Motorola Wins in Moscow

Has been selected by PentaCom as a key supplier in the development of its Moscow region broadband network

December 5, 2001

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MOSCOW -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) Broadband Communications Sector announced today that it has been selected by PentaCom Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Russia Broadband Communications N.V., as a key supplier in the development of its Moscow Region broadband network. As a key technology supplier, Motorola will provide the core solutions that enable PentaCom to offer advanced interactive broadband data, voice, and video services to over one million homes in Russia. Specifically, Motorola will supply Voice over IP (VoIP) consumer premise equipment, cable modems, and cable modem termination system (CMTS) technology, along with network infrastructure electronics that include fiber optical transmitters and nodes, and cable television decoders. "We are committed to doing what is necessary to help PentaCom deliver advanced services to their subscribers," said G. Bickley Remmey, corporate vice president and general manager of Motorola Broadband - Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA). "Russia Broadband Communications is leading the cable industry in Russia by making services like voice and high-speed data available to its customers." Motorola Inc.

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