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October 1, 2008 1 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Agenda Introduction Emi Igarashi Fujitsu and WiMAX Keith Horn Fujitsu WiMAX Business Update George Wu Fujitsu Femto Chip Announcement Dean Chang CISCO WiMAX Business Overview Roger Dorf Closing and Q&As Keith Horn October 1, 2008 2 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Welcome Fujitsu and WiMAX Keith Horn Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. Our Ubiquity Vision – Communication on-the-go October 1, 2008 4 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Fujitsu at a Glance ƒ Headquarters: Tokyo, Japan ƒ President: Kuniaki Nozoe ƒ Established: June 1935 ƒ Revenue: 5,330.9 billion yen (US$ 53.3 billion) ƒ Net Income: 48.1 billion yen (US$ 481 million) ƒ R&D Expenditure: 258.7 billion yen (US$ 2.59 billion) ƒ Employees: 167,000 (as Group, 100,000 Japan and 67,000 overseas) ƒ Principal Business Technology Solutions, Ubiquitous Product Solutions, Areas: Device Solutions ƒ Stock Exchange Tokyo (Code: 6702), Osaka, Nagoya, Listings: Frankfurt, London, Swiss Other Operations Technology Solutions New Newcompany companywaswas established on established on Device Solutions 9.1% March March21, 21,2008 2008 13.8% Ubiquitous 56.6% Product 20.5% Solutions < FY 2007 Revenue by Business Segment > Note: Consolidated net sales, net income and R&D expenditure for fiscal year end March 31, 2008. US$1 = ¥100. WW employees as of March 31, 2008. Consolidated net sales by business segment include Inter-segment sales. October 1, 2008 5 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Fujitsu Microelectronics Limited at a Glance Corporate Name FUJITSU MICROELECTRONICS LIMITED (FML) Business Design, manufacturing and sales of LSI products Headquarters Shinjuku Daiichi Seimei Bldg., 2-7-1 Nishi-Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan Haruki Okada, President Representatives Shigeru Fujii, Corporate Senior Executive Vice President Capital 60 billion JPY (US$ 600 million) 6,800 as FML, 13,500 consolidated except for NFMC (as of Employees March 2008) Date of March 21, 2008 Establishment Shareholders Fujitsu Limited (Tokyo Stock Exchange 6702), 100% shareholder Fiscal Year April 1 to March 31 October 1, 2008 6 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 WiMAX Forum – Steady Growth Currently more than 500 member companies and growing Carriers Systems/Equipment WiMAX Forum Makers Semiconductor + More Vendors + More + More October 1, 2008 7 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 WiMAX SoC Solution – Key Ecosystem Driving Factor System Makers Base Stations Subscriber Stations Co Subscriber Stations ent m st age O g pt En im M iz OE at io OEM n ODM (Original Equipment (Original Design Manufacturers) Fujitsu & Component Manufacturers) Vendors Subscriber Stations Cost Optimization October 1, 2008 8 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Fujitsu – A Total System-on-Chip (SoC) Solution Provider WiMAX CPE pBS WiMAX uBS Phone PDA fBS USB Dongle mBS PC Card pBS October 1, 2008 9 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Fujitsu – Taiwan III (Fujitsu Microelectronics Platform Inc.) ƒ Fujitsu Microelectronics Platform Inc. ƒ Fujitsu Limited and the Institute for Information Industry (III) of Taiwan established a new company in Taiwan in March 2008 ƒ To develop application platforms and provide engineering support based on WiMAX technology from Fujitsu and III ƒ Poised to significantly contribute to the development of WiMAX in Taiwan October 1, 2008 10 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Fujitsu – WiMAX Leadership ƒ Pioneer in the WiMAX industry and instrumental in the evangelism ® of the WiMAX Forum ƒ A driving force behind emerging broadband wireless standards (WiMAX/802.16 – from "d" to "e" to "j" / "m") ƒ Actively participating in 802.16e IOT activities with a number of base station vendors ƒ Aggressively pursuing Wave 2 certification ƒ Building and feeding a worldwide ecosystem ƒ Global application engineering team to provide expedient, professional support ƒ Committed to developing advanced silicon solutions for the broadband wireless industry using industry-leading process and packaging technology October 1, 2008 11 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Why Fujitsu – Differentiators ƒ Commanding the total value chain ƒ Network Infrastructure ÅÆ Devices ÅÆ Semiconductors ƒ Leading advocate for beamforming technology ƒ An end-end system semiconductor company with: ƒ First-pass, multimillion-gate, mixed-signal chip design success ƒ Commercially proven nano technology ƒ Vertically integrated manufacturing capability ƒ Global application engineering support team October 1, 2008 12 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Fujitsu – CISCO ƒ Demonstrated the industry’s first interoperability using beamformed Mobile WiMAX (joint announcement on September 12, 2007) ƒ Performed interoperability using beamformed Mobile WiMAX successfully tested at the plugfest in Taipei the week of October 15, 2007 October 1, 2008 13 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 WiMAX Business Overview Roger Dorf CISCO Systems Fujitsu WiMAX Business Update George Wu Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. WiMAX SoC Roadmap 3rd Gen BB SoC ƒ Wireless convergence ƒ Extremely low power and Fixed WiMAX SoC small footprint ƒ Same SoC for BS & CPE ƒ First certified BS with SoC 2nd Gen BB SoC ƒ Optimized for mobile multimedia terminals ƒ Low power 1st Gen BB SoC ƒ Mobile WiMAX-compliant (for Wave 2 with MIMO/ beamforming) ƒ Full reference design 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 October 1, 2008 16 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Fujitsu Mobile WiMAX BS SoC Differentiators ƒ Highly scalable ƒ From femto to pico to micro BS solutions Outdoor Pico Indoor Pico Femto ƒ Market-competitive BOM for femto base station ƒ Support for enhanced features ƒ Self-organizing network (SON) ƒ IPSec ƒ Location ID October 1, 2008 17 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Mobile SoC Roadmap/Target Applications 90nm 65nm Demo FPGA Board System USB 45nm Dongl New demand Volume business Market entry e creation acceleration 32nm Limited MIMO Embedded Cellular Multi-mode RF+SDR Function Full Mobility Use Convergent SDR Combined FPGA 16e 16e 16e 16e 16e 16e 16e #0 #1 #2A #3 #4 #5 #6 16e Multi Band #2C RF RF RF RF RF TEG #1 #2 #3 #4 2.5GHz 2.3/2.5/3.5GHz Multi-Band Multi-Band 5/10MHz 3.5/5/7/10/20MHz Low-Cost Other Band? MIMO-based PA PA #1 #2 Single-Band Multi-Band CY06 CY07 CY08 CY09 CY10 CY11 CY12 October 1, 2008 18 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Mobile WiMAX SoC – Key Features ƒ Highly integrated OFDMA PHY and MAC baseband SoC ƒ Low power consumption ƒ Small size/footprint ƒ First to implement beamforming and 2x2 MIMO ƒ Support for Windows XP and Linux OS ƒ Assured supply ƒ Comprehensive, long-term product roadmap October 1, 2008 19 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Overview of 16e #1 Goal: First-pass Wave 2 certified Target regions: Worldwide Target applications: PC Card, USB dongle, CPE modem, STB 16e#1 BB SoC overview ƒ Fully compliant with the IEEE 802.16e-2005 Mobile WiMAX standard ƒ Highly integrated, scalable, 1024 FFT OFDMA PHY and full MAC processors ƒ Adaptive modulation schemes including 64QAM, 16QAM and QPSK ƒ Host interface for USB2.0 and CardBus ƒ Supporting 2x2 MIMO and beamforming ƒ 90nm with low-leakage process technology ƒ Small-footprint FBGA 600-pin package (16mm x 16mm) ƒ Performance: 18Mbps SISO, up to 36 Mbps MIMO ƒ Power consumption: 240mW @ 18Mbps, less than 10mW in sleep mode October 1, 2008 20 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 First-Generation BB SoC Overview System Design Kit (SDK) ƒ Fully compliant with the IEEE 802.16e-2005 standard ƒ Highly integrated, scalable,1024 FFT OFDMA PHY and full MAC processors ƒ Host interface for USB2.0 and CardBus ƒ Small-footprint FBGA package October 1, 2008 21 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 First-Generation RF Module Features ƒ Downlink MIMO for mobile applications ƒ Fully integrated TX and RX antenna switch, RF front end, transceiver LSI and VCTCXO ƒ Small package (15mm x 15mm x 1.5mm) ƒ Frequency range of 2.496 to 2.69GHz ƒ Supports BW of 5 and 10MHz ƒ 4-wire SPI ƒ Low noise and high linearity Small 94-pin package 15mm x 15mm x 1.5mm October 1, 2008 22 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Overview of 16e #2A Goal: Deliver the world’s smallest handset module Target regions: Worldwide Target applications: PDA, handy Internet terminal, PMP Target schedule: ES available and production in end of 2008 16e#2A module overview ƒ Low cost and fully compliant with the IEEE 802.16e-2005 Mobile WiMAX standard ƒ Small form-factor handset module (15mm x 15mm x 1.5mm) ƒ RF, BB, PMM, PA, Flash, SDRAM and all passive components included ƒ Built-in LMAC/UMAC firmware ƒ Target profile: 2A/B/C (2.3GHz, 3.5/5/10MHz) 3A (2.5GHz, 5/10/20MHz) 5AL/BL/CL (3.5/5/7/10/20MHz) Baseband support for <1GHz RF ƒ Host interface: SPI, SDIO ƒ Target throughput: DL 20Mbps, UL 4Mbps October 1, 2008 23 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 #2A Module Snapshot ƒ Module size ƒ 15mm x 15mm = 225mm^2 RF ƒ Contents ƒ BB SoC+SDRAM BB (SIP) ƒ RF: Tri band (2.3/2.5/3.5GHz) ƒ PMM ƒ PA, switch and memories PA PA PMM October 1, 2008 24 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 #2A Chip Evaluation Kit PMM sub RF board BB(SIP) BB sub RF sub PA board board PA October 1, 2008 25 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 WiMAX World Demonstration – Booth #622 October 1, 2008 26 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Summary ƒ Fujitsu is a fully committed WiMAX SoC solution provider with: ƒ A robust and competitive roadmap ƒ A solid record of product and customer executions ƒ 1st WiMAX-certified BS using Fujitsu’s fixed WiMAX SoC ƒ 1st mobile WiMAX SoC to pass beamforming IOT with Cisco ƒ In-house engineering expertise that spans networking to system to semiconductors–a unique position that sets us apart from other WiMAX chipset providers October 1, 2008 27 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 WiMAX 802.16e Base Station SoC Dean Chang Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. Announcing ƒ Mobile WiMAX base station SoC ƒ Highly integrated solution with all MAC and PHY features required to support Mobile WiMAX Wave 2 ƒ Flexible enough to support the low-cost consumer requirements of femto, while being scalable to pico and micro base stations ƒ System manufacturers can leverage a single core solution across multiple small base station platforms October 1, 2008 29 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 The Need for a Small Base Station Two Primary Reasons ƒ Indoor Coverage ƒ In-building coverage is critical because 70% of cellular carrier (digital) traffic is indoors ƒ Poor coverage in the home is a major reason for wireless churn ƒ There is significant attenuation loss at 2.5GHz through exterior walls and/or buildings ƒ Capacity ƒ Internet traffic doubles every 12-15 months, even on mobile devices where applications such as IP TV and media downloads consume greater bandwidth ƒ Meeting the demand for high-speed access is difficult if signals are at lower modulation rates ƒ Small base stations add capacity at a lower cost than macro base stations October 1, 2008 30 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Flexible to Support Femto, Pico and Micro One Chip, Many WiMAX Base Stations Improved voice Lower cost for large and data in the home coverage areas Voice and data in large offices and public places Shadow areas behind buildings or hills October 1, 2008 31 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Value Proposition Fujitsu can provide end-to-end expertise and solutions from silicon up to the network level Fujitsu Fujitsu Fujitsu Fujitsu Labs RAN and Core SoC Femto Solution (SoN Solution) Network Solution* Semiconductor Design and Manufacturing Systems Developer Network Solutions Research Active in WiMAX Forum SPWG Network femto activities as well as IEEE 802.16 standards Integrator * Other network integrators could be also considered October 1, 2008 32 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Fujitsu Sales Strategy System Mfg Micro Femto Chipset Reference Kit Pico Femto Service Fujitsu End User Provider Partnership Service Fujitsu is working with top-tier service providers and system manufacturers throughout the world Operator Manufacturer LSI (Chip set) Vendor End User October 1, 2008 33 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Fujitsu Base Station SoC Features ƒ On-chip processing handles all femto software requirements with room to grow into new applications ƒ Supports up to 10 users with 7 simultaneous flows each ƒ External interfaces to additional processors to scale to high- performance pico and macro base station requirements ƒ Enhanced support for SON (Self-Organizing Network) ƒ Indoor/outdoor location ID ready ƒ Network synchronization timing solutions (GPS/IEEE 1588v2) ƒ Low power consumption with advanced 65nm technology ƒ Flexible interfaces to various RF options and frequency bands October 1, 2008 34 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Summary ƒ Innovative base station SoC architecture capable of supporting the femto cost structure and scalable to pico and micro offerings System ƒ Delivering complete end-to-end base Software Fujitsu + Systems Mfg station solutions ƒ Silicon ÅÆ System ÅÆ Network WiMAX Base Reference ƒ Right market timing as small base Development Fujitsu Station Kit station market begins to grow ƒ WiMAX leader with multiple PHY/MAC/SoC Fujitsu generations of semiconductor solutions and a competitive 4G roadmap October 1, 2008 35 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Closing / Q&As Keith Horn October 1, 2008 36 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008 Summary: Why Fujitsu ƒ The "right" WiMAX partner with a long history of leadership in the industry ƒ An end-to-end total solutions provider that commands the total value chain ƒ Introducing 802.16e base station SoC for improved coverage Visit us at booth #622 October 1, 2008 37 © Fujitsu Microelectronics America, Inc. 2008