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Your business moves with you Isabelle Guis Manager, Mobility Solutions Marketing Cisco Confidential 1 Your business moves with you Isabelle Guis Manager, Mobility Solutions Marketing Cisco Confidential 1

Agenda • Business Critical Mobility ü Market Trends ü Cisco Position • Cisco Unified Agenda • Business Critical Mobility ü Market Trends ü Cisco Position • Cisco Unified Wireless Network ü Product Portfolio ü Mobility Services • Examples of deployments ü Security ü Location ü Voice ü Guest Access Cisco Confidential 2

Business Critical Mobility © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3 Business Critical Mobility © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 3

Market Trends Evolution of business tools and usage patterns Variety Fax PC Laptops Cell Market Trends Evolution of business tools and usage patterns Variety Fax PC Laptops Cell phones PDAs From single to multi-task devices From asynchronous to real time applications Phone Call Fax Voicemail E-mail IM Mail 8 am-5 pm Remote Off-shoring access Global From working Office Work/Life hours to working Business Trip moments balance Remote Virtual Teams From individual to collaboration Time Cisco Confidential 4

Market Trends Evolution of Mobility helps turning a world of complexity into a world Market Trends Evolution of Mobility helps turning a world of complexity into a world of choice. ($M) WLAN Market nears $4 bn by 2009 Desktops Notebooks More notebooks sold than desktops Cisco Confidential 5

Market Trends Strong adoption for business benefits State of Wireless LAN Deployments Low ranking Market Trends Strong adoption for business benefits State of Wireless LAN Deployments Low ranking of security but one of the biggest concern with Maintenance and cost Enterprise spending on WLANs will grow an average of 22% per year: 2005 - 2010. Reasons for adopting WLAN Cisco Confidential 6

Market Trends Still some education needed to fully maximize ROI “What percentage of your Market Trends Still some education needed to fully maximize ROI “What percentage of your organization’s office/campus/operational facility area is covered by WLAN? ” Mean: Today In two years 40% 58% Base: 200 IT decision-makers Source: WLAN Adoption Study, Forrester, July 2006 Cisco Confidential 7

Market Trends Wireless Technology Evolution Unified Wired+Wireless Centralized WLAN Systems Wireless Connectivity Centralized Management Market Trends Wireless Technology Evolution Unified Wired+Wireless Centralized WLAN Systems Wireless Connectivity Centralized Management and Control Integrated and Unified Security (AAA, Firewall, IDS/IPS, etc) Single client experience across wired and wireless networks Higher-capacity, higher-density WLANs (Pico Cells) Wireless IDS/IPS Unified wired+wireless support for applications (Voice/Video, Location services, AAA) Enterprise-class Security Hierarchical approach for scalability Extending networking outdoors (mesh, outdoor AP, etc. ) Wireless coverage Voice support Enterprise scale and reliability Layer 2/3 Mobility Autonomous access points 2000 - Present 2003 - Present Cisco Confidential 2005 - Future 8

Market Trends Increased focus on applications and pervasiveness • Maintain business agility in the Market Trends Increased focus on applications and pervasiveness • Maintain business agility in the face of shortening business cycles • Evolve to a customer centric business model • Increase top-line revenue growth while remaining fiscally disciplined • Boost employee productivity while promoting a healthy work – life balance Cisco Confidential 9

Cisco position Proven Customer Track Record • 3+ Million Cisco APs deployed worldwide • Cisco position Proven Customer Track Record • 3+ Million Cisco APs deployed worldwide • 128, 000+ Cisco WLAN customers worldwide • 95% of Fortune 500 companies use Cisco products • Largest Cisco deployment with dual-band APs at 1, 200 Home Depot stores • Cisco ranked Top 10 Most Powerful Networking Company by Network World • Cisco # 1 for Innovations In IT by Information. Week 500 • Testing and integration with an impressive number of Technology partners Cisco Confidential 10

Cisco Position The Right Pieces for Success • Global Support Organization – 24 -hour, Cisco Position The Right Pieces for Success • Global Support Organization – 24 -hour, global access to a team of expert engineers – 120 countries geographic coverage – Technical Support Services - 390+ CCIEs – Onsite field engineers • Global Partnerships – 200, 000 World Wide Partners – 4000 Specialization Badges – IBM, Intel, HP, EDS, CG&Y, Microsoft • Full Services Portfolio - Lifecycle Support E DS – Advisory Services – Advanced Services – Technical Support Services Cisco Confidential 11

Cisco position Market Statistics 59. 5% WLAN Market Share = 6. 5 times more Cisco position Market Statistics 59. 5% WLAN Market Share = 6. 5 times more share than nearest competitor. Reinforce with the increase of controllers sales Cisco will be here Cisco spends more on Wireless R&D then the combined revenue of our two top competitors Cisco will continue to securely innovate Top 3 Cisco Advanced Technology with continued focus on WLAN growth Cisco will deliver what Cisco Confidential customers need 12

Cisco position Shaping the Industry • Wi-Fi Alliance founding member • Initial author of Cisco position Shaping the Industry • Wi-Fi Alliance founding member • Initial author of 802. 11 and LWAPP (and subsequent resources on the subject) • Chair of numerous IEEE Committees (802. 11 i, 802. 11 r, 802. 11 m) • Founding contributors to Network World’s “Wireless Wizards” column • Award winning CCIE Program • Cisco Compatible Extension program • Meetinghouse acquisition to increase our presence on the client side http: //newsroom. cisco. com/dlls/2006/corp_070606. html • RF Spectrum Leadership with partnership with Cognio http: //newsroom. cisco. com/dlls/partners/news/2006/pr_prod_1003. html? CMP=ILC-001 Cisco Confidential 13

Cisco position Today’s Business Imperatives • Maintain business agility in the face of shortening Cisco position Today’s Business Imperatives • Maintain business agility in the face of shortening business cycles • Evolve to a customer centric business model • Increase top-line revenue growth while remaining fiscally disciplined • Boost employee productivity while promoting a healthy work – life balance Cisco Confidential 14

Cisco position Our Wireless Strategy Unification Enabling the Secure, Mobile, Interactive Workplace Innovation Cisco Cisco position Our Wireless Strategy Unification Enabling the Secure, Mobile, Interactive Workplace Innovation Cisco Confidential Investment Protection 15

Cisco Unified Wireless Network © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential Cisco Unified Wireless Network © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 16

Cisco Unified Wireless Network End-to-End, Unified – Only Cisco Self-Defending Network Mobility Services Guest Cisco Unified Wireless Network End-to-End, Unified – Only Cisco Self-Defending Network Mobility Services Guest Login Screen Unified cellular and Wi-Fi Vo. IP. Advanced threat detection, identity networking, location-based security, asset tracking and guest access. World-Class Network Management Same level of security, scalability, reliability, ease of deployment, and management for wireless LANs as wired LANs. Network Unification Integration into all major switching and routing platforms. Secure innovative WLAN controllers. Access Points Ubiquitous network access in all environments. Enhanced productivity. Proven platform with large install base and leading market share. Plug and Play. Client Devices 95% of Wi-Fi silicon is Cisco Compatible Certified. “Out-of-the-Box” wireless security. Cisco Confidential 17

Cisco Unified Wireless Network Cisco Compatible Extensions Client Devices Features • Assured compatibility with Cisco Unified Wireless Network Cisco Compatible Extensions Client Devices Features • Assured compatibility with 300+ devices • Standards-based • Enhanced security, mobility, and performance Benefits • Accelerates innovation • Supports diverse enterprise applications • Ensures multi-vendor interoperability http: //www. cisco. com/go/ciscocompatible/wireless Cisco Confidential 18

Cisco Unified Wireless Network Proven platform for mobile access Indoor Access Points Features • Cisco Unified Wireless Network Proven platform for mobile access Indoor Access Points Features • Industry’s best range and throughput 1130 AG 1000 • Enterprise class security 1121 BG • Many configuration options • Simultaneous air monitoring and traffic delivery Indoor Rugged Access Points • Wide area networking for outdoor areas 1240 AG Benefits 1230 AG • Zero touch management • No dedicated air monitors Outdoor Access Points/Bridges • Supports all deployment scenarios (indoor and outdoor) • From secure coverage to advanced services 1500 1400 1300 Cisco Confidential 19

Cisco Unified Wireless Network First Unified Indoor and Outdoor Solution • Cisco Wireless Mesh Cisco Unified Wireless Network First Unified Indoor and Outdoor Solution • Cisco Wireless Mesh Solution • Single management platform eases deployment and ongoing maintenance • Self-Configuring, Self-Healing – Zero-Touch Configuration – Cisco’s new Adaptive Wireless Path (AWP) Protocol • Engineered with Ease of Deployment and Management as Top-of-Mind • Robust Embedded Security • Seamless Mobility • Deployment – – Cisco Confidential Point-to-Point Bridging Point-to-Multipoint Bridging Outdoor Wi-Fi Extension Wireless Mesh Networking 20

Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wired and Wireless Unification Wireless LAN Controllers Network Unification Features Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wired and Wireless Unification Wireless LAN Controllers Network Unification Features 2000 4400 Catalyst 6500 Series Wireless Services Module (Wi. SM) • Enterprise scalability and reliability • Real-time RF Management • Multi-layered security • Mobility management • Standalone and integrated options Benefits Wi. SM • Up to 1500 APs per Cat 6 K chassis Switch and Router Platforms • Cost effective solution for main, branch, and remote campuses as well as SMB • Ideal for data, voice, and video Integrated Services Routers WLCM Catalyst 3750 G Integrated WLC Switch Cisco (Future) Confidential • Wired and wireless integration 21

Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wireless Control System (WCS) World-Class Network Management Features • Client Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wireless Control System (WCS) World-Class Network Management Features • Client troubleshooting (via CCX) • Planning, configuration, monitoring, location, IDS/IPS, and troubleshooting • Hierarchical maps • Intuitive GUI and templates • Policy based networking (Qo. S, security, RRM, etc. ) Benefits • Lower OPEX and CAPEX • Better visibility and control of the air space • Consolidate functionality into a single management system • Determines location and voice readiness Cisco Confidential 22

Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wireless LAN Mobility Services Defined SECURITY • Unifies wired and Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wireless LAN Mobility Services Defined SECURITY • Unifies wired and wireless security to help ensure network information integrity by enabling locationbased authentication and precise detection, identification and prevention of wireless threats. VOICE GUEST • Allows customers, vendors, and other non-employees to wirelessly access network resources, with privileges based on user-type and physical location, without compromising the enterprise security. • Extends the seamless mobility of the Cisco Unified Wireless Network to enable business communications using Wi-Fi enabled clients and Wi-Fi/Cellular compatible smart phones with end-to-end Quality of Service and manageability. LOCATION • Quickly locates any Wi-Fi device to support enhanced network security, management, and troubleshooting as well as enable location-based applications through a rich, open API. Real-time Mobile Data Services Wirelessly extending resources to individuals irrespective of time or location Cisco Confidential 23

Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wireless LAN Mobility Services Defined SECURITY • Automatic, 24 x Cisco Unified Wireless Network Wireless LAN Mobility Services Defined SECURITY • Automatic, 24 x 7 security and compliance monitoring for wireless breaches • Network access control based on user location • Monitor device movement VOICE GUEST • Guest networks for customers, partners and auditors • Real-time mobile voice communications • Vendor replenishment networks • Improved collaboration via mobile unified communications • Public access networks • Faster customer service response LOCATION • Asset tracking & management • Location based security & content distribution • Streamlined workflows • Business policy enforcement Real-time Mobile Data Services Wirelessly extending resources to individuals irrespective of time or location Cisco Confidential 24

Examples of deployments © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 25 Examples of deployments © 2005 Cisco Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 25

Cisco on Cisco • Cisco end to end solution Proof Points – 3100+ Access Cisco on Cisco • Cisco end to end solution Proof Points – 3100+ Access Points • 43% use the WLAN as their PRIMARY – 60, 000 wireless clients • 2, 000 wireless Vo. IP phones • 10, 000 wireless PDAs network • 30% say WLAN is critical to job • 50% say WLAN is highly useful to job • Ubiquitous coverage – 380+ Sites in 85+ Countries • Mobility Services User Experience • 70% rate WLAN service as good or –Voice over WLAN excellent –Guest Services • 28% want more coverage –RF IDS / Rogue AP detection • 25% want more bandwidth Source: Internal Cisco IT Survey 7000 Employees surveyed March, 2006 Cisco Confidential 26

Security Technical Solution Fine-grained Mapping and Authentication Location services enable precise mapping of clients Security Technical Solution Fine-grained Mapping and Authentication Location services enable precise mapping of clients and threats, allowing fine-grained authentication and quick removal. L 2 IDS Wired IDS Integration L 3 -7 IDS Unified wired and wireless IDS ensures malicious wireless clients are disconnected from the network. Wireless Endpoint Compliance Cisco NAC Appliance Cisco NAC prevents wireless endpoints from introducing viruses, spyware, malware, etc. Wireless IDS/IPS RF Containment 802. 11 a Rogue AP 802. 11 a Rogue Client Comprehensive wireless threat identification and overthe-air prevention. Offsite Endpoint Protection Cisco Secure Agent detects and prevents offsite wireless threats such as ad hoc networks. Cisco Confidential 27

Security The Cost of Complacency Fines “…the hackers used the wireless network to route Security The Cost of Complacency Fines “…the hackers used the wireless network to route through Lowe's corporate data center in North Carolina and connect to the local networks at stores in Kansas, North Carolina, Kentucky, South Dakota, Florida, and two stores in California. ” Security Focus “For about $90 each, some Forrester employees bought their own wireless hubs and used them to help their workgroups access the network. Unfortunately, those hubs basically allow[ed] any outsider with a Wi-Fi card in their PC to get into the corporate system. " Richard Belanger, CTO Cisco Confidential “…few security concerns about the 6, 000 access points the Brand company itself has installed worldwide. What keeps him up at damage night is all the routers employees have bought at Best Buy and Fry's Electronics…” Legal Comments by Rob Carter, CIO action at Comdex Loss of investor confidence “…Failing to employ sufficient measures to detect unauthorized [wireless] access” Decreased Impact: Biennial mandatory 3 rd party customer security audits for 20 years, $6. 5 – loyalty 9. 5 M bottom line decrease FTC ruling, December 1, 2005, 28

Location Business Challenges • Lack of visibility into the location of valuable assets and Location Business Challenges • Lack of visibility into the location of valuable assets and important people • Inefficient allocation and use of people and equipment • Excessive cost of leasing & equipment purchases to offset losses & theft • Unsatisfactory service resulting from long wait times & wasted search times • Security issues linked to lack of insight into the location and movement of goods and people Cisco Confidential 29

Location Technical Solution • 1 st integrated location solution • Rich location information available Location Technical Solution • 1 st integrated location solution • Rich location information available to 3 rd party applications L XM SOAP/XML Cisco Wireless Location Appliance API E 911, asset tracking, workflow automation, content distribution and retrieval Cisco Wireless LAN Controller P P AP LW • Quick location of rogue access points and other wireless threats 3 rd party I Integrated AP Applications P/ Cisco WCS Browser Based Remote Console for Cisco WCS A H SO • Advanced RF Fingerprinting for high accuracy location resolution within a few meters S P TT Access Point X 802. 11 a Rogue AP Cisco Confidential 30

Location The Boeing Corporation Case Study Problem Solution Benefits • Lost parts and tools Location The Boeing Corporation Case Study Problem Solution Benefits • Lost parts and tools • Cisco Unified Wireless Network with Location Appliance • Faster production schedules • Delayed production schedules • Inefficient use of resources to find items • Wi-Fi RFID tags • WLAN tracking software and server Cisco Confidential • Reduced duplication of parts and tools 31

Voice Business Challenges • Long decision times arising from inability to connect the first Voice Business Challenges • Long decision times arising from inability to connect the first time • Lost revenue opportunities due to missed phone calls • Poor customer satisfaction due to long hold times or funneling to voicemail box • Lack of control over telecommunications expense resulting from zero visibility into cellular bills • High cost of cellular use in the office to reach other colleagues • Excessive time spent managing multiple voice mailboxes Cisco Confidential 32

Voice Technical Solution • Seamless mobile voice communications across the enterprise • Only end-to-end Voice Technical Solution • Seamless mobile voice communications across the enterprise • Only end-to-end unified wireline and wireless voice solution Cisco Unified Unity Server Wireless Control System Management Cisco Unified Call. Manager Cisco Mobility Manager Mobile Connect • Rich selection of enterpriseclass and industry specific voice clients • Increased call capacity, higher network availability and improved performance 7920 Wireless IP Phone IP Communicator Cisco Compatible Clients End to End Intelligent Integration Cisco Confidential 33

Voice Criminal Justice Department Office Case Study • Problem Difficult to reach mobile employees Voice Criminal Justice Department Office Case Study • Problem Difficult to reach mobile employees in the criminal justice department No voicemail on old system meant handwritten messages Longer response times to constituents, prosecutors, attorneys and other court staff • Solution Cisco Unified Wireless Network with Voice Services Cisco 7920 Wireless IP Phones • Benefits Faster response times to citizens and other court system customers Ability to integrate simple database connectivity into phones to further increase responsiveness Cisco Confidential 34

Guest Access Business Challenges • Guests need access to network resources 35% of companies Guest Access Business Challenges • Guests need access to network resources 35% of companies have more than 20 visitors that require network access per month* E-mail, price lists, presentations, demos, etc… • Public Internet Access not feasible with wired only • Setting up wired access estimated @ 1 person-hour Example: visitors to a store or outlet – must be wireless IP address assignment Guest device configuration VLAN/switch port configuration * Source: Intel Wireless LAN Adoption Study; Forrester Research Cisco Confidential 35

Guest Access Technical Solution • Allows businesses to keep their wireless networks secure while Guest Access Technical Solution • Allows businesses to keep their wireless networks secure while providing customers, vendors and partners with controlled access to network resources • Tunnels all external traffic directly into the DMZ so guest traffic never touches the internal network • Provides a splash page for authentication and legal disclaimer DMZ Controller Enterprise Intranet Controller-to-controller guest tunnel Controller Splash Page Guest / Contractor Benefits Internet Employee • Decreases the cost of configuring and supporting visitors for network access • Improves productivity and collaboration • Maintains the security of the internal corporate network Cisco Confidential 36

Guest Access Lobby Ambassador Feature • Simple & Fast Lobby Ambassador feature enables any Guest Access Lobby Ambassador Feature • Simple & Fast Lobby Ambassador feature enables any staff member to enable guests • Integrated Solution Runs on any controller and WCS • Secure Generate individual guest name, unique password & duration of access Cisco Confidential 37

Guest Access University of Portland Case Study • Problem Extremely difficult to offer guest Guest Access University of Portland Case Study • Problem Extremely difficult to offer guest connectivity due to - lack of pervasive wireless - concern about security threats from untrusted devices Inefficient facility use due to lack of connectivity • Solution Cisco Unified Wireless Network with integrated Guest and Security Services Cisco Clean Access NAC solution • Benefits Improved ability to compete for students and faculty with a modern learning environment More collaboration among visiting researchers, faculty, administration, students and vendors Cisco Confidential 38

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