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Motorola 4G broadband commitment
Dennis Hissink : December 21th 2009 - 11:20 CET
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MotorolaWiMAX benefits from Motorola 4G broadband commitment : The Home & Networks Mobility business of Motorola, Inc. reiterated its commitment to both WiMAX and Long Term Evolution (LTE) as the leading innovative technologies that enable the media experiences that people want, while delivering the lowest cost per bit for operators. Motorola believes there are distinct markets for WiMAX and LTE, and both will co-exist as operators work to meet the ever-increasing demand for fixed, nomadic and mobile data. “Wireless broadband is the utility of the 21st century, and Motorola has the solutions in both WiMAX and LTE that will meet consumer demand and operator requirements for network efficiency.”

Motorola 4G broadband

Faster broadband access with Motorola 4G broadband
“Motorola’s legacy of expertise in wireless broadband, IP networking, video and services, coupled with our portfolio of proven solutions, can help operators go to market quickly to maximize their competitive advantage as they deploy new networks or evolve their existing networks to 4G,” said Bruce Brda, senior vice president and general manager, Wireless Networks, Motorola Home & Networks Mobility. Motorola’s 4G progress in 2009 was marked with accomplishments in both LTE and WiMAX that have positioned it well for further momentum in 2010. In addition, Motorola has stated its commitment to WiMAX 802.16m as it expands its product portfolio and customer base to maintain its leadership position in WiMAX. The company also continues its active participation in numerous standards bodies as they refine specifications for various technologies that will enable faster broadband access.

4G broadband makes user stay connected and have access to data anytime
According to Motorola’s 2009 Media Engagement Barometer, a study recently commissioned by the Home & Networks Mobility business to gain insights from American consumers, the need to stay connected and to have access to personal content transcends generations. The overwhelming desire to be constantly connected was expressed by 80 percent of the Millennials and 78 percent of both the GenXers and Boomers who participated in the survey. The barometer findings clearly show how networking technologies have had a powerful impact in integrating the different facets of people’s lives, and why delivering on the promise of 4G broadband is so important to Motorola’s Wireless Networks business.

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Motorola broadband 4G solutions
Motorola’s early commitment to WiMAX has given it vast experience and expertise in designing, planning, optimizing and managing Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) mobile broadband networks. It also has yielded tremendous insight into perfecting the 4G network scheduler, the master controller of the radio access network that prioritizes voice and data traffic. Motorola is leveraging this extensive OFDM, multiple-in/multiple out (MIMO), all-IP wireless broadband experience, and expertise in the 4G scheduler to deliver a complete award-winning LTE solution that will support both FDD and TD-LTE. Its first commercial LTE deployments will be based on third-generation WiMAX products that have been proven and field-hardened and for which algorithms have been optimized to deliver best performance in a real-world environment.

Motorola broadband plans pushed WiMAX and LTE driven consumers
”With our experience from WiMAX we can get our LTE customers to market faster and with less risk,” Brda said. “Our deployment, management and optimization of many large-scale commercial WiMAX networks around the world gives us operations-level experience which our research and development teams use to make better and more stable LTE solutions.” According to the WiMAX Forum, there are 519 WiMAX networks deployed in 146 countries worldwide with more than 10 million subscribers. WiMAX is supporting a range of diverse business models including retail and wholesale access, smart grid applications, and retail-only broadband connectivity for users at home or on the go.

Innovative 4G WiMAX service for Motorola network infrastructure
Motorola continues to be the leading WiMAX vendor since it entered the market in 2005. It now has contracts with more than 35 operators in more than 20 countries, the majority of whom have launched commercial service. In a report issued by Infonetics Research they stated that “Motorola takes the lead in the fast-rebounding WiMAX equipment and device market.” Recently, Clearwire deployed its CLEAR 4G WiMAX service in Chicago, the latest of a number of markets across the U.S. using Motorola’s network infrastructure, deployment, services and devices.

Mobile WiMAX network uses Motorola 4G broadband technology
Another Motorola customer, Time Warner Cable, launched its Road Runner Mobile 4G network service in several markets this month including: Charlotte, Raleigh and Greensboro, North Carolina, and Dallas, Texas. In the UAE, integrated telecom service provider ‘du’ launched its mobile WiMAX network for the Dubai Metro. Motorola’s WiMAX equipment provides mobile connectivity and effective backhaul for Wi-Fi traffic on the Dubai Metro transport system train carriages as well as in the Metro stations.
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