Moto Intros WiMax/WiFi Modems

Basic data-only wireless modem and fully integrated CPE that supports WiMAX and WiFi b/g/n are added the Motorola range

June 15, 2010

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AMSTERDAM -- The Networks business of Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) has announced the expansion of its award-winning portfolio of WiMAX devices and customer premises equipment (CPE) with the addition of the CPEi 800 and the CPEi 885. These new fourth-generation plug-and-play CPEs revolutionize the economics for the delivery of WiMAX data, voice and WiFi services.

Both devices are designed to help operators reduce cost, increase market penetration and reduce customer churn. The CPEi 800 meets the diverse needs of operators and their subscribers for a high-performance, data-only modem while the CPEi 885 provides power-packed capability and functionality to support the increased demand for home-networking needs, including digital entertainment and high-speed broadband access.

“Motorola continues to deliver greater innovation and diversity in our product lines to meet today’s demands for advanced home-networking solutions,” said Fred Gabbard, vice president of product management, Motorola Networks. “These additions to our portfolio demonstrate our commitment to WiMAX, ensuring our operator customers have the right products, at the right time, to advance their businesses.”

Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT)

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