Motorola realigns operations

Motorola realigned its operations into three business segments, a change the company says will better suit the 'evolving nature of our customers,' an Associated Press report said.

The Associated Press report said the realignment will move Motorola's 'good technology' enterprise mobile computing software and services division from its mobile devices division, which makes the company's wireless handsets, and creates most of its revenue.

The 'good technology' division, as well as Motorola's private networks and enterprise mobility businesses, will become a part of the company's new 'enterprise mobility solutions' division, according to the company's filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.

The report further said the enterprise division will include the company's various radio, voice and data communications products for businesses.

The third division, 'home and networks mobility,' will include the company's video and Internet products and systems for consumers and carriers. It will include the company's Connected Home Solutions segment as well as its public networks business, according to the SEC filing.

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