Motorola unveils new communication devices

Motorola unveils new devices

Motorola Solutions Incorporated has brought into the country solutions that will address challenges of battery life in communication devices.

According to the company, the launch of its next-generation communication solutions, which include next-generation MOTOTRBO radios and interoperability communication solution WAVE 3000 will be available through Motorola Solutions’ experienced Nigerian partners.

Director of Sales Channels for Motorola Solutions Africa, Laurent Tribout, who launched the product in Lagos assured of Motorola Solutions desire to continue to build local knowledge and understanding in the Nigerian market, while working with dedicated partners.

“We are committed to providing best-in-class products, solutions and services to the Nigerian market by building upon our 40 years of doing business across Africa. Our trusted partner network provides service and support for our high-quality products to ensure customer satisfaction”, he said. He disclosed that one of the products, the Motorola Solutions’ latest MOTOTRBO digital radios use WiFi connectivity to update and saves hundreds of hours of lost productivity adding,

“For a group of 350 workers, updating devices can mean 400 lost hours. MOTOTRBO radios update seamlessly without the need to drop off devices, and coupled with 29 hours of battery life, the new line keeps workers in the field or on the job instead of waiting for new software.”

Motorola unveils new devices Senior Regional Sales Manager, Motorola Solutions Africa, Uzonna Izugbokwe explained that “the features and functionality, as well as scalability of our products, reflect the needs of customers for enhanced productivity, efficiency and worker safety, and that worker safety features such as man-down alerts and indoor tracking which are crucial for working in hazardous areas.

He said that the next-generation MOTOTRBO also includes the SLR 8000 series, a high-power repeater that amplifies a signal to help extend coverage for communication networks such as Capacity Max.

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