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1 5/3/20151 On-Demand Networks… Putting the Consumer In Control Ensuring Profitable Transition to the IP Era March 2005

2 The Story of C-COR… Influence Innovation Integrity … The Founders Era – Pioneering Communications Early leaders – John McLucas, Jim Palmer Community Engineering was first name, then C-COR Product innovations – first cable powering systems, use of integrated circuits, heat fins The Expansion Era – Exploring Communications Industry moves from rural to the cities Bandwidth expanded for new video services First with expanded warranty on amps Broadband LAN amps for Fortune 500 companies C-COR IPO, Nasdaq listing Totally Integrated Network Solutions The Digital Era – Advancing Communications New leadership – Dick Perry Shipped first fiber optic products Further bandwidth expansion – 1 GHz Global expansion – European products The Era of Integrity – Integrated Communications Current leadership – Dave Woodle New vision, new strategic plan 14 acquisitions in 6 years “One Solution for Network Integrity” Triple Play of Network Transport, Technical Services, and OSS Software

3 Forward (1953 – 1998) Over 50 years of experience in Broadband Networks Innovative Solutions through the decades –First cable powering –Cooling Fins –Integrated Circuits –First fiber optics products –Initial 1 GHz Rewriting the Book on C-COR

4 Chapter 1 (1998 – 2003) FY98FY04 Rewriting the Book on C-COR Defined and implemented four step plan for product diversification and global reach

5 Chapter 2 (2004) Rewriting the Book on C-COR Identified basic strategy to position C-COR for transition to IP services Obtained additional building blocks required for strategy Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products Optical Products RF Products RF Products Workforce Management International Footprint Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products IP Video Processing Content on Demand Service Activation Capacity Management PON GigE Transport Workforce Management International Footprint Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products PON GigE Transport Workforce Management International Footprint Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products Service Activation Capacity Management PON GigE Transport Workforce Management International Footprint Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products

6 Chapter 3 (2005 – 2010) Rewriting the Book on C-COR Task for the future: –Leverage C-COR’s legacy with a combination of new capabilities to satisfy emerging customer requirements and obtain shareholder return Global Expert Services Optical Packet Transport Comprehensive Broadband OSS IP Video Processing Balanced global customer base Diverse service provider solutions

7 5/3/20157 C-COR Overview Founded in 1953 Approximately 1,400 employees Traded on Nasdaq (1981) - CCBL Home page at Global HQ: State College, PA Installed product base – over $3 Billion Over 200 software systems deployed

8 5/3/20158 C-COR Vision Leading network operators through the transition to the on-demand IP era, C-COR leverages a dedicated global workforce that delivers complete, interoperable solutions for lowering risk, increasing profit and confidently managing change.

9 5/3/20159 Asia Middle East Canada South America USA Europe Australia Africa ARGENTINA BRAZIL SWEDEN LONDON UK ALMERE NETHERLANDS MADRID SPAIN HUNGARY MOSCOW RUSSIA KLAGENFURT AUSTRIA MAINZ GERMANY LISBON PORTUGAL WALLINGFORD CT (ACCESS & TRANSPORT HQ) TIJUANA MEXICO STATE COLLEGE, PA (CORP HQ) PLEASANTON CALIFORNIA TORONTO, ONTARIO CANADA NEW ZEALAND MELBOURNE AUSTRALIA HONG KONG TOKYO JAPAN INDIA SHANGHAI CHINA SINGAPORE Global Footprint SEOUL KOREA LOUVIERS FRANCE NORWAY U.A.E. BULGARIA SERBIA ROMANIA SLOVENIA POLAND SWITZERLAND KUWAIT C-COR Key Channel Partners BEIJING CHINA GUANGZHOU CHINA CHONGQING CHINA CHILE PUERTO RICO BAHAMAS MEXICO CHINA ISRAEL MONTREAL, QUEBEC CANADA PHILIPPINES INDONESIA MALAYSIA VIETNAM TAIWAN LAKEWOOD COLORADO (SERVICES HQ) BEAVERTON, OREGON (SOLUTIONS HQ)

10 5/3/ Global Customers

11 5/3/ Future Broadband Multi-media Market Broadband subscribers will require –On-Demand –Pay as you use –Integrated media –Flexibility, value Networks (infrastructure) and services (content) will be decoupled Optics will continue to move closer to the user in order to meet bandwidth demands Back office automation will be required Technology will be open, digital, IP based Worldwide digital TV household forecast Source: Strategy Analytics, 2004 CAGR : 27%

12 5/3/ The Consumer Is In Control Converged IP networks have forever altered our customer’s world and the consumer experience. Our customers are improving the way consumers work, communicate and enjoy entertainment. –What services they use: VOD, VoIP, HDTV, HSD, gaming, shopping, music –How they use the services: home and office networks, VPN, wireless –When they use the services: shop at midnight, family/colleagues day or night anywhere in the world, play games 24/7 –Where they use the service: at home, at work, when traveling

13 5/3/ C-COR Strategic Direction Leading the Profitable Transition to the IP Era... The Internet and converged IP networks have forever altered our customer’s world and the consumer experience Service providers must deliver new, cost-effective services that improve people’s ability to work, communicate and be entertained (high-speed data, voice over IP, on-demand video and more) C-COR is simplifying the operators’ transition by providing interoperable, IP-based solutions that help put consumers in control by: –Enabling with Infrastructure for high integrity –Facilitating with Global Expertise –Simplifying with Innovative OSS

14 5/3/ Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products Optical Products RF Products RF Products Workforce Management International Footprint Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products Strategic Plans Actions IP Video Processing Content on Demand Service Activation Capacity Management PON GigE Transport Workforce Management International Footprint Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products PON GigE Transport Workforce Management International Footprint Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products Service Activation Capacity Management PON GigE Transport Workforce Management International Footprint Tech Services Service Management S/W Optical Products RF Products 2004

15 5/3/ Enable … with quality infrastructure products for service integrity.

16 Dual 10Gig Peer to Peer EQ Shared HFC CMTS Edge QAM HFC RAP Centralized VOD server GE NPVRStorage VoIPGateway R ISP PSTN Router MPS Optimized Transport VOD Hot Video Cache & Ad insertion FE GE VOD NPVRStorage PLEXiS MFX Metro Ethernet Services CPE

17 5/3/ PLEXiS MFX Cost Effective, Flexible and High Capacity Medium Haul Optical Transport System for Cable MSOs. From 10G DWDM Metro to Scalable Layer 2 Switching at the Edge to CPE Devices. PLEXiS Product Line (Hardware) CPE 10G Tx/Rx/TxRx Chassis w/Linecards Optical Perf. Monitor Media Conv./Switch Tx/Rx/TxRx

18 5/3/ Facilitate … by applying influential global expertise.

19 5/3/ Global Expertise HE consolidation Design, install Activate, certify Document, train Integration Drafting Walkout Engineering consultation Strand digitizing Data archiving Design Service launch Operational outsourcing Ingress management Outside Plant Assurance

20 5/3/ Simplify … with innovative interoperable automation tools for sophisticated OSS.

21 5/3/ Content Distribution Management Asset Management Customer Billing Service Activation Network Health/Status Capacity Management Workforce Dispatch/Management Support/Tools Cable OSS Overview

22 5/3/ ContentNetworkCustomerWorkforce OSS Component Offerings Digital Advertising & On-Demand HSD & On Demand Capacity Management HFC Resources VoIP & HSD Activation Mobile Workforce

23 5/3/ –MetaServ Provides end-to-end, modular, scalable solution for subscriber and service creation, activation, and management Assures secure VoIP service with KDC product Offers tiered service creation with network modeling; centralized configuration tools for CSRs and network administrators Focuses on standards-based solutions; leader in VoIP standards; CableLabs resident engineer

24 5/3/ On Demand and Digital Advertising Solutions –10 years experience –Earliest VOD trials in 1994 –Acquired SkyConnect in 1999 Video On Demand Footprint –100+ cable and telco/IP markets –3.5 million digital subscribers –Hospitality market Digital Advertising Insertion Footprint –100+ cable markets – 17,700 cable TV channels in aggregate – 882 all digital cable channels Content Manager

25 5/3/ –Network Service Manager Provides proactive monitoring of entire HFC network (headend to customer premise) for video, data and voice service infrastructure Detects, correlates and predicts service impacting events Increases service availability to customers Reduces customer service calls Reduces truck rolls

26 5/3/ –Mobile Workforce Manager Provides global management for all customer and infrastructure related work order events Empowers the mobile workforce with real-time information and a paperless environment Allows real-time adjustment to customer priorities and impact scenarios Integrates seamlessly with enterprise systems

27 5/3/ C-COR 2010 Global Expert Services Optical Packet Transport Comprehensive Broadband OSS IP Video Processing Balanced global customer base Diverse service provider solutions

28 5/3/ C-COR Summary Global leader Ongoing innovation Visionary products Strong customer relationships Core competency in IP on-demand Early entry to OSS software solutions Dedicated to open standards HD, IP and On-demand services are future drivers for investment and contributions


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