Motorola's NYSE-MOT IDEN network reaches 10 million subscribers outside the U.S

August 13, 2010 Leave a comment
The Motorola Solutions (NYSE: MOT) announced that its solution iDEN (Integrated Digital Enhanced Network) has reached the milestone of ten million subscribers outside the United States. With a strong global presence and increasingly, iDEN remains the most efficient solution for the provision of services push to talk (PTT) with high performance, capable of providing mobile telephony services, messaging and Internet access simultaneously.

The proprietary iDEN, Motorola, is being used by more than 30 network operators in 23 countries worldwide, to deliver communication services. This milestone reinforces the unique benefits offered by the iDEN technology in the area of wireless networks, combining two-way radio to cellular telephony, data and messages in a single device. This is the ideal solution for businesses of all sizes that need to communicate instantly with their teams on the field.

"Motorola continues to develop its iDEN technology with a solution of multiple features and high quality for its customers," said Gene Delaney, vice president of Product Operations & Business Solutions from Motorola. "Moreover, the wide range of communication services provided by the iDEN technology allows operators to meet many market segments with a unique and economical network solution."

"The advantage offered by technology and service iDEN push to talk are significant for consumers and customers of Motorola, "said Mark Shockley, vice president, Mobile Products Company. "We keep updating our portfolio and we are very optimistic about new releases, like the recently announced Motorola i1, the first Android smartphone push to talk the world. "he added.

The iDEN technology combines traditional mobile phone with PTT-edge services for the business market. The investments contained in the Motorola ensure the evolution of technology, given the current and future requirements of PTT users around the world.

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