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Evolution Series Long Haul

Designed for easy migration to all-IP
Long distance high capacity system
15.07.2011

Largest specialist
Unique expertise in Long Haul
Trusted solution

• Unique expertise – SDH Long Haul since 1993
• Over 60,000 units installed base
• Holistic approach to network design

• Turnkey specialists

Where knowledge and experience matter

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Market share : Total Trunk Radio
Trunk Radio Market Share: Transceivers
Rolling 4Q 2Q10-1Q11

Ceragon is the 3rd
largest vendor in
the total trunk radio
segment!

Proxim
1%

Others
5%
Fujitsu
6%

NSN
6%

Alcatel-Lucent
27%

Aviat Networks
13%

NEC
16%

Ericsson
13%

Ceragon
13%

Source: SLR Microwave PTP Market Share Report 1Q 2011

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utilities and defense sectors 4 Proprietary and Confidential .000 units installed base in mobile. with over 60. offshore.Long Haul deliveries – major customer wins Ceragon .a leading specialist in the LH market.

Evolution IP Long Haul High Capacity Multicarrier 8+0 High Spectral Efficiency Low Power Consumption ACM/512 QAM/XPIC ~70W per carrier Risk-free Migration Unique Configurations From TDM to all-IP using the same platfom LH split-mount and all-indoor 5 Proprietary and Confidential .

All-IP Long Haul – field proven. up to 2 Gb. Provides native support for both SDH/SONET and Ethernet transport.000 per site per year • Flexible deployment options All-indoor and unique long haul split-mount Product available today First vendor in the industry to ship and deploy all-IP long haul systems 6 Proprietary and Confidential . • Lowest power consumption in the market ~70W per carrier . field-proven Successfully deployed to provide migration from legacy to all-packet. aggregating up to 8 carriers • High spectral efficiency High modulation 512 QAM with ACM and XPIC • Designed for migration.energy savings of up to $8. available today • High capacity Unique multicarrier ABC.

Any network – Easy migration to all-IP From TDM to all-Packet. no need for external TDM crossconnect or Ethernet switches Hybrid (TDM. Ethernet) All Packet SDH/SONET • STM-1/OC-3 and STM-4/OC-12 interface • Native Ethernet up to 2 Gb/s per Link • N+1 protection switching (N≤7) • Multicarrier ABC (Adaptive Bandwidth Control) and ACM • Embedded ADM mux / X-connect • L2 switch with carrier Ethernet features • Ethernet over SDH/SONET • TDM transport • Ethernet and TDM X-connect 8 Proprietary and Confidential .

40 and unique 56 MHz • Transceiver convers complete frequency band – single spare! 9 Proprietary and Confidential .Evolution Transceiver Designed to ease migration and reduce OPEX • Same unit for All-Indoor. Split Mount and all-outdoor configurations • Same unit for SDH. hybrid and all-IP • 28.

Baseband – modular and scalable Enables single-step migration • SW-package defines Native Ethernet or SDH/SONET transport • Plug-in Units – replace SDH unit with Native Ethernet unit to enable all-IP • 2 carriers per each Universal IFU • IFUs connected via back-panel • XPIC interconnection for Co-channel operation Native Ethernet & TDM interfaces Ethernet 25xE1 STM-1 (channelized) SDH/SONET main interfaces SU Controller 10 STM-1 STM-4 Ethernet Proprietary and Confidential DXC 25xE1 3XE3 .

2 and 4 IFU variants Proprietary and Confidential .Large System IFU Connectors for rear panel • Larger IFU systems for: • Traffic Node with traffic L2 switch and TDM x-connect function • Multicarrier ABC for Native Ethernet • RPS (n+1) bus for SDH/SONET • Easy implementation by frame with rear interconnection panel IFUs are mounted into frame PCB rear panel mounted within the frame.

Migrate from SDH/SONET to IP Flexible migration 12 Proprietary and Confidential .

Mixed system – easy migration STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 ABC ABC A B 7AC 6 +5B +3+C 1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 1 + 1 1 SU STM-1 5+1 7+1 0 3+1 6+1 Ethernet 2+0 1+0 8+0 4+0 13 Proprietary and Confidential Ch24 Ch 1 Ch 7 8 Ch 3 1 Ch Ch 6 7 Ch 2 Ch Ch 5 6 Ch 4 1 Ch 5 Ch 3 4 Ch 2 3 Ch 2 Ch 1 1 1 Ch P Branching Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet Ethernet .

Indoor Split-mount • Easy maintenance • No tower climbing • 60% savings on installation material cost • Minimum cabling • Power savings • 12 dB improved system gain over cascaded couplers* • Less footprint 14 Proprietary and Confidential .Any configuration – All-indoor. all-outdoor Flexibility in configurations to suit your network and budget All . split-mount.

easy to install Branching and Radio Units Less Investment Baseband • • Baseband • • Large footprint Complex installation Less is 15 Proprietary and Confidential Small footprint – ¼ rack Easy installation . LH split-mount Smaller antenna Antenna Branching and Radio Units Waveguide expensive Less heat Coax cables – inexpensive.Ceragon LH all-indoor vs.

Less is 30% . Minimized OPEX. power and heat management • Allows for outdoor installation A typical site with 10 TRX: • saves 700 USD* per year in electricity cost • saves 350 liters of diesel per year • saves about 1 ton of CO2 emission per year For a solar powered site the difference in CAPEX is 22. price of 0.2 USD per kwh 18 Proprietary and Confidential .Lowest power consumption ~70W/channel Energy savings.cost of electricity.400 $ * for the avg.44% lower power consumption than competitors • Full output power with 70W per carrier for a complete system • Reduced OPEX .

~70W/channel Smart transceiver design • Direct RF modulation with adaptive power amplifier control • No FANs – convection cooling only Supply voltage Dissipated as Heat With dynamic biasing Transmitted Dissipated as Heat Without dynamic biasing Fixed supply voltage 19 Proprietary and Confidential Transmitted .Lowest power consumption .

Long Haul OPEX Reductions Total Annual saving of $19. * 20% lower power consumption system enables solar powered sites: $22.400 less in CAPEX 20 Proprietary and Confidential .676 Ceragon outdoor split-mount Typical Long Haul all-indoor all-indoor Typical all-indoor Ceragon LH all-indoor Ceragon LH split-mount Power consumption 800W 560W • • Direct electricity savings - 240W 240W HVAC power consumption 272W 190W 41W HVAC electricity savings - 82W 231W Total savings radio link - 322W (30% less) 471W (44% less) Total yearly electricity savings in USD* per site - 563 USD 826 USD Total savings per year of diesel fuel - 280 litres 413 litres 440W outdoor part 120W (serving baseband part only).

444 Mbps@256QAM Proprietary and Confidential 1 2 3 5 6 .370 Mbps@512QAM 56 MHz .250 Mbps@512QAM 40 MHz .High spectral efficiency Best value for money – unrivalled capacity per channel 28/30/40 MHz V • Flexible branching to meet RF spectrum 1 3 H congestion challenges 5 2 4 28/30/40 MHz • Adjacent channel operation • Efficient spectrum utilization with co-channel V 1 2 3 4 H configurations with XPIC 28/30/40 MHz • Unique 56/60 MHz option V 3+0 for transparent Gigabit Layer 1 H 1 3 5 2 4 6 • Common branching for SDH/SONET and IP/Ethernet 2 x 28/30 MHz • Unrivalled capacity per channel • • • 21 6 V H 28 MHz .

CO-channel operation with XPIC 22 Proprietary and Confidential .

ACM 23 Proprietary and Confidential . split-mount and alloutdoor installation types .all with the same hardware • Lowest power consumption on the market (~70 W) – patented technologies • Unrivalled capacity per channel • 155 (STM-1) • 250 Mbps@512QAM – 28 MHz BW • High system gain .in both SDH (105@28 MHz. ATPC. 108@40 MHz for 6 GHz ) and all-packet (104 for 6 GHz. 128 QAM@28 MHz) • Best spectrum utilization – technology to maximize capacity XPIC. MultiCarrier ABC. other competitors • The only product in its class to offer all-indoor.Evolution LH vs.

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Evolution IP Long Haul • Ethernet and TDM • Native Ethernet up to 2 Gb/s per Link with Multicarrier ABC (Adaptive Bandwidth Control) • • • • 1+0 to 8+0 and HSB configuration Embedded L2 switch Adaptive Coding and Modulation (ACM) TDM transport (E1/DS1) • STM-1/OC-3 and nxE1/nxT1 interface • “SNCP” ring protection • 75 E1s and 96DS1s per link • 1+1 protection of TDM • Ethernet and TDM X-connect. 4 directions 25 Proprietary and Confidential .

RSTP. LAG SFP Module Proprietary and Confidential . Provider VLAN Advanced QoS.Ethernet features .IP Long Haul • Ethernet Interface: • Mapping: • Throughput • Header optimizing: • Functionalities: 4 x 1000BASE-TX + 2 x SFP (6 ports) Synchronous Ethernet support Native mapping into radio frame Scalable up 440 Mb/s per XCVR L1 aggregation for up to 2 Gb/s throughput IFG & Preamble/SF removal VLAN (access/trunk/swap).

remove from “mapper” Capacity + Dynamic channel capacity Proprietary and Confidential .Multicarrier Adaptive Bandwidth Control (ABC) • Multicarrier ABC .effective technology for transporting packets over multiple • • • dynamic “links” Works on layer 1 and is independent of frame types and packet flows Automatically scales with available channels/links Aggregated payload (Layer2) up to 8 channels ~ 2 Gb/s Adaptive Channel Modulation Failure Degraded channel.

48 Gbps Ch4 8 4 9 5 1 4 Ch3 7 3 8 4 7 3 Ch2 6 2 7 3 6 2 Ch1 5 1 6 2 5 1 370Mbps@512QAM per carrier Incoming Packet Flow – GBE port P4 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P3 P3 P2 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P2 Outgoing Packet Flow – GBE port P1 P4 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P1 Bytes of P3 Proprietary and Confidential P3 P2 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P2 P1 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P1 . 1.Multicarrier ABC – traffic distribution 4x40 MHz: aggr.

1.25 Gbps Ch4 8 5 1 7 4 Ch3 7 4 9 6 3 Ch2 3 2 Ch1 6 2 8 5 1 370Mbps@512QAM per carrier Ch2: 143Mbps@16QAM Incoming Packet Flow – GBE port P4 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P3 P3 P2 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P2 Outgoing Packet Flow – GBE port P1 Low priority traffic 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 P4 P3 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P1 Bytes of P3 Proprietary and Confidential P2 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P2 .Multicarrier ABC + ACM: one degraded channel 4x40 MHz: aggr.

1.11 Gbps Ch4 6 3 9 6 3 Ch3 8 5 2 8 5 2 Ch2 7 4 1 7 4 1 Ch1 370Mbps@512QAM per carrier Incoming Packet Flow – GBE port P4 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P3 P3 P2 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P2 Outgoing Packet Flow – GBE port P1 Low priority traffic 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 P4 P3 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P1 Bytes of P3 Proprietary and Confidential P2 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 Bytes of P2 .Multicarrier ABC + ACM: channel failure 3x40 MHz: aggr.

Increased avalability with ABC+ACM+QoS protection SDH n+1 protection • One dedicated carrier for protection • May be used for low priority traffic • Scales in steps of complete 155 Mb/s Ch1 Ch2 Ch3 ChP Evolution Long Haul – all-packet with ABC+ACM+QoS protection • All carriers protect each other Increased • One pipe which scales flexibility • with ACM Improved availability • number of carriers Ch1 Higher aggregated capacity (all channels are used) Ch2 Ch3 Automatic scaling with failures or fading ChP 31 Proprietary and Confidential .

Increased Capacity and Availability • N+0 systems provides added capacity (+1) for 99+ % of the time • Graceful degradation versus p [%] Capacity vs. traffic busy hour 1e-10 • Link which is not fully utilized 1e-12 may operate without loss of traffic at lower modulation. 4+0 Native Eth 32 Proprietary and Confidential . cumulative probability 1 1e-2 More capacity 1e-4 hard threshold (STM-1 pipe) 1e-6 • Additional upside is non1e-8 correlation between multipath occurrence vs. Less outage N+1 SDH N+0 Native Ethernet 1e-14 150 300 450 600 750 Mb/s 4 carrier LH system – 6 GHz 45 km link – 2.4m antennas 3+1 SDH vs.

1 2.8 8+0 ABC 2.0 1.1 * Ethernet throughput with 64 byte packets Proprietary and Confidential .BWs) Packet Max throughput [Mbps] SDH MHz 28 40 56 MHz 4QAM 43 63 109 16QAM 104 143 32QAM 135 64QAM Mbps 28 40 56 32QAM - - 155 249 64QAM - 155 - 184 307 128QAM 155 - - 167 226 369 256QAM - - 311 128QAM 201 284 420 256QAM 230 324 444 512 QAM 250 370 - Aggregated throughput – packet [Gbps] MHz 28 40 56 4+0 ABC 1.Unrivalled capacity per channel Capacity*. Bandwidth & Modulation Matrix (ETSI .5 1.

Adaptive Modulation principle • • • • With adaptive modulation. the microwave link can scale down modulation under reduced conditions Acts “early” .before errors are introduced Protects long data flows for time-out. but with reduced speed Adaptive Modulation acts only about for one hour a year • The availability gain is depending on certain pre-conditions Proprietary and Confidential .

• Mixed Mode Queuing .Strict queues + two DWRR groups Proprietary and Confidential .An weighting is applied to the eight queues.GbE interface Selectable priority schemes (with 8 traffic queues) • • • • IP header DSCP/TOS VLAN (802.1p user priority) MPLS TC (formerly EXP) Port (Ethernet ingress ports) Classifier Priority queue 1-8 Scheduler Mixed ingress traffic Scheduling Modes • Strict Queuing .All top priority packets are send before next queue is served • Fair Queuing .Quality of Service (QoS) .

Synchronous Ethernet • Uses well proven synchronisation principles from the SDH networks • Timing information carried on the “physical media” • Timing quality unaffected by network load and packet delay variations • SSM (Sync Status Messages) are used to control timing loops • Evolution Series can handle Synchronous Ethernet . 2 Mb/s and STM-1 timing input and output SyncE SyncE 2MHz 2MHz 2Mb/s 2Mb/s STM-1 STM-1 eNodeB Proprietary and Confidential SDH/SONET IP/MPLS . 2 MHz.

XPAND IP Native Ethernet and protected TDM 37 Proprietary and Confidential .

Native Ethernet frame • Dynamic frame size • Can accomodate E1 frames • From 0 to 75xE1 • The mix of TDM and Ethernet is configurable 38 Proprietary and Confidential .

Mixed Ethernet and TDM traffic STM-1 TDM interface • Only VC-12 (E1s) will be trasferred from the STM-1 frame N O H Ethernet STM-1 STM -1 OH E1 (VC12) E1 (VC12 39 E1 (VC12 E1 (VC12 Proprietary and Confidential E1 E1 E1 E1 Ethernet .

4+0 terminal. Ethernet and TDM with 1+1 protection Proprietary and Confidential .

8+0 Long Haul – 28 and 40 MHz BW Link capacity .840 Gb/s .40 MHz channel 8x260 Mb/s = 2.56 MHz channel 4x450 Mb/s = 1.776 Gb/s Proprietary and Confidential .28 MHz channel 8x230 Mb/s = 1.080 Gb/s .

.. Gigabit Ethernet ports 42 TDM ports Proprietary and Confidential Ch3 Ch2 Ch1 Branching Branching Ch3 Ch4 .4+0 Add/drop repeater Ch4 Ch2 A B C A B C 1+1 Ch1 Ethernet switch 1+1 PXC E1/T1 SFP SFP .

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VC-3.STS-3.VC12.5 • 600 Mb/s link • Embedded ADM mux / X-connect • 63E1.SDH/SONET mode • STM-1/OC-3 and STM-4/OC-12 interface • Ethernet over SDH/SONET • Mapping into VC-4.84T1. STS1.VT1. 3xE3/DS3 • 7+1 Protection switching • 2x(7+1) system with XPIC • CCDP with XPIC • 2 Mb/s Ethernet Wayside 44 Proprietary and Confidential .

5. mixed traffic • STM-1/OC-3 • STM-4/OC-12 • Gigabit Ethernet • Flexible capacity with LCAS. 12xVC-3 4xVC-4 (600 Mb/s) • Common n+1 RPS Proprietary and Confidential . 64xVC12/VT1.SDH N+1 Terminal.

Ethernet over SDH/SONET • Standardised Mapping of Ethernet into VC-n containers • VC-4 containers can be mapped towards Radio or STM-1/OC-3 Line • LCAS XCVR SU 4xVC-4 mapper RIU XCVR B R A N C H I N G B R A N C H I N G XCVR XCVR RIU 1000BaseTX RIU 4xVC-4 mapper SU RIU GbE GbE SDH/SONET LIU 600 Mb/s LIU LIU STM-1/OC-3 STM-1/OC-3 Proprietary and Confidential LIU 600 Mb/s 1000BaseTX .

Integrated DXC n x 155 Mb/s n x 155 Mb/s (n-2)x155 Mb/s • • • • 2x155 Mb/s 4 way or 8 way DXC E1/T1. E3/DS3 Tributaries Mix of Ethernet and E1/E3 SNCP DXC 100xE1 64XT1 6xE3/DS3 Ethernet 48 Proprietary and Confidential .

SOH insert ch • Hitless switching system Alignment CH2 Alignment CH1 RIU XCVR RIU XCVR • DCC channel transmitted on Ch1 and ChP • SOH/POH Overhead traffic protected • E1/T1 Wayside 64 kb/s NOH DCC • 64 kb/s channels LPT CHP RIU TX Switch Tx RPS bus Rx RPS bus 3+1 Terminal XCVR • NOH 64 kb/s not protected • One Wayside channel per STM-1/OC-3 • 2Mb/s Ethernet wayside option or High Speed L2 management network Proprietary and Confidential .RPS – Radio Protection Switching Main ch. SOH insert ch Alignment RIU CH3 XCVR • Low Priority Traffic on Protection Channel available 64 kb/s NOH Main ch. SOH insert ch Main ch.

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Mixed system SDH and Native Ethernet on common brancing 51 Proprietary and Confidential .

Mixed system – easy migration Ethernet ABC Ch 6 Ch 5 6 + 1 6+1 Ethernet 1+0 52 Proprietary and Confidential Ch 3 Ch 2 Ch 1 Ch P SU STM-1 Ch 4 Branching STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 ST-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 Ch 1 .

Mixed system – easy migration Ethernet Ch2 ABC STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 STM-1 Ch 5 5 + 1 5+1 Ethernet 2+0 53 Proprietary and Confidential Ch 3 Ch 2 Ch 1 Ch P SU STM-1 Ch 4 Branching Ch 1 .

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NetMaster Network Management

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TMN model Make it to own a radio network Proprietary and Confidential . multi-platform Intuitive GUI and task oriented wizards Pay-as-You-Grow with flexible licensing Supports Evolution Series and IP-10 radio Fault management for a wide range of third-party SNMP devices Northbound Interface Service Management under development Business Management Service Management Network Management Element Management Network Elements ITU .NetMaster Features and Benefits • • • • • • • Field proven. scalable.

• Rich Client • Multiple platforms Database Server • Storage of all network and business data • Oracle. Application Server • Manages the interaction of all NetMaster system components. Scalable hardware.Flexible software. • Handles NE communication • Windows Server and Solaris Clients (GUI) • End-user application • Handles all user access to NetMaster. PostgreSQL Proprietary and Confidential .

Case Studies 60 .

3+1 split 140-10904-244 To be build Djarako new djarako Gouna Wani-Banda orange ca Ngaouyanga Ngao new spur hop Config 1+1 HSB 140-10906-74 To be build Lere 90% of the backbone – Evolution Ngaoundere CRTV Mah Nitob I Bamenda CRTV Bambili Hill Ndop Febadi new wadaC1 Ngaoundal Tibati CRTV Jakiri Gale Kaladi Febadi 034 Dobiri Rep Dobiri Bata Bankim OCM Magba Santa Camtel Bachou N`tai Alou Rep Alou ist ing 4+ sdh 0 rin Gado-Badzere Foumban Bamendjing ex Fontem Yoko 140-911-125 Koutaba Fosset g Ndokayo Bafoussam Bafoussan-Douala Config LH 1+1 140-10904-243 To be build Nguti Camtel Kurume Camtel South West Ring Config LH 2+0 140-10904-234 To be build Bongongo West sdh upgrade ??? Bana Bambit Kalong Formenky Hill Penja Banana plant Mengangme Ekombe Bonji Bokwango Ndji Camtel Bertoua CRTV Bouam tower Mbandjock Dimako Ondondo Buea Ezezang Souza Gare Bomono Gare Mutenguene Tiko Moliwe Bimbia Kie Village Brigaya Meba Camtel Ntui Camtel Bomana Ideneau Nanga Eboko Nguila ombessa Kombe Debunscha Bakingili Mokundangue Mbele Mbeke Yaounde-Bertoua Config 1+0 split 140-10905-92 To be build Nkongsamba Kumba Fiango Bekondo LP3 Proprietary and Confidential Mboulai Mayo Tolere 1 Pangari Kumbo Eyumodjock • • Soukounga I Deressalam Mayo darle new area Fundong Ekok Interfaces N+0/N+1 with E1 and STM-1 The customer migrates to all-IP Dibi Banyo Nkambe Camtel Wum Bafoussam-Douala Config 1+1>2+1 140-10904-239 To be build • Long Haul. All Indoor & Split Mount • 4+0/8+0/16+0 Configurations with STM-1 Bafoussam-Gale Config 3+0 split 140-10904-236 To be build North West Ring Config LH 1+0 140-10904-242 To be build Oku Maseja Ntui Afambassi Doume Ayos Sikum final Pouma Hospital Sombo Ebombe Ntoumba Nkoldong Mendong Maloun Atok Awae Ayoungom Mbankomo Yaounde MSC Akonolinga Mbalamayo Mbonguen Wacs backhaul Config LH 8+0 140-10908-72 To be build Nkoum St Sebastine Yassa MTN House Nkongmezap Fifinda Ebanga Ngoulou Ebouyie Kribi Ebolowa CRTV KeyOssi-Yaounde Config 1+1 split 140-10904-237 To be build Talla Kribi Nyazanga Akombikak Abang Minko'o Kye-Ossi Abong Mbang CRTV Yaounde-Gale Config 2+0>3+0 140-10904-235 To be build .Case Study MTN Cameroon MTN Cameroon • Over 4 million subscribers • Largest market share in Cameroon • Network coverage of more than 84% of Maltam Kousseri CRTV Damanga Zigague Waza Mora Rpt Makalingai Godola Katoual2 the population Misseguileo Garoua Plateau Garoua W/H Moutourwa Bidzar Camtel Garoua Plateau-Garoua WH Config 3+1 split 140-10906-72 To be build Figuil Djalingo Garoua Plateau Garoua W/H Garoua Camtel Ngong Gale-Kousseri Config.

Case Study Oi Brasil MW systems in 16 States in Brazil • SDH Backbones • ADSL Expansion • Satellite Replacements • 425 Links • > 2.000 TxRx • Survey • RF Planning • Installation Services • Spares Management • Training Proprietary and Confidential .

Case Study Serbia LTE All-IP Backbone 2010 • Swap of 5+1 Ericsson Marconi links with • • • • • Evolution LH IP with final capacity 8+0 n+0 links also in 15-38 GHz Total 258 links 5 years frame contract Evolution Series IP Long Haul Swap. Planning and I&C services Opportunities Proprietary and Confidential .

Dhiraagu Links over water: unmatched capacity vs hop length • Longest sea hop: Gadhdhoo . 6+1 Capacity Proprietary and Confidential .Case Study Maldives . LH 4+1.Fuva Mulaku • • 66 km from 120m towers at sea level – best capacity compared to competition 35 hops total Configurations: 7 GHz.

6L. 6U.Case Study Telefonica Venezuela . 8GHz • 6 hops over water total • Configurations: 1+1 Ethernet.Movistar Links over water: longest sea hop 172 km • Frequency bands used: 5GHz. 1+1/3+1/7+1 STM-1 Co-channel Proprietary and Confidential .

TampNet AS Infrastructure in the NorthSea Magnus Don Northeast N Snorre B Snorre TLP Murchison Eider Thistle A Visund Osprey Merlin Tern Statfjord C Dunlin A Hudson A Statfjord A N. Alwyn Ninian S Fibre Radio Links Possible newRadio Links Proprietary and Confidential Slide: TampNett To Oseberg . Cormorant Gullfaks C Hudson B Statfjord B U.W. Hutton Brent B Kvitebjørn Brent A Pelican Heather Ninian N Huldra Ninian C N.M.C. Gullfaks B To Kollsnes (shore ) Gullfaks A Brent D Cormorant A Brent C N.

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ACM. up to 56MHz • Best spectrum utilization – technology to maximize capacity XPIC. MultiCarrier ABC.reduced OPEX • Exceptional radio capabilities and network performance • Unrivalled capacity . 230 Mbps@256QAM. QoS 68 Proprietary and Confidential . high spectral efficiency • Wide channels support. high Tx power).155 (STM-1). Hybrid and All packet • Native SDH and native packet over the same multicarrier branching network • Embedded switch and X-connects • Easy migration to all-IP – single step upgrade procedure • Lowest power consumption on the market . 2 Gbps throughput • High system gain (low loss branching. split-mount and all-outdoor all with the same hardware • Designed for heterogeneous networks .Summary Unique Benefits • The only LH in the market with all-indoor.TDM.Evolution Long Haul . ATPC.

As Built Site folder Operate : • Full Training Program. Installation and Commissioning. Radio Design. S/W Updates. H/W Repair . Managed Services . Site Survey. Power Consumption. Expert on Site throughout initial operation. Review and Preventive Activities Proprietary and Confidential . Stock Management.Largest specialist Unique expertise in Long Haul Plan : • Network design. Advanced Replacements. Documentation . S/W Repair. Service design. Synchronization design. On Site Support. Project deployment plan Build: • Project Management. Rack Layout.Take part in Network operation Maintain: • 69 Remote Technical Support 24/7.

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