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Motorola Helps Out the Cops

Motorola intros a wireless data solution to give officers info on potential criminals or dangerous situations before stepping out of their cruisers

July 23, 2002

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SCHAUMBURG, Ill. -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today announced the introduction of Premier MDC 5.3.20, a wireless data solution that gives officers first hand knowledge of a potential criminal or dangerous situation before stepping out of their vehicles. Premier MDC 5.3.20 is part of Motorola's extensive portfolio of integrated communications and information solutions to address mission- critical public safety and security requirements worldwide. Premier MDC 5.3.20, the latest version of Motorola's wireless mobile data solution, introduces 128-bit AES encryption for enhanced data security. With the recent increased focus on security, Premier MDC 5.3.20 fully complies with the upcoming federal 128-bit encryption mandate. Because personal information including a person's name, address, and warrant information is extremely sensitive, this enhanced level of encryption provides an added safeguard to ensure confidentiality. Enhanced Global Positioning System (GPS) capabilities allow users to view latitude and longitude data on the screen at all times and identify their exact location when writing incident reports or when requesting back-up assistance on a long stretch of highway. "Premier MDC 5.3.20 helps agencies to fight crime more efficiently with leading edge wireless technology. This technology extends data from the dispatch office to the field and is effectively helping police officers provide peace of mind, for themselves and the communities they serve and protect," said Joe Raposa, Director of Operations for Motorola's Mobile Applications. "Motorola technology continues to play an increasingly important role in tackling issues faced by today's public safety agencies." Motorola Inc.

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