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  • 1. Sudheer Kuppam Managing Director Intel Capital Investing for Global Impact Choosing the right VC Assocham, 27 Apr 2007, New Delhi

2. DomainKnowledge Long term Commitment Credibility & Track Record What does a Company raising funds look for? Appetite for Risk Taking Does theVC have? GlobalPresence & Outlook Technology Expertise Vision CompanyBuilding Experience 3. Make and Manage Financially Attractive Investments in Support of Intels Strategic Objectives STRATEGIC FINANCIAL Intel Capital Mission INTEL CAPITAL 4.

  • The largest technology VC in the world
  • Global reach, presence, and understanding
  • Insights and experience in emerging markets and technologies
  • Commitment to active company building
  • Tradition of risk taking, innovation, and excellence
  • Unmatched differential advantages
  • Access to vast capital

What Intel Capital Represents 5. US$1.07B 163 deals 60% of dollars outside the U.S.* Intel Capital 2006 26 countriesincluding 91new deals 37 IPOs & acquisitions *Excluding Clearwire 6. Over $1B Invested in 2006 Intel Capital's Investments Top $1B Mark In 2006 By Jonathan Shieber11/28/2006 For the first time since the height of the dot-com bubble, Intel Corp.'s venture-capital arm will reach $1 billion in investments this year. Intel Capital, a unit of the Santa Clara, Calif., chip maker, has long been among the most active venture-capital investors. But it has only crossed the billion-dollar threshold for annual investments twice before, investing $1.2 billion in 1999 and $1.3 billion in 2000. By 2001, investments from Intel Capital had dropped to $350 million, according to data from the company.Intel Capital Blows Past $1 Billion Chip giants VC arm back to boom investment levels. December 3, 2006 BySunshine Mugrabi Intel Capital said Friday it has surpassed $1 billion worth of investments in 2006.This makes this year the venture firms largest investment since the boom years of 2000 and 2001. The investments spanned the globe, though one area of intense focus is WiMaxsomething that has a strategic as well as an investment value to the firm. Were trying to encourage the network build-out and deployment of WiMax all over the world, said Arvind Sodhani, president of Intel Capital. *Other marks and brands are property of their respective owners 7. International (Non-U.S.) Investments Current dollar value of international portfolio as of October 30, 2006 8.

        • Next Gen Wireless WiMax
        • Mobile Content/Cellular
        • Content Distribution over IP
        • Digital Media; Gaming
        • New Apps & Usages
    • Platforms:
    • Manageability/Storage/Security
    • Software:
    • OS/Digital Office/Business Internet
    • Materials (Nanotech Forum)
    • Biotech; Digital Health
    • Memory
    • Advanced Patterning/Litho

Technology Focus Mobile Internet Client Digital Home Consumer Internet Enterprise; Software & Solutions Manufacturing, Memory & Digital Health 9. Brazil Fund Communications Fund Digital Home Fund China Technology Fund India Technology Fund Mid-East & Turkey Fund

  • Launched March 03
  • $200M Committed
  • 30+ Companies
  • Launched Sept. 99
  • $500M Committed
  • 60+ Companies

*Other names and brands are property of their respective owners

  • Launched June 05
  • $200M Committed
  • 14 companies

Intel Capital: Key Funds * *As of Mar 31, 2006

  • Launched December 05
  • $250M Committed
  • 6 companies
  • Launched November 05
  • $50M Committed
  • 1 company
  • Launched March 06
  • $50M Committed

10. Intel Capital Differentiators 11.

  • Bringing emerging technologies to market on a massive scale
  • Driving revenue opportunities between portfolio companies and industry customers

Intel Capital Technology Days Benefit Participant

  • New products and solutions created and deployed from Intels ecosystem


  • Portfolio Companies grow faster, increasing value

Intel Capital

  • New revenue-generating business opportunities with direct customers

Portfolio Companies

  • Faster process for evaluating new technologies
  • Finding new solutions for internal and external use
  • Competitive advantage increased

Customer Company 12.

  • 8 thannual CEO Summit
  • May 9-11, 2007
  • La Costa Resort and Spa
  • Carlsbad, CA
  • Three days of keynotes, breakout sessions, world class matchmaking, and social activities
  • Forge new relationships, foster new business opportunities
  • Network with 100+ portfolio company CEOs, Intel executives, and 100+ industry executives

Intel Capital CEO Summit 2007 13. Recent Exits

  • IPOs
  • Acquisitions

India China India Korea USA Acquired by Red Hat (USA) Acquired by PMC-Sierra (Israel) Acquired by HP (USA) Acquired by Comverse (France) India Korea Azure Solutions (UK) Acquired by Subex Systems Limited(India)Acquired by Analog Devices(Korea) Acquired by Macrovision Corporation (USA) Acquired by Microsoft (Israel) Chile Acquiredby Network Appliance (USA) *Other marks and names are property of their respective owners Vietnam Pending Acquisition by NDS Group 14.

  • Worldwide growth with emphasis on emerging markets and enhancing knowledge base, innovation
  • Streamlined processes, greater agility
  • More: More deals done, more dollars deployed, impact!
  • Capitalize on differentiators
    • Company building
    • Nurturing the entrepreneur
    • Technology and innovation expertise
    • Events and introductions
  • Goal:To be the Preeminent Global Investor in the World

Intel Capital: Vision for the Future 15. Intel Capital Investing for Global Impact 16. About Intel Capital

  • Intel Capital, Intel's venture capital organization, makes equity investments in innovative technology start-ups and companies worldwide. Intel Capital invests in a broad range of companies offering hardware, software, and services targeting enterprise, home, mobility, health, consumer Internet and semiconductor manufacturing. Since 1991, Intel Capital has invested more than US$6 billion in nearly 1,000 companies in more than 40 countries. In that time, about 180 portfolio companies have been acquired by other companies and another 155 have gone public on various exchanges around the world. In 2006, Intel Capital invested about US$1.07 billion in 163 deals with approximately 60 percent of funds invested outside the United States. For more information on Intel Capital and its differentiated advantages, .