Motorola Communications Expertise, Networks and Devices Keep People Connected, Entertained and Secure at World Expo

Published April 25th, 2010 - 09:10 GMT

Pioneering TD-LTE network to provide indoor coverage for pavilions; hundreds of
Motorola devices to support seminal event

Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT), a global leader in mobile communications, has
announced a series of company-wide initiatives for the U.S. Pavilion as part of
Motorola’s support of World Expo 2010 Shanghai China. Motorola is working with
organizers of the Expo and the U.S. Pavilion to provide communications
infrastructure for the event, which is expected to draw up to 70 million
visitors from across China and around the world between May 1 and October 31,
2010.

Motorola products and services being used to support this six-month event span
the company’s portfolio. These include award-winning Android devices such as the
BACKFLIP™, two-way radios, TETRA systems, digital enterprise assistants,
Wireless LAN equipments and the world’s first TD-LTE showcase network.

TD-LTE Network & Devices and Wireless LAN
Motorola will provide indoor TD-LTE network coverage for the U.S. Pavilion for
the duration of the Expo.

“Today’s announcement underscores the pioneering efforts of China Mobile and
Motorola to bring mobile communications to the world’s largest mobile market and
to the world,” said Dr. Mohammad Akhtar, corporate vice president and general
manager, Motorola Networks business in Asia Pacific. “Motorola’s launch of this
network is yet another demonstration of our commitment to the next generation of
TD-LTE operators and networks in China and worldwide.”

Announced in November of last year, Motorola was selected as main equipment
supplier to provide indoor TD-LTE coverage for pavilions at the Expo. Helping
operators build a healthy TD-LTE ecosystem, Motorola will also integrate and
launch the world’s first TD-LTE USB dongle at the event.

Motorola will provide an end-to-end TD-LTE solution that includes its award-
winning evolved packet core and radio access network as well as user equipment.
This solution leverages Motorola’s experience and expertise with commercial
orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) networks with professional
services to deploy, maintain and optimize these leading-edge networks.

In addition, Motorola will provide wireless local area network (WLAN) coverage -
with AP300 and AP7131 access points - to provide high-speed and secure Internet
access for the US Pavilion staff. With Motorola’s advanced WLAN infrastructure,
staff can easily access the Internet, the Pavilion’s internal network, virtual
private network (VPN) connections and multimedia applications at speeds
comparable to wired broadband lines.

 


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