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					   Downstream Space
 Applications Industry:
  Regional Outlook on
Satellite Communications
     17th June 2008
            By
  BayCom Sdn Berhad
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BayCom Sdn. Bhd.
Satellite Communications
   Outline
        Evolution of VSAT
        Broadening target market
        Market growth potential in the region
        Going forward




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                 Still Evolving
   Single Channel Per Carrier (SCPC) VSATs- a
    satellite version of “leased lines” but can be
    asymmetric
   Narrow/Niche target market- few high end
    corporate vertical market segments
   Not bandwidth efficient
   Equipment costly, bulky with occasional
    installation constraints




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           Still Evolving (cont’d)
   TDM/TDMA & FDMA VSAT technology-satellite based
    networks
   VSAT technology continued to evolve- IP based VSATs and
    more cost effective equipment with added capabilities such
    as dynamic inroute allocation/hopping, adaptive coding and
    modulation (ACM), DVBS2, Ku band etc
   The advent of the hybrid network approach- VSAT
    combined with terrestrial solutions resulting in a more
    compelling and cost effective network for the end users
   Hybrid networks are growing




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    A Broadening Market Approach
   Hybrid networks and cost effective IP Based VSATS
    enabled a more broadened market target for satellite
    communications services  in a multiple industry
    environment
   VSAT Based service providers are partnering with terrestrial
    and last mile solution players for a more cost effective total
    solution to the end users
   VSAT Based service providers are working with
    Telecommunications companies to provide cellular
    backhauls to reach their end users- satellite connectivity
    from BTS sites to mobile switching centers for the cellular
    operators thus enabling a more comprehensive service
    coverage that includes the rural areas



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          A Broadening Market Approach 2
                                                                                                Server
                                                                                              on Internet
                                                                                                                Public Internet
                                                                       WWW




                                                                                                     Internet
                 Satellite Modem in
                                                                                                     Firewall
                 building Connected to
                 Wi FI Access
                 Point of the Wi FI operator
                                                                                                                Company Intranet
                                                                   R               R

                                                                       Dedicated
                                                                       Backhaul
                                                                                        Server
                                                                                       on Intranet
VSAT trunking to Corporate Premises
which are “wirelessed “ In-building      Baycom’s Network Operations
                                                                         WAN
                                         CenterCyberjaya
                                                                                               Enterprise HQ

                             First Mile Solution-Corporate Networks
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          A Broadening Market Approach 3
                                                                                        Server
                                                                                      on Internet
                                                                                                    Public Internet
                                                                     WWW




                                                                                         Internet
                 Satellite Modem in end
                                                                                         Firewall
                 User building Connected
                 To Wi FI Access
                 Point of the Wi FI operator

                                                                R                R

                                                                     Dedicated
                                                                     Backhaul


VSAT trunking to End user Premises which are
“wirelessed “ In-building              Baycom’s Network Operations
                                                                       WAN
                                       CenterCyberjaya

                           Backhaul or Internet Backbone Solution
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A Broadening Market Approach 4
A Broadening Market Approach 4
                                                                        Server
                                                                      on Internet
                                                                                         Public Internet


                                                            WWW



                                                                              Internet
                                                                              Firewall




                                                    R         R
    Satellite Modem on BTS
    sites                                         Dedicated
                                                  Backhaul



                     Teclo’s Mobile Switching Center/BSC

               Backhaul or trunking
               Solution to BTS sites for Telcos
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           Broadening into Mobility Market

                                                                                                (Housed in tail section)




                                                                  WWW
                                                                                    Internet
                                                                                    Firewall




                                                             R               R
                                                                                    Server
                                                                 Dedicated
                                                                                  on Internet
                                                                 Backhaul


                                                                                                 Public Internet
                                   Baycom’s Network Operations
                                                                   WAN
                                   CenterCyberjaya
Satellite Modem in vehicle
                             Backhaul or Internet Backbone Solution for Mobility
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The Emerging “Hybrid Triple Play”
           Approach
   Hybrid Triple Play uses the individual strengths of the
    satellite and terrestrial worlds strategically.
   The satellite platform is the most efficient and cost effective
    in terms of bandwidth and infrastructure for video
    broadcasting, IP multicasting and distribution
   ADSL is powerful for two way internet access although
    sufficient bandwidth may be a problem for video based
    applications particularly if the DSLAM is far from the end
    user
   Thus the two combined into a single platform/box at the end
    users’ premises enables the total and true triple play
    experience without the bandwidth constraints or concerns
    for video

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The Emerging “Hybrid Triple Play”
           Approach
   This results in a cost effective platform that enables a fast
    roll out of a reliable triple play service.
   This has been done in Europe (Orange and Eutelsat), the US
    (AT&T and Echostar) and Latin America (Telefonica)
   Analysts (NSR) believe this is the next emerging
    architecture that should open up a more broadened market
    for the satellite industry




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The Emerging “Hybrid Triple Play”
           Approach
                                                                                 Server
                                                                               on Internet
                                                                                                  Public Internet


                                                                     WWW



 Integrated box satellite video/ADSL                                                   Internet
                                                                                       Firewall



       ADSL to the home
                                                              R         R

                                                            Dedicated
                                                            Backhaul




   DSLAM                        Teclo’s operations Center /Internet gateway




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    The Outlook in Middle East & Africa
•   Yahsat’s (Mubadala) two high powered hybrid communications
    satellites to be launched in 2010 will be a timely and tremendous
    boost to the market and industry.

•   This is clear evidence of the importance of satellite communications
    in the Middle Eastern Region. The target is a number of market
    segments for various applications including high speed internet
    access, private network services, backhauls for telcos and broadcast.

•   Other satellite operators are launching aggressive plans to expand to
    keep up with the demand for satellite capacity in the region. Nilesat is
    procuring a new satellite with 28 transponders which is more than
    double in number to that of their original satellite. Another big player
    in the region, Arabsat is aggressively escalating to three new
    satellites to cater for broadband and other services like High
    Definition Satellite TV

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    The Outlook in Middle East & Africa
o  Economic development is spurring government satellite based
   services.growth potential for broadband in the region is huge.
   Satellite broadband is a force to be reckoned with in Saudi Arabia,
   Tunisia, Egypt and Morocco and other countries in the region. There
   are two areas where satellite can aid broadband in the Middle East
   region:
1) Internet connectivity in the form of trunking to last mile providers
   using various last mile technologies and telecoms companies who
   will then use their facilities to reach the end users in areas that are
   remote and hard to reach by the traditional terrestrial trunking of fibre
   and DSL copper.




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    The Outlook in Middle East & Africa 2
2) private networks for enterprises who have their own network
   requirements but need both a satellite trunk as well as a network
   solution. This demand has been the bedrock of VSAT services
   provider world wide.

•   For the African market:
•   demand for satellite capacity in Africa is skyrocketing and analysts
    believe that there is a shortage of about 200 transponders
    (Euroconsult)
•   Internet access, cellular and IP trunking, IPTV and telemedicine are
    some of the applications that are demanding bandwidth
•   The retirement of a number of Intelsat satellites is contributing to the
    shortage of satellite capacity despite the launches of Nigcomsat-1
    and Rascom QAF-1.
•   MEASAT moved its MEASAT-1 satellite to over Africa (46degrees E)
    and renamed it Africasat-1 to capitalise on this opportunity


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                             Satellite Broadband on the Rise
                             Asia Broadband Satellite Sites & Subscribers 2005-
                                                     2010
                                         (Northern Sky Research Apr 06 )

                           300
Sites & Subs (Thousands)




                           240

                           180

                           120

                            60

                             0
                                 2005     2006       2007             2008       2009           2010




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                          Satellite Broadband on the Rise 2

                               Asian Broadband Satellite Services & CPE Revenues,
                                                    2005-2010
                                            (Northern Sky Research Apr 06 )


                        $750
Revenues ($ Millions)




                        $600

                        $450

                        $300

                        $150

                          $0
                                  2005      2006       2007             2008        2009          2010



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The Potential in Rolling Out Satellite
Broadband Infrastructure (cont’d 1)




                      NSR


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The Potential in Rolling Out Satellite
Broadband Infrastructure (cont’d 2)




                     NSR



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           The Asian Market Potential
•Asia is still vibrant in broadband demand due to the growth of the interne
•Like Africa/Middle East, Asia has been suffering from a lack of satellite
capacity
• There are more planned launches in Asia to address this:
•MEASAT 3A (this year at 91.5 deg E)-MEASAT says they may still have
 to order new satellites to meet growing demand
•Asiasat 5 (2009 at 100.5 deg E))
•Vinasat-1 (recently launched 132 deg E)
•Chinasat 9 (recently launched)
•ABS-2 (2009 at 75 deg E)
•New Skies-NSS12 (mid2009 at 57 deg E) to meet demand in India/SE Asia
•Protostar is launching July this year at 98.5 Deg E
•Intelsat 15 at 85 degrees E (2009)
•Satellite operators are also targeting the broadcast (HD) markets



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                Moving Forward

   New applications like IPTV and hybrid triple play are the
    expected strong drivers for broadband in Asia
   use of satellite for cellular & internet backhauls, single site
    satellite broadband and VSAT broadband/networking
    services are the 3 key drivers for growth. However, the
    traditional VSAT networking market for corporate and
    government clients remains the cornerstone of the
    broadband satellite industry and still brings in significant
    revenues for the VSAT industry
   VSAT will continue to thrive with traditional applications in
    Asia e.g. point-of-sale, digital signage, data transfer and
    distribution, VOIP, distance learning but will grow with
    emerging bandwidth drivers like IPTV and hybrid triple play


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                    Conclusion
   The steady growth of around 20% in traditional VSAT
    and hybrid networks (Futron 2008) will continue and
    Malaysia should be no exception. The growth will
    outpace the US in terms of broadband VSATs in 6 to 7
    years(NSR). Other regions like the Middle East and
    Africa will perhaps see higher growth rates
   Growth drivers will continue to be Cellular Backhauls,
    IPTV, VOIP, internet and traditional VSATs for
    corporate/enterprises and government.
   For more details on the Asia Pacific outlook, a
    presentation will hopefully be made soon at another
    forum
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  ANGKASA Workshop:Space
Applications for the Downstream
            Industry


      Thank You


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