Motorola Solutions
 provide technologies, products, systems and services that make a broad range of mobile experiences possible. Our portfolio included wireless handsets, wireless accessories, digital entertainment devices, set-top boxes and video distribution systems, analog and digital two-way radios, wireless and wireline broadband network products, and end-to-end enterprise mobility products. The Enterprise Mobility Solutions segment (“Enterprise Mobility Solutions” or the “segment”) designs, manufactures, sells, installs and services analog and digital two-way radios, wireless LAN and security products, voice and data communications products and systems primarily for private networks, wireless broadband systems and end-to-end enterprise mobility solutions to a wide range of customers, including government and public safety agencies (which, together with all sales to distributors of two-way communication products, are referred to as the “government and public safety market”), as well as retail, energy and utilities, transportation, manufacturing, healthcare and other commercial customers (which, collectively, are referred to as the “commercial enterprise market”). In 2010, the segment’s net sales represented 41% of the Company’s consolidated net sales, but represent 100% of the Company’s consolidated net sales following the Separation of Motorola Mobility. Source: SEC Filings

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Motorola Solutions banking 100% on government, public-safety

Motorola Solutions, bolstered by its early success in public-safety LTE, is selling off its enterprise business to Zebra Technologies for $3.45 billion cash, enabling Motorola to focus exclusively on mission-critical communications for government and public-safety customers.

SouthernLinc: We're committed to iDEN network through 2020

SouthernLinc, a smaller wireless carrier that provides service in parts of Alabama, Georgia, Florida and Mississippi, said it has committed to maintaining its iDEN network through at least 2020. The company said it made the commitment in order to assure its customers--which include public safety workers, utilities workers and others--that they will continue to be able to use their SouthernLinc service in the years ahead.

Motorola Solutions wins $175M LA-RICS' contract while FirstNet rejigs contractor lineup

Motorola Solutions will develop the LTE-based public-safety broadband network for Los Angeles Regional Interoperable Communication System Authority (LA-RICS), which was the first jurisdiction to approve a 700 MHz spectrum-lease pact with the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet).

Sen. Rockefeller assails Motorola Solutions' FirstNet lobbying

Sen. Jay Rockefeller (D-W. Va.) is not happy with some of Motorola Solutions' alleged lobbying tactics, which he contends are aimed at undermining the First Responder Network Authority and its efforts to craft the nationwide public safety broadband network.

Motorola LTE modem will roam across Verizon, FirstNet networks

The LTE network being crafted by the First Responders Network Authority (FirstNet) is not yet officially designed, but Verizon Wireless and Motorola Solutions have collaborated on an in-vehicle modem for public-safety that is designed to seamlessly roam between Verizon's LTE network as well as FirstNet's.

Motorola Solutions addresses FirstNet allegations, NTIA hands out $13.1M

The latest news surrounding the First Responders Network Authority (FirstNet) concerns Motorola Solutions' lobbying activities and the awarding of grants to five states under the State and Local Implementation Grant Program (SLIGP) being run by the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA).

FirstNet: Mississippi halts BTOP program, Motorola Solutions accused of unsavory lobbying

Frustrated over lack of access to 700 MHz spectrum now under the control of the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet), Mississippi's Wireless Communications Commission froze construction on its $56 million LTE network for public safety, a project that was nearly 80 percent complete.

Analyst: Motorola Solutions will benefit from Psion acquisition

Motorola Solutions' purchase of UK-based Psion for €154 million earlier this year will start to bolster Motorola's enterprise unit, where sales have recently lost momentum, according to Technology Business Research

Cisco, Motorola and Netgear attack patent troll

Cisco Systems, Motorola Solutions and Netgear are suing a patent company they accuse of racketeering for its efforts to shake down payments from businesses, including hotels and cafes, that offer Wi-Fi service to customers.

Motorola Solutions buys Psion

Motorola Solutions is back on the acquisition trail, agreeing a £129 million (€160 million) takeover of ruggedized mobile device maker Psion.   The cash deal v
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