes, one for each service providers? What about an OS? Deeply embedded? Cost of implementation? Is this a PC with a new logo?

67 Gateway Challenge Fixed Wireless WAN Access Options Residential LAN Options Others OSGi services Disk/Caching MP3 files Extended Functions Basic Network Functions SNMP Remote Management DHCP/DNS Address assignment WAN To LAN conversion Firewall & Security NAT Address/ Mapping Cable Modem ADSL VoIP/VoDSL Homeplug Bluetooth HPNA Ethernet

68 Broadband Access Data Gateway Example DSL to HPNA + Ethernet PTM1300 (TriMedia Core) MPU Bus (muxed addr/data) ASIC Philips 10/100 MAC? 3 x USB (2 host, 1 node) 8MB Flash ST71035A ADSL CPE ST POTS For ADSL 2x 8MB SDRAM 2Wire HomePortal 1500 Integrated ADSL, supporting both full rate and g.lite HPNA 1.0/2.0, USB, 2 x 10/100BT Supports VoATM Utopia I/II ST71034 ADSL AFE MPU Bus (sep. addr/data) Broadcom 16 BCM4210 HPNA 2.0 MAC/PHY BCM4100 HPNA 2.0 AFE 16/32 LU3X32FT 2-port 10/100BT PHY Lucent 2 x MII ? (maybe sharing MPU bus) Magnetics POTS For HPNA

69 Broadband Access Data Gateway Example DSL to HPNA + Ethernet IP4K Ubicom 4MB Flash ST POTS 8MB SDRAM Ubicom solution Integrated ADSL, supporting both full rate and g.lite HPNA 1.0/2.0, USB, 2 x 10/100BT Supports VoATM ST71034 ADSL AFE Broadcom BCM4100 HPNA 2.0 AFE LU3X32FT 2-port 10/100BT PHY Lucent 2 x MII Magnetics POTS


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