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1 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Cautionary Language Concerning Forward-Looking Statements Information set forth in this presentation contains financial estimates and other forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties, and actual results might differ materially. A discussion of factors that may affect future results is contained in AT&T’s filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. AT&T disclaims any obligation to update and revise statements contained in this presentation based on new information or otherwise. 1 Safe Harbor Statement

2 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T, AT&T logo and all other marks contained herein are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property and/or AT&T affiliated companies. Sam Hamood Mobility Application Consultant AT&T Wireless Futures An Unofficial Look at Trends & Possibilities and How They Apply To Government Disclaimer: Material Within is Opinion of Presenter and Should Not Be Construed As a Commitment By AT&T David Pearce Mobility Application Consultant AT&T

3 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Agenda How we got here…. Forces shaping wireless End points Network Applications Page 3 Disclaimer: Material Within is Opinion of Presenter and Should Not Be Construed As a Commitment By AT&T

4 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Brief History of Enterprise Wireless Data Adoption ARDIS IBM Field Service City of LA Parking 1991 Mobitex 1996 Regional 2G CDPD First Public Wireless Data Networks Enabled Field Service Applications

5 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Brief History of Enterprise Wireless Data Adoption : ARDIS IBM Field Service City of Los Angeles 1993: Mobitex 1998 BlackBerry 950 Pager 1996: Regional 2G CDPD 1999 Palm VII Birth of the Killer Apps - Wireless and Mobile Middleware for Field Service Applications

6 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Brief History of Enterprise Wireless Data Adoption : ARDIS IBM Field Service City of Los Angeles 2002 National 2G Data GPRS 1XRTT 1996: Regional 2G CDPD Public Wireless IP-based Networks Enabled National Deployments of Enterprise Apps 1993: Mobitex 1998: BlackBerry 950 Pager 1999: Palm VII

7 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Brief History of Enterprise Wireless Data Adoption : National 2.5G EDGE 2003: First Integrated BlackBerry 2004: Treo 600 First national high speed wireless Compelling integrated form factors Enabled broader adoption 1985: ARDIS IBM Field Service City of Los Angeles 1996: Regional 2G CDPD 1993: Mobitex 1998: BlackBerry 950 Pager 1999: Palm VII

8 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Brief History of Enterprise Wireless Data Adoption : National 2.5G EDGE 2003: First Integrated BlackBerry National & Global 3G Networks Next Generation Devices Easier Integration 1985: ARDIS IBM Field Service City of Los Angeles 1996: Regional 2G CDPD 1993: Mobitex 1998: BlackBerry 950 Pager 1999: Palm VII G Speed Simultaneous Voice & Data iPhone in Enterprise Ecosystem Development

9 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Trends Shaping Cellular Wireless Today End points Network Applications Page 9

10 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. 10 The New Paradigm for the Web is Wireless Over 4 billion global mobile subscribers in 2008 Nearly 3 times as many mobile subscribers as personal computer users in the world today Over 1.5 billion Internet users worldwide in 2008 The next billion internet users will first access the web on a mobile device Page 10

11 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. End Points Explosion of Devices With Extending Connectivity Computers Handheld devices Residences and Commercial Buildings Vehicle Telematics Industrial automation Shipping and Logistics Consumer Products M2M is a set of networking and IT technologies connecting the world’s physical systems. Billions of endpoints await connection through M2M 11

12 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Trends – Profiling Advanced Devices 32 Gb memory Voice Activated Applications Video Capable GPS Capable Compass Hardware Encryption High Fidelity Wide Screen Applications

13 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Device Evolution Legacy Mobile Devices Slow processing speeds Low resolution screens Small memory capacity Large/bulky batteries Limited Input/Output Legacy Mobile Devices Slow processing speeds Low resolution screens Small memory capacity Large/bulky batteries Limited Input/Output Today’s Mobile Devices Faster processors High res screens Huge memory capacity Slim compact batteries Flexible Input/Output Touch Voice Projection Today’s Mobile Devices Faster processors High res screens Huge memory capacity Slim compact batteries Flexible Input/Output Touch Voice Projection The Lines Are Blurring All Computing devices will Communicate while … All Communications devices will Compute! The Lines Are Blurring All Computing devices will Communicate while … All Communications devices will Compute! Page 13

14 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Future Capabilities of Devices? Micro hard disks Biometrics Thermal and Radio Frequency fingerprint scanning Voice Print Facial Recognition Retinal and IRIS Scanning RFID Authentication Multi-modality Voice interface Bluetooth & W-USB (Wireless USB)

15 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. 15 Device Futures Wearable displays Display that paints an image directly on the eye or onto a pair of glasses Creates a large translucent display that appears at arm’s length from the user First consumer product (under $300) just released by myvu. Professional grade products remain in the $2000+ range Some have integrated headset and microphone, an enabler for the best possible multimodal experience

16 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Network Trends – Consolidation Around 3GPP Standard 25 – 40 Kbps Down 70 – 135 Kbps Down 700 – 1.7 Mbps Down Announced 400 – 700 Kbps Down Kbps Down GPRS Peak: 48 Kbps EDGE Peak: 237 Kbps UMTS Peak: 384 Kbps HSDPA Peak: 1.8 Mbps HSPA 3.6 Peak: 3.6 Mbps HSPA 7.2 Peak: 7.2 Mbps HSPA 14.4 Peak: 14.4 Mbps HSPA+ Peak: 21 Mbps No MIMO LTE Phase 1 Peak: 50 Mbps MIMO (2x2) LTE Phase 2 Peak: 80 Mbps MIMO Currently Deployed in Nearly 350 Major Metro Areas 100 Mbps 50 Mbps 40 Mbps 30 Mbps 20 Mbps 10 Mbps 5 Mbps 1 Mbps GPRSEDGEUMTSHSDPAHSPAHSPA 7.2HSPA 14.4HSPA+LTE Past Present Future AT&T Typical Download Throughput AT&T has recently announced the deployment of 7.2 for fall of 2009 AT&T has recently announced the deployment of LTE Trial: 2010 Commercial launch: 2011 Network Technology Future network speeds and plans are subject to change Announced

17 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. HSPA 3G Standard & LTE 4G Upcoming Std

18 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. GPRS 48K 18 Time 2G EDGE 237K The Technology Path With GSM, devices will be backward compatible as technology evolves 3G 4G Today UMTS 384K HSDPA 1.8M HSPA 7.2M (planned for fall ) HSPA 3.6M Based on theoretical peak speeds. Actual speed experienced will be less. 2G and 3G not available everywhere. LTE 20-50M (planned for ) Future Deployment

19 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Mobility is about sharing and driving “real time” information to the edge of the enterprise - front line workers reaping the benefits of mobility. Wireless Applications Support Processes At the Edge Page 19

20 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Applications Will Redefine How We Work AT&T Mobile Applications Page 20 Vehicle Location/Fleet Executive Dashboards Machine-to- Machine Field Service Automation Location Aware Services Real time Transactions in the field Meta Searches Imaging and Video

21 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Government Intersection Point : Field Force & Fleet Mobilization

22 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Field Workers Mobilization Impact – Reduction of unnecessary driving: 25 miles saved per worker per day, in 100 workers creates savings of $300,000 in a year – Increase of productivity: Increasing only 15% on the productivity of 100 field workers that today take 4 jobs/cases per day allows the team to work on 13,000 additional jobs/cases per year. – Reduction of overtime: 100 field $25/overtime hour, 1 overtime hour saved per day represents $550,000 saved in a year – Paper elimination: Single paper form can cost an organization $30-$165 to use, process, file and retrieve*. Eliminating 100 forms a day, even at $10 per form per year, represents $250,000 per year in savings *Source: Gartner Group

23 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Driving Analysis and Training Idling Reductions Speeding Sharp Acceleration and Harsh Braking Over-revving Vehicle Compliance, Maintenance, Remote Smog Checks Monitor trouble codes, emissions control system, reduce wear and tear Going Green: CO2 Reductions and Offsets Fleet Utilization and Emergency Response Maximize # of trips/vehicle and services/trip; minimize cost/trip Method: analyze and re-sequence routes, re-assign deliveries, reduce vehicles or miles Personnel Management, Productivity, Paperwork Insurance Cost Savings Costs: You Can Only Manage What You Measure

24 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Sustainability Initiatives & SmartGrid Electric Gas Water All Resources

25 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Public Safety Examples Gunshot Detection & Dispatch Decoy Vehicle Rigged With Video Surveillance Equipment & Cellular Uplink Multi-Agency GPS Tracking Solutions Cellular Enabled Ankle Bracelet with GPS Sophisticated Alerting & Disaster Recovery Tools

26 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Wireless Today & Tomorrow Remote Patient Monitoring Wireless Video Surveillance Solar Monitoring Remote Machine Diagnostics Container Monitoring Today’s Depoyments Driven by cost reduction Very low data usage Wireless is a complement Today’s Depoyments Driven by cost reduction Very low data usage Wireless is a complement Tomorrow’s Wireless Deployment Broad functional use Wireless is integral part of solution Multi-country, evolving to global Tomorrow’s Wireless Deployment Broad functional use Wireless is integral part of solution Multi-country, evolving to global 26 Digital Signage Parking Callboxes

27 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Additional Governmental Application Areas

28 © 2009 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. Page 28 Look Around - Where Will You Apply Mobility? (c) 2008 AT&T Intellectual Property. All rights reserved. AT&T and the AT&T logo are trademarks of AT&T Intellectual Property.


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