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Motorola has been the leader in TETRA mission-critical communications for the past 20 years.  Being one of the original founding members of the TETRA MOU, Motorola still continues to invest in TETRA with engineering support for standards development and in continued product innovation.  Motorola believes in the TETRA standard and its longevity.

At CCW 2017, Motorola is introducing 2 new infrastructure cores: the new very compact Dimetra Express, and the Dimetra X Core.  Both are designed to the same mission-critical standards that Motorola customers have come to know, expect, and rely on.  

The new Dimetra Express will provide a very cost-effective solution for commercial and industrial customers who need a small entry-level type system.  The Dimetra Express will be expandable in the future as your business needs grow.

The new Dimetra X Core is our large scale mission-critical network that can support huge size systems that cover regional to nationwide areas.

Beyond the infrastructure, Motorola has also invested in the development of new subscriber devices.  At CCW 2017, we’ll be showing our new MTP6650 and the new ST7000.

The new MTP6650 is an exciting addition to Motorola’s long line of rugged and heavy industrial environments such as mining, public safety and utilities.

The new ST7000 shows Motorola’s design engineering prowess.  Sleek and sexy, the ST7000 represents the coolest new technology in smaller TETRA radios.  Motorola designed the new ST7000 for many light industrial and commercial applications, such as airlines and hospitality environments.  In addition, the ST7000 is rugged and secure enough for use in covert and security applications.

Come see the latest innovations in the TETRA world at Motorola’s booth.


David Lum
Director, Business Development, Asia Pacific