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1 was only 5 years ago!

2 2 Example: Cornell Internet Usage by Protocol: Top 5 Protocols, Oct.-Dec FTP - Unix-style file transfer Gnutella - an older file-sharing protocol HTTP - World Wide Web KaZaA - currently popular file-sharing protocol NNTP - Usenet newsgroups

3 3 Business Trends in P2P Wireless Data Invested $billions in data networks & broadband pipes Major wireless carriers aggressively rolling out remote data access $12B market in 2006 User Demand to Data and Content is at the Core of These Growth Areas Convergence of 3 Technologies Represents Strategic Growth Opportunities Handheld Devices Rapid technology innovation Integrated voice and data devices Seeking innovative applications Broadband Revenue forecast to grow to $25 billion in 4 years. 20% annual growth in subscribers data sources: FCC Mobile Services Report, 7/17/2001 Yankee Group, 2002 in Cahners.com P2P Market Growth

4 My TV My MP3 My Watch My PDA My Stereo My Cell one gateway any device anywhere anytime MY GATEWAY My Phone My Laptop My Other PC My GPS

5 5 Claim1: data identity, association means My Music File q64qwcaz1eb3c2d45a21dr52t831a8te data identifier data association means Altnet claims the patent to this association

6 6 EL10 DL9 CL8 BL7 AL6 5L5 4L4 3L3 2L2 q64qwcaz1eb3c2d45 a21dr52t831a8te Location EDCBA Storage / System Device Claim2: (local) existence means Apparatus to determine existence of data item by Identifier at location Apparatus to access data item by its identifier at location Altnet claims patent to the means defined by this apparatus

7 7 Projections – Phase 3 The advent of ISP-based billing will radically change the way consumers consume music online -- They will be required to pay for downloads Traditional sales will never fully disappear because many will prefer not to interface with a computer or will want to buy special edition releases The new business model will yield market expansion greater than the traditional model – growing at a 9.9% GAGR over 4 years Massive Monetization of the P2P Channel

8 8 Piracy – False Economics and the TrueNames Patent …and now in 2007

9 9 Piracy is a Big Problem: is a big solution

10 10 I ncrease authorized transactions

11 11 Everybody wins when consumers pay!


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