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1 Alvarion Carrier Grade Wi-Fi Market & Industry Review Proprietary and Confidential
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3 Carrier Grade Wi-Fi Definition Delivers the Service End-users ExpectThe Service Provider PerspectiveScalable to million of usersLong range – less APs per sq-kmSmooth deployment and trouble-free operation (NMS)Open standards - Back office integrationThe User PerspectiveSeamless service (HS2.0 ready)QoSHigh capacitySecuredWe here about Carrier Grade Wi0Fi a lot. What is it?
4 Outdoor Wi-Fi - Positioning Map Alvarion is a Carrier Grade Wi-Fi Market LeaderGrowth, $1B Market in 1-2 yearsAltai, GoNet, BelAirAlvarion-WavionCiscoRuckusCellular OffloadingDirectCarrier Access ServiceMotorola$$ Per AccountSea portsMinesOil & gasHotelsCampusSafe CityAir portsCiscoMallsSPGTropos Firetide SkypilotUbiquitiHigh-end WISPsMikroTikDistributionLow-end WISPs
5 Mobile Broadband Traffic is Soaring Exponential Demand for Mobile Broadband TrafficAT&T: 8X increase in data traffic between coinciding with the launch of the iPhoneCisco: 26x growth between 2010 – 2015, 65% will be videoCapacity Inflation Point55
6 Wi-Fi Overtakes ALL IP Networks in 2015 Fastest Growth is with Mobile, yet Wi-Fi will Carry Most of The LoadMobile Traffic growth leads with 92% CAGR (Wired 24% CAGR, Wi-Fi 39% CAGR)The biggest driver for the global traffic growth will be videoMost of Wi-Fi data is Indoor (residential & Enterprise)The Death of Mobile? The Rise of Wi-Fi as a Viable Alternative to Mobile Cellular Networks , Cisco, November 2011
7 Wi-Fi is a User Driven Phenomena The User perspectiveLow cost, unlicensed band and interoperability propels adoptionWi-Fi-only tablets are hereApple: iPhone 4S owners use twice as much data as iPhone 4 users and three times as much data as iPhone 3G owners CNET Jan 2012Half of Smartphone usage is already on Wi-Fi Bango early 2011
8 Wi-Fi is Strategic to Cellular Operators The Service Provider perspectiveUbiquitous, low cost deploymentWi-Fi will offload ~ 60% of mobile data traffic by 2015 Juniper 4/2011:Hotspot number will grow from 1.3M in 2011 to 5.8M in 2015 Informa40 connections per sec. on AT&T Wi-Fi hot spot network on 3Q11302 million Wi-Fi connections on 3Q12, 3 times more than last year“47% of mobile operators: hotspots are crucial to enhance their customers’ experience” WBA Industry Report 2011Hot-zones in San-Francisco, London, Singapore, Seoul, Tokyo…AT&T paid $275 million in cash to acquire Wayport, a start-up that at the time had constructed a hotspot constellation of 8,000 locations.AT&T now has over 30,000 hotsports in airports, hotels, port arenas,
9 Wi-Fi Cellular Integration Standards 3GPP, IEEE, WFA, WBAWi-Fi integration with 3G – 2004 (3GPP I-WALN)Ahead of its timeSIM AuthenticationWi-Fi integration with LTE – 2010 (3GPP LTE EPC core)Common service deliveryWFA Hotspot Certification starts in mid 2012WBA and WFA initiativeANDSF - Access network discovery and selection functionWISPr - Wireless Internet Service Provider roaming
10 Wi-Fi is Strategic to Cellular Operators Backhauling & joint LTE / Wi-Fi nodesMicro cells backhaulSmall cells to drive over $1.5B in wireless BH by 2016 Mobile Experts, 10/201158% of outdoor small cells will be BH by wireless by 2016 ABI Research 9/2011Heterogeneous networks is the futureLTE + Wi-Fi micro cellsHeTNET
11 Wi-Fi is Strategic to Cellular Operators New Services OpportunityLocation based servicesAdvertisement, reminders, friends finder, emergency servicesWi-Fi will be used for Indoors and urban canyonsIndoor navigation – the leading app, hotAccuracy is the keyMalls, Airport terminals, large retail stores, campuses, museums…Managed Wi-Fi servicesBluetooth – NokiaWi-Fi and cellular signals – Microsoft, RIMQualcomm – sensors and Wi-Fi
12 Wi-Fi to Lead Location Solutions by 2015 Over a Billion Wi-Fi Location Based Devices by 2015Alternative Positioning Technologies , ABI, October 2010
13 The Outcome - Wi-Fi is Booming Over a billion Wi-Fi chipset shipment by 2012From 0.5 billon in 2009 to nearly 1.7 billion Wi-Fi enabled devices, in 2015Wi-Fi technology rapid development continues: Beamforming, Hotspot 2.0, ac, Wi-Fi direct, ad, aF…The White Space opportunityIn-Stat's September 2010
14 A few words about Private Networks Education – 300,000 K-12 schools in NAHospitality – “many hotels offer unreliable or outrageously expensive wireless Internet access” TechCrunchOil & Gas – Video Surveillance, VoIP, logistic area …Hekou OilDawn Lake HotelHeilongjiang DaqingGuangxi Qinzhou UniversityZunyi Government building
15 Summary Opportunities Come With Challenges Interference and low power regulation Alvarion Wi-Fi leadsService accessibility – complex today HS2.0Security SIM/Web authentication, AESCore integration AAA, tunnelingUnified user profileService continuityMobilityRoamingBusiness case profitability Lowest number of base stations per sq-km, reliable