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WiMAX Overview

November 14, 2006 Raimo Karhula

Clear Direction for Internet Communications Voice has gone mobile Internet communication is going mobile 2 © 2006 Nokia Company Confidential .

WLAN • New device categories like Nokia 770 Internet Tablet 3 © 2006 Nokia Company Confidential .Drivers for Broadband Radio Technologies • Broadband technologies improve… • Data speeds • Latency • Spectrum efficiency • Cost for providing multi-megabit connectivity driven by data centric devices • Consumer and enterprise demand for broadband wireless growing… • Rapid growth of Internet usage and applications • Success of laptops.

A -DO (rev.Broadband Wireless technology candidates CDMA EV-DO rev. B and C) HSPA+ I-HSPA WiMAX-2005 (Mobile) WiMAX-2004 (Fixed) WLAN ’11 ’06 ’07 ’08 ’09 ’10 HSPA GSM/WCDMA LTE 4 © 2006 Nokia Company Confidential .

VoIP • CPE (Ethernet. Internet • CPE (POTS. embedded DSL • DSL beyond copper reach • Mobility addition to DSL • Broadband Internet. fax.Mobile WiMAX use cases mobile WF Cov. USB emerging rural • Last mile access using DSL • Avoid unbundled line cost • Fixed phone.case) • Only radio standardized • Urban • BIG support. Term. WLAN) • Tablet. Serv. • Compete with mobile operators • Mobile voice and data • Handset. Bus. fully standardized © 2006 Nokia Company Confidential • Hot zones • Only radio standardized 5 . Ethernet) • Individual site (bus. Laptop.

I-HSPA and WiMAX positioning Value proposition Spectrum Technology Combined CS+ HSPA carriers Optimal voice + high quality mobile data I-HSPA Cheap “flat rate” access to Internet Do you have unused UTMS capacity for data use ? “yes” “no” WiMAX 6 © 2006 Nokia Company Confidential .3G.

Positioning of WLAN and WiMAX • WiMAX is… • natural range extension for WLAN • natural backhaul for WLAN • WLAN will continue to exist and evolve • Complementing 2G & 3G • Complementing WiMAX • Data and voice Indoor coverage will need WLAN also in the future 7 © 2006 Nokia Company Confidential .

up to 15 – 30 MHz • Typical cell ranges @ 2.5 km.5 GHz (licensed) TDD and FDD • Amount of spectrum recommended: • Min.5 / 2. 4 Mbps UL per sector for 10 MHz carrier/sector • Theoretical max peak rate: 70 Mbps in case of 20 MHz carrier used • Network architecture: • Flat.6 GHz (licensed) TDD • 3.Nokia Mobile WiMAX Quick Overview • WiMAX system • With various carrier bandwidth and frequency re-use options • Frequency bands for WiMAX: • 2. 10 MHz. IP based 8 © 2006 Nokia Company Confidential . for suburban and urban with indoor coverage • Estimated average aggregated data rates: • 13 Mbps DL.5 GHz: • 500 m – 1.

Nokia provides a true WiMAX end-to-end solution Services Network Design Solution Telecom Implementation / Turnkey Solution Care Solution / SWM Solution Hardware Services Solution Competence Development Solution Nokia Flexi WiMAX BTS Radio access Nokia ASN Gateway Operations Support Solution Integrated Provisioning solution Network Optimization Solution Nokia Flexi ISN/ Mobile IP Home Agent Security 3GPP core network AAA Nokia IMS Managed Services Nokia NetAct OSS Nokia Integrated Provisioning Hosting Solutions New Service Creation Solution Devices Market leader in terminals World's first Internet Tablet Nokia actively working with application providers 9 © 2006 Nokia Company Confidential .

16e-2005 Commercially available Mid 2007 802.16e-2005 Nokia lab prototype working End 2007 802.16e-2005 Nokia product selected pilots 10 © 2006 Nokia Company Confidential .WiMAX by Nokia – Availability 2Q 2006 802.

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