Digital News Asia, Malaysia
19 July 2017
INNOVATE Malaysia 2017 on July 18 concluded the largest engineering design competition in the country with a showcase of the innovative projects by 45 teams nationwide.
The seventh series of the Innovate Malaysia Design Competition (IMDC), which aimed to inculcate the culture of innovation among final year engineering, computer science, and IT undergraduates in Malaysia, was organised by Fusionex, Intel, Keysight, MathWorks, Microsoft, Motorola Solutions, National Instruments, Silterra, and ViTrox – and managed by Dream Catcher Consulting Sdn Bhd.
China Daily, ChinaUS data communications and telecoms equipment provider Motorola Solutions Inc said it is planning to establish a dedicated team in China to customize its digital two-way portable radios and services for Chinese industry customers, to improve their working efficiency.
23 June 2017
TelecomPaper, AustraliaMotorola Solutions released new radio systems at Critical Communications World, 16-18 May, that are designed to meet the critical communications needs of all organisations in any circumstance.
26 May 2017
TelecomPaper, AustraliaMotorola Solutions will unveil highly advanced technology products to enhance the capabilities of nationwide public safety networks in the Asia Pacific at Critical Communications World 2017. The company’s mission-critical radio technologies, specialised software, mission critical broadband, command centre products and future innovation concepts will all be presented at Asia World Expo in Hong Kong.
26 May 2017
Enterprise IT News, MalaysiaWith such a powerful statement of intent, Motorola Solutions demonstrated that this is no mere rhetoric. At the Critical Communications World 2017 (“CCW”) expo held in Hong Kong last week, Motorola unveiled highly advanced technology solutions to enhance capabilities of nationwide public safety networks.
24 May 2017
CommsWire, AustraliaMotorola has released Dimetra X Core, a new Tetra system to support mission-critical communications for public safety as well as enterprise organisations including utilities, public transport and oil and gas companies, and for use with large events
23 May 2017
CommsWire, AustraliaMotorola Solutions has uveiled new technology solutions which it says will enhance the capabilities of nationwide public safety networks in the Asia Pacific as forecasts predict significant growth in the use of two-way radios in the region over the next three years.
17 May 2017
TeleAnalysis, IndiaMotorola Solutions will unveil highly advanced technology solutions to enhance the capabilities of nationwide public safety networks in the Asia Pacific at Critical Communications World 2017. The company’s mission-critical radio technologies, specialised software, mission critical broadband, command centre solutions and future innovation concepts will all be presented at Asia World Expo in Hong Kong to be held from 16 May to 18 May, 2017.
16 May 2017
Business Times, SingaporeWITH Singapore's indicators of industrial output in positive territory for several months now, analysts are forecasting a manufacturing recovery.
11 May 2017
Mission Critical Communications, USMotorola Solutions touted its diversity and inclusion across Asia Pacific. The company’s global research and development (R&D) center in Penang, Malaysia, celebrated its 40th anniversary last year, and 40 percent of the employees are women in engineering, a statement said. “Diversity at all levels of our workplace is critical, helping us to see different perspectives and bring new ideas to any discussion,” said Dr. Hari Narayanan, managing director of Penang operations, Motorola Solutions Malaysia.
20 March 2017
Times of Israel
14 February 2017
Motorola Solutions Inc., the US maker of communications equipment, is looking to Israeli technology to lead it to a new generation of intelligent products. The company opened its new innovation center, its second and the only one outside the US, in Israel in December and is in the process of hiring some 20 experts and researchers to develop technologies for its clients: public safety officers, armies, municipalities and governments worldwide. The center will focus on artificial intelligence and cybersecurity technologies.