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Published on March 10, 2009

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Pacific ICT Ministrial Forum Nuku’Alofa, Tonga February 17, 2009 O3b Network Proprietary

Problem Definition Submarine Fiber Network Source: Telegeography

Other 3 Billion People The developing world has a very limited supply of bandwidth connectivity 1 bln 200 mm 1.15 bln 500 mm 35 mm

About O3b Networks HQ in Jersey, Channel Islands U.S. offices in Denver, Colorado Spectrum managed through U.K. Ofcom Serving Other 3 Billions People in emerging and less developed economies Technical 4.3 GHz spectrum per satellite (20 x 216 MHz per beam) Up to 12 Gbps per satellite (20 x 600 Mb/s) Over 1920 transponder equivalents (36 MHz) of capacity available to lesser developed economies O3b Network Proprietary

HQ in Jersey, Channel Islands

U.S. offices in Denver, Colorado

Spectrum managed through U.K. Ofcom

Serving Other 3 Billions People in emerging and less developed economies

Technical

4.3 GHz spectrum per satellite (20 x 216 MHz per beam)

Up to 12 Gbps per satellite (20 x 600 Mb/s)

Over 1920 transponder equivalents (36 MHz) of capacity available to lesser developed economies

Manufactured byThales Alenia Space Partly based on Globalstar 2 heritage 12 steerable antennas: Each antenna can be individually controlled to point and track a ground terminal location (steerable +/- 26°) Bent-pipe No on-board processing or crosslinks Satellite Design O3b Network Proprietary

Manufactured byThales Alenia Space

Partly based on Globalstar 2 heritage

12 steerable antennas: Each antenna can be individually controlled to point and track a ground terminal location (steerable +/- 26°)

Bent-pipe

No on-board processing or crosslinks

Orbit at 8,063 Km 288 minute orbital period In-orbit redundancy 10 years minimum life time First 8 satellites to launch in Nov. 2010 via Sea Launch 2 nd , 3 rd launches in 2011 Satellite Design

Orbit at 8,063 Km

288 minute orbital period

In-orbit redundancy

10 years minimum life time

First 8 satellites to launch in Nov. 2010 via Sea Launch

2 nd , 3 rd launches in 2011

O3b Networks - Scalable Growth 16 satellites 40+ satellites

Beam Characteristics Coverage 45° N/S 2 beams for gateways 10 beams for remotes 80 remote beams per launch 1.2 Gbps per beam (600 Mb/s x 2) 96 Gbps available first launch Beam coverage: 500 Km Transponder: 216 MHz Ka-band Downlink: 17.8 GHz – 18.6 GHz /18.8 GHz – 19.3 GHz Uplink: 27.6 GHz – 28.4 GHz/28.6 GHz – 29.1 GHz O3b Network Proprietary

Coverage 45° N/S

2 beams for gateways

10 beams for remotes

80 remote beams per launch

1.2 Gbps per beam (600 Mb/s x 2)

96 Gbps available first launch

Beam coverage: 500 Km

Transponder: 216 MHz

Ka-band

Downlink: 17.8 GHz – 18.6 GHz /18.8 GHz – 19.3 GHz

Uplink: 27.6 GHz – 28.4 GHz/28.6 GHz – 29.1 GHz

O3b Networks Customers and Opportunities 4 Satellite Coverage 5 Satellite Coverage 6-8 Satellite Coverage

Frequency Non-interfering with GEO’s UK Ofcom / ITU priorities on Ka Few large tracking dishes (3.5m) Epfd studies verified no interference / T-band coordination Large Separation Angle O3B GEO Belt

Non-interfering with GEO’s

UK Ofcom / ITU priorities on Ka

Few large tracking dishes (3.5m)

Epfd studies verified no interference / T-band coordination

Fiber over Satellite Speed Availability Fiber GEO .1 5 100

Latency and Web 2.0 Long-haul Fiber / O3b 122ms GEO Satellite 600ms Press here to start Local 50ms

The Pacific Island Nations Situation: 22 Island Nations, each made up of many individual islands Cable is too expensive (estimated $250m to reach 17 of the capitals) Cable only reaches capital, but cannot reach outlying islands Islands are often too far for Microwave, and thus rely on GEO satellite for inter-island communications Nations should spend their funds on internal development Pacific Islands Example

The Pacific Island Nations

Situation:

22 Island Nations, each made up of many individual islands

Cable is too expensive (estimated $250m to reach 17 of the capitals)

Cable only reaches capital, but cannot reach outlying islands

Islands are often too far for Microwave, and thus rely on GEO satellite for inter-island communications

Nations should spend their funds on internal development

Current Fibre System - Pacific Islands

Pacific Island Nations

Sample: 10 Geo Spot Beam Design-The Pacific Islands

Solution: Fibre Quality Connections to all islands Package 1 : QuickStart for main island: An STM-1 to each island (Country Capital) 122ms latency 99.5% SLA (CIR) $600/mb Service activation fee: USD 350,000 (For ground equipment) + Shipping + Installation O3b Networks Pacific Island Proposal

Solution: Fibre Quality Connections to all islands

Package 1 : QuickStart for main island:

An STM-1 to each island (Country Capital)

122ms latency

99.5% SLA (CIR)

$600/mb

Service activation fee: USD 350,000 (For ground equipment) + Shipping + Installation

Solution: Fibre Quality Connections to all islands Package 2 : QuickVar for main island: 20Mb or more for each outlying island 122ms latency 99.3% SLA (CIR) $1000/mb Service activation fee: USD 20,000 (For ground equipment) + Shipping + Installation O3b Networks Pacific Island Proposal

Solution: Fibre Quality Connections to all islands

Package 2 : QuickVar for main island:

20Mb or more for each outlying island

122ms latency

99.3% SLA (CIR)

$1000/mb

Service activation fee: USD 20,000 (For ground equipment) + Shipping + Installation

Plan: Funding Partners (e.g. World Bank, ADB, IMF) would sponsor service activation fee to main island while regional organisations and development agencies e.g. ITU, SPC, PITA, etc facilitate the negotiation and agreements as well as implementation Government would guarantee payment of our service Government would cover cost of service activation fee to any outlying island O3b will provide connection equipment at our teleport location O3b will provide $600/MB pricing and SLA on QuickStart Service O3b will provide $1000/MB pricing and SLA on QuickVar Service O3b Networks Pacific Island Proposal

Plan:

Funding Partners (e.g. World Bank, ADB, IMF) would sponsor service activation fee to main island while regional organisations and development agencies e.g. ITU, SPC, PITA, etc facilitate the negotiation and agreements as well as implementation

Government would guarantee payment of our service

Government would cover cost of service activation fee to any outlying island

O3b will provide connection equipment at our teleport location

O3b will provide $600/MB pricing and SLA on QuickStart Service

O3b will provide $1000/MB pricing and SLA on QuickVar Service

Pacific ICT Project QuickStart/QuickVar Network QuickStart Link Voice Video Data Internet QS QV LAN PSTN Switch / IP Router Cell Switch T O N G A Beam Coverage QuickVar Kit (20Mb+) QuickStart Link QuickVar Link REMOTE SITES QUICKVAR QuickStart (Customer Location-Hub Site) QuickVar Kit (20Mb+) QuickVar Kit (20Mb+) QuickVar Kit (20Mb+) Computers / Phones O3b Teleport (Hawaii)

Create a Public-Private partnership to foster the access to a high speed, low latency IP backbone to the global Internet Road mapping toward achievable programs to deliver broadband services Determine bandwidth requirements to each location Link Budget for each main island Contract Single Master Service Agreement Service Order for each beam Add outlying islands, direct to tower capacity at a later date Next Steps

Create a Public-Private partnership to foster the access to a high speed, low latency IP backbone to the global Internet

Road mapping toward achievable programs to deliver broadband services

Determine bandwidth requirements to each location

Link Budget for each main island

Contract

Single Master Service Agreement

Service Order for each beam

Add outlying islands, direct to tower capacity at a later date

Contact : Mr. Nara S. Sihavong Sales & Marketing [email_address] www.o3bnetworks.com THANK YOU!

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