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Vsat day-2008-hughes

  1. 1. HUGHES PROPRIETARY SPACEWAY TM Overview May-2008
  2. 2. HUGHES PROPRIETARY Favorable Industry Trends Significant growth expected in the IP VPN market Hughes is a leading provider of IP VPNs and managed networks Differentiated value proposition – combining the best of satellite and terrestrial broadband Industry recognition: – 2007 “North American Retail Market Penetration Leadership Award” – Frost & Sullivan – 2007 “North American Space & Communications Company of the Year” – Frost & Sullivan – Ranked as one of North America’s largest providers of managed network services by the Yankee Group, 2006 0 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 900 1,000 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 Thousands IP VPN portsSource: Vertical Systems Group - ENS
  3. 3. HUGHES PROPRIETARY Hughes Broadband Consumer Broadband Internet access service for those overlooked by cable/DSL More than 400,000 consumer subs at end of 1Q08 Activating ~12,000 subs per month with controlled marketing expenditure* Key business characteristics – Great synergy with enterprise business on platform, space segment, back office support (thus sharing costs) – Includes residential and small business users Broadband Internet access service for those overlooked by cable/DSL More than 400,000 consumer subs at end of 1Q08 Activating ~12,000 subs per month with controlled marketing expenditure* Key business characteristics – Great synergy with enterprise business on platform, space segment, back office support (thus sharing costs) – Includes residential and small business users Consumer Density by ZIP Code All 50 states and Canada More than 26,000 ZIPs Current Subscriber Base Profitable Generating positive cash since 2004 *(during first half of 2007)
  4. 4. HUGHES PROPRIETARY Penetration of Households % % % % % % 0 10 20 30 40 50 60% MiddleEast andAfrica LatinAmerica Eastern Europe Asia/Pacific andJapan Western Europe North America 2005 2010 Worldwide Penetration, 2005 Worldwide Penetration, 2010 Source:Gartner Dataquest (November2006) Broadband Penetration of Households by Region, 2005 and 2010 Primary Market Drivers Dial up can’t handle rich web content Home workers and professional users requiring internet access for business First time internet users by-passing dial up
  5. 5. HUGHES PROPRIETARY SPACEWAY Overview First full mesh commercial satellite system – 10 Gigabits/second capacity – Core IP VPN service plans and Bandwidth-on-demand First full mesh commercial satellite system – 10 Gigabits/second capacity – Core IP VPN service plans and Bandwidth-on-demand Uplink speeds – 2 Mbps – N x 16 Mbps Downlink carrier speeds: – 440 Mbps On-board packet replicator Uplink speeds – 2 Mbps – N x 16 Mbps Downlink carrier speeds: – 440 Mbps On-board packet replicator Need picture 1.2k 9.8k 18.1k 25.7k 31.5k 12.4k 5.6k 3.6k 9.7k 61.1k 70.0k 36.7k 44.6k 49.2k 70.8k 16.8k 12.9k 13.3k 32.6k 14.6k 19.8k 37.9k 28.1k 80.2k 72.0k 65.0k 87.2k 91.7k 102.2k 28.3k 60.8k 41.5k 37.9k 25.7k 34.5k 13.6k 36.5k 50.3k 65.0k 69.1k 89.1k 80.2k 84.6k 122.7k 23.8k 39.0k 59.5k 8.5k 12.6k 14.8k 56.4k 20.4k 38.7k 81.1k 83.9k 116.4k 115.5k 97.7k 99.6k 41.0k 43.9k 8.4k 29.7k 46.9k 21.0k 37.7k 18.4k 68.1k 103.7k 136.9k 85.2k 92.5k 44.8k 138.6k 115.2k 59.2k 49.0k 28.5k 21.5k 21.2k 20.4k 25.7k 93.1k 115.3k 83.4k 37.5k .0k 2.1k 24.9k 26.8k .6k 16.7k 20.2k 14.8k 6.2k 5.8k 16.0k 19.8k 18.4k .2k .0k Satellite Flexible Capacity Allocation Base Capabilities Key Attributes
  6. 6. HUGHES PROPRIETARY The Role of Satellite in Today’s Broadband World MPLS: – Replacing frame relay – Pushed by telcos as they migrate to IP infrastructure – QOS, Mesh, typically fractional T1 access – Relatively expensive DSL – Coverage varies between 50% and 85% of enterprise locations – Performance dependent on location – No QoS/SLAs – Needs VPN for networking Cable – More limited coverage than DSL – No QoS/SLAs WiMax – Underdeployed – Will compete primarily with DSL Performance: – High Throughputs (2Mbps+) SLAs: – Full managed network – Performance and network SLAs MPLS Like QoS – Full Mesh small dish to small dish – Classifier to allow service differentiation – Multiple service plans from a single terminal – Bandwidth on demand capability and billing – Low jitter services Roles: – Primary networking: ▪ Full mesh with additional service plan overlays and on demand bandwidth ▪ Ideal for small networks as well as large – MPLS network integration ▪ Integrates with MPLS backbone ▪ More bandwidth and availability than typical MPLS network (using HAN configuration) ▪ Lower cost than MPLS ▪ Additional service overlay (e.g. internet access/teleconferencing) – Backup networking ▪ Overlay of terrestrial network infrastructure with high speed and on demand bandwidth ▪ High capacity trunking and back up Terrestrial Broadband Spaceway
  7. 7. HUGHES PROPRIETARY SPACEWAY Service Capabilities Data Ctr NOC Data Ctr NOC Normal Priority Data High Priority Data Constant Rate Low Vol. Low Latency IP/MPLS/ Internet Current Systems Spaceway System High data rates: – 512 kbps, 2 Mbps, 16 Mbps and nx16 Mbps upstream – 440 Mbps downstream Flexible connectivity: – Full-mesh or star topologies – Broadcast and multicast Small dishes High capacity: – Each satellite supports 10 Gbps, equivalent to 6,500 T1 SPACEWAY Highlights:
  8. 8. HUGHES PROPRIETARY SPACEWAY System Summary Uplink: 29.5-30.0 GHz Downlink: 19.7-20.2 GHz 512 Kbps, 2.048 Mbps or 16.384 Mbps burst rate 225 demod capacity @ 51 Mbps Total Raw Capacity = 11.47 GPS FDMA TDMA Uplink TDM Downlink 24 hopping beams with one carrier each @ 440 Mbps burst rate Total Raw Capacity = 10.44 GPS • Switches uplink packets onto destination downlink beams • Dynamically assigns uplink bandwidth launch • Fully configurable in-orbit Payload Ka Band
  9. 9. HUGHES PROPRIETARY SPACEWAY Switching Uplink Downlink Approx. 200 miles Characteristics: – 112 uplink cells with a transmission throughput of 1-8 x 50 Mbps. – 7 x 112 downlink micro-cells with up to 24 simultaneous transmissions at 440 Mbps – Cell diameter is about 200 miles. SPACEWAY packets received on one Uplink Cell can be transmitted to any other Downlink Cell
  10. 10. HUGHES PROPRIETARY SPACEWAY Based VPN Services VPN a VPN n Customer A Data Center 2 Mbps Internet High Priority Intranet traffic Normal Priority Internet traffic Constant Bit Rate Video Traffic Mechanisms to create virtual private networks within SPACEWAY. Four end-end classes of service to support multiple traffic classes. Hughes’ Optimized VPN and High Availability VPNs strengthened with SPACEWAY’s capabilities. Enterprises can subscribe to networking service and add optional services, such as Internet access. Service delivery systems for scalable deployment of small networks. Mechanisms to create virtual private networks within SPACEWAY. Four end-end classes of service to support multiple traffic classes. Hughes’ Optimized VPN and High Availability VPNs strengthened with SPACEWAY’s capabilities. Enterprises can subscribe to networking service and add optional services, such as Internet access. Service delivery systems for scalable deployment of small networks. Landline Broadband MPLS
  11. 11. HUGHES PROPRIETARY SPACEWAY Classes of Service Unspecified Bit Rate Available Bit Rate Expedited, low rate Constant Rate or Variable Rate-Real Time Service Type Best effort; default class; uses bandwidth only as required Spaceway low priority volume on-demand services Email, FTP, Bulk Transfer 4 Uses bandwidth only as required; more stringent latency characteristics than best effort Spaceway high priority volume on-demand services Time sensitive or mission critical bursty applications 3 Provides a lower latency, policed against a low offered rate Contention Channels Point of Sale, Real- time database queries 2 Provides a guaranteed rate (CR) or guaranteed minimum rate (VR) at a minimum latency and packet loss rate Spaceway Connections and Rate Uplink Packet Service Videoconferencing1 DescriptionSpaceway Services Used ExamplesPriority (Class of Service)
  12. 12. HUGHES PROPRIETARY SPACEWAY Enterprise Services Enterprise grade Internet access service. Service plans up to 2 Mbps/5 Mbps. Any-any connection oriented service up to 2 Mbps, using SPACEWAY’s highest COS. Billing plans to support on-demand/occasional use functionality. VPN Services, with support for star and mesh topologies. Data rates up to 2 Mbps for small sites, and 16 Mbps for large sites. Billing plans to support primary networking as well as access continuity applications. Description DSL, cable Private Lines, PRI Frame Relay, IP-VPN Terrestrial Service Business Internet Access Constant Rate Networking Services Service Services can be layered to offer more flexibility
  13. 13. HUGHES PROPRIETARY SPACEWAY CPE Family 3.5m tracking Up to nX50 Mbps nX16 MbpsLarge sites, data centersHG900 Branch offices, small business Residential/telecommuter Usage 98cm, 1.2m, 1.8m Up to 30 Mbps2 MbpsHN9800 74cmUp to 30 Mbps512kbpsHN9000 AntennaDownlinkUplinkModel
  14. 14. HUGHES PROPRIETARY HN9800 Platform One 10/100 Ethernet LAN port – 2nd port support (future) Connectivity – Mesh (any-any) support – CoS Support – Remote site and gateway configurations Performance Enhancements – Data Prioritization – Integrated TCP Acceleration – Web Page Acceleration – Data Compression – SSL Acceleration (future) Router Functionality – DHCP Server/Relay – Network Address Translation – RIP v1, RIP v2 Integrated Dial Backup Modem Integrated Data Encryption Key Features
  15. 15. HUGHES PROPRIETARY Obrigado! Marcelo C. de Rezende marketing@hughes.com.br 11 3818-7500

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