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  1. IPSTAR Broadband Satellite Dr.Nongluck Phinainitisart President of Thaicom PLC 7 October 2009 1

  2. THAICOM Satellite Fleet THAICOM 4 (IPSTAR) THAICOM 5 THAICOM 2 78.5E 119.5E THAICOM 1A 120E

  3. IPSTAR: The World’s Largest Commercial Satellite • Services started in 2006 • Nearly 200,000 in Q3 2009 • First hybrid Ku-band/Ka-band satellite • Largest Ku-band coverage from a single satellite over 14 countries in Asia-Pacific • Integrated space-ground broadband solution • World’s heaviest commercial satellite (6.5 tons) • Largest capacity breakthrough: 45Gbps, equal to 20 satellites or 1,000 transponders • 100+ spot beams on a single satellite • Able to serve up to 2 million broadband users, or backhaul for 20-30 million mobile users • Backhaul for 20-30 million mobile users

  4. Maximum Throughput 5 Mbps (Download) 4 Mbps (Upload) IPSTAR User Terminal Product Line Indoor Units Enterprise Series maXX (TCP/A) iCON (Heavy-duty design for failsafe operation in harsh environments) (consumer priced terminal, design for mass-market scale and reliability) (Accelerates all TCP-based traffic, Offloads TCP accelerator processing from IPSTAR Terminal) Outdoor Units Outdoor Unit Mobile VSAT Vehicle (MVV) Portable Antenna (0.84m, 1.2m, 1.8m Antenna) 4 4

  5. IPSTAR Commercial Rollout: 12 out of 14 Markets India & Taiwan gateways under construction; service launch by 2009 China (3 GW) May 06 Korea (Sep 08) Japan (Apr 09) Myanmar (Dec 05) Vietnam (Nov 05) +GW diversity site Thailand (Oct 05) +GW diversity site Philippines (Nov 08) +GW diversity site Malaysia (Sept 08) +GW diversity site Cambodia (Dec 06) +GW diversity site New Zealand (Nov 05) Australia (2 GW) (Nov 05) Indonesia (Dec 08) 5

  6. Current IPSTAR Deployment & User Segment Statistics  Proven and mature IPSTAR ground system technology & IPSTAR broadband service platform 300,000 250,000 250,000 200,000 162,000 150,000 104,000 100,000 65,700 50,000 26,000 8,050 2,800 1,001 [Note: Percentage by Number of UT ] - 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009(F)

  7. Proportion of Consumed Speed (Bit Rate) and ARPU

  8. IPSTAR Key Success Factor Share CPE Cost Bundle with other technologies such as ADSL, WiMAX, Wi-Fi and Mobile trunk Value Added Services Driven by other applications such as IPTV for Digital Signage Training, Healthcare or by other solutions such as Backup solution for Leased line Low Customer Acquisition Lower or subsidy CPE cost (User terminal & Dish)

  9. IPSTAR Solutions for Rural Community Tele-Service Center (CTC)

  10. Unique IPSTAR’s & its Satellite Advantages over other terrestrial or satellite broadband technologies • 1. Fast & Flexible Deployment • 2. National Uniform Platform • 3. Nationwide Anywhere Coverage Native Satellite Advantages IPSTAR’s Unique Advantages 4. Dual Last Mile & Second Mile 5. Dual Broadband & Broadcast 6. All-IP Flexibility & Shared Bandwidth-On-Demand

  11. Rural Internet/ Phone IPSTAR Benefits for Rural Community • IPSTAR substantially improve cost & enhance applications for rural community better than other solutions • Government can better provide rural communities or schools, with access Internet for education, information, entertainment, e-government, e-commerce, etc. E-Education Rural Public Telephony

  12. Broadband Services for Community Tele-Service Center • Internet Broadband • WWW, updated news & information from government website • E-Commerce for community • Paypoint • VoIP & Fax • Fixed or public rural telephony, support both card & coin box • Send and receive fax • IPTV • Both ‘Live’ and ‘Push’ for education & training i.e. career, instruction under disaster situation, etc. • Support regional TV or Provincial TV • Mobile Access Service • Roaming service for mobile subscribers & visitors • Support GSM, CDMA, 3G

  13. PC PC PC PC Cellular Phone Rural Community Tele-service Center (CTC) Internet Broadband IPTV Voice/Fax TV Adaptor (TVA) TV Fax Hub Telephone ATA Pay Phone Mobile Access Service IPSTAR System IPSTAR UT BTS (Femtocell) Media Server

  14. PC PC PC PC Network Diagram: Rural Community Tele-service Center (CTC) Rural Community Tele-Service Center IPSTAR-1 Multi-Application Services via IPSTAR Internet Broadband VoIP/Fax Phone 2-port ATA Fax 1.2 m/1.8 m Antenna IPSTAR Gateway Internet & Voice Splitter 8-port Switch IPTV IPSTAR UT Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) - Connect analog telephone to a digital telephone system i.e. VoIP Media Server – stores and transmits multiple IP Video streaming for IP distribution to multiple external PC or TVA (TVAdaptor) Media Server Femtocell Mobile Phone TVA TV Mobile Access Service IPTV (E-education)

  15. IPTV Advantages Push Channel Live Channel

  16. Case Study: IPSTAR Success in USO Programs for Rural Telecommunications

  17. Case Study: IPSTAR Deployment in Thailand Signed Telephone Organization of Thailand (TOT) as NSO (National Service Operator) in 2005 IPSTAR’s over 3 Gbps bandwidth capacity for Thailand can provide broadband to more than 300,000 rural users in Thailand To date some 60,000 customers nationwide – the largest satellite network in Thailand IPSTAR provides broadband to 26,000 schools under SchoolNet project funded by the Ministry of Education IPSTAR provides 10,000 rural public telephones (both card & coin phones) & 7,000 under the National Telecommunications Commission’s (NTC) USO subsidy fund (4% of telecom operators’ revenues)

  18. Case Study: IPSTAR Service Deployment under USO Subsidy for Rural Australia 2 IPSTAR Gateways for Australia • IPSTAR broadband service in Australia launched in 2006 under HiBIS & Broadband Connect programs • IPSTAR broadband service under Australia Broadband Guarantee (ABG) launched in 2007 • Start from A$29.95/month, up to 4Mbps Max Speed • ABG subsidy at A$2,500 per site • 8 ABG-accredited IPSTAR Service Providers • Total ABG Fund: AUD112.4 million funds for 2007/2008 AUD 250.8 million funds for 2008/2012 • To date, some 68,000 customers nationwide – the largest satellite network in Australia • With growth of more than 2,500 subscribers/month • By end 2009, ABG-subsidized IPSTAR broadband will provide Internet to 1%, or 80,000 rural Australian households • IPSTAR’s over 7Gbps bandwidth capacity for Australia can provide broadband to more than half million rural users in Australia

  19. Case Study: IPSTAR Deployment in Rural New Zealand IPSTAR launched in New Zealand in 2006, with infrastructure to deliver rural broadband and voice via satellite IPSTAR’s over 900Mbps bandwidth capacity for New Zealand can provide broadband to more than 70,000 rural users in New Zealand To date some 10,000 customers nationwide - the largest satellite network in New Zealand Partnered with local service providers who offer service packages for both consumers (rocket BROADBAND) and corporate sectors (Farmside) Recognized as most suitable technology for government funded TSO program (Telecom Service Obligation) for rural communities VoIP Service (voice link) part of TSO program

  20. Case Study: IPSTAR Success in E-Education and Disaster Recovery

  21. “Rooms for Life” Village Project • 'Classroom for Life‘ Project, by Sat-Ed Co, provides learning centers to remote villages in Thailand with email, e-commerce, video conferencing and video-on-demand • Provides access to education contents to rural Thailand and to foster life long learning • Project was profiled by CNN’s “Global Challenge: Report on sustainable development” program

  22. Case Study: IPSTAR for Tsunami Disaster Recovery 2004 IPSTAR User Terminal IDU IPSTAR Flyaway Set ODU 120cm. antenna IPSTAR provided quick temporary communications during Tsunami rescue & relief operations in southern Thailand

  23. Case Study: IPSTAR for Sichuan Earthquake Disaster Recovery in 2008 • Satellite News Gathering (SNG) for broadcasters • Phone, Internet, and mobile service for rescue mission teams & temporary shelters • SCADA Disaster Monitoring (lakes & dams) Source: CBSN (IPSTAR’s partner in China)

  24. Case Study: VSAT IP Solution in Vietnam Bagged Silver Award Vietnam's “VSAT IP Solution to Bring Broadband Internet to the Countryside” solution had been awarded with a silver medal at the recent Asia Pacific ICT Awards (APICTA) 2008 – held in Jakarta, Indonesia from November 11 to 15. APICTA is an annual ceremony that provides recognition to outstanding achievements of individuals, students, entrepreneurs and organizations who have contributed to the development of initiatives, applications and services for the benefit of the ICT sector in the region. Vietnam's winner entry to the contest – a community project that delivers high speed Internet via IPSTAR to the country's rural province of Dong Nai – bested over 140 solutions and applications from 10 other participating countries – including Australia, Brunei, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Macau, Malaysia, Pakistan, Singapore, Sri Lanka and Thailand. Source :-

  25. Case Study: IPSTARMini-DSL Solution in Vietnam Speed 2MB/512Kbps @ 230 USD Connecting with the existing Telephone switching (MDF)

  26. Case Study: IPSTARMini-DSL Solution at Dongnai, Vietnam

  27. Universal Service Obligation Project in Australia Australian Broadband Guarantee (ABG) National Broadband Network (NBN) 27

  28. IPSTAR & the Australian Broadband Guarantee (ABG) Program • IPSTAR began broadband services in 2006 as part of the original HiBIS & Broadband Connect programs. • At present, over 68,000 active users are deployed in the IPSTAR network as part of the ABG program – the largest VSAT deployment in Australian history. • Subscriber growth of over 2,500 subscribers/month • By the end of 2009, it is forecasted that approximately 1% of total Australian households will be connected to IPSTAR through the ABG program.

  29. Percentage of IPSTAR ABG Customers by Region Northern Territory Beam 502: 1% Queensland (28%) Beam 503: 4% All Areas Uncovered by Spot Beams Beam 504: 5% Shaped Beam: 4% Beam 505: 19% New South Wales (22%) Beam 506: 9% Western Australia Beam 501: 8% Beam 507: 13% South Australia Beam 509: 13% Percentage of IPSTAR Customers by Region Source: IPSTAR Victoria Tasmania Beam 508: 17% Beam 510: 7%

  30. Universal Service Obligation Project in Japan 30

  31. Japan: Universal Service Obligation Background • Total number of households: 51.71 million* • Japan’s digital divide elimination strategy deadline: 2010 Fiscal year Source: MIC 2008 Reference: Shigeo OKAMOTO, Director for Promotion of Broadband, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC), Japan “Japan’s Strategy for Nationwide Development of Broadband and FTTH”, 11 April, 2008, • Due to the lack of sufficient terrestrial telecommunications networks to cover rural and remote areas, a digital divide has grown. • Satellite is one of the 3 solutions for digital divide development to eliminate non-broadband areas in Japan (apart from ADSL, FTTH, CATV, and FWA) issued by MIC.

  32. Japan: USO Initiative: Progress To Date • At the end of April 2009, Japanese Government prepared for special budget to stimulate national economy • For broadband USO program, the special budget is $1,350 million in total • MIC prepared for $ 450 million (for 1/3 of initial cost) and Cabinet Office prepared for $900 million (90% of 2/3 which was formerly paid by local governments) to cover 93% of initial cost of service • The broadband USO program is open for all types of broadband service, but in actual implementation, 99% of the special budget is planned to be allocated to optical fiber/CATV by MIC’s policy to promote ultra high speed (30Mbps) broadband to stay at the position as World’s No.1 Broadband Country. • But, some local governments applied for subsidy (mostly not MIC’s USO program, but other types of multi-purpose subsidy) for satellite broadband. • MIC also has regular budget ($100 million) for broadband USO program and considers to allocate the budget to other broadband service than optical fiber.