Moto Struts at WiMax World

VIENNA -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT - News) continues to show its WiMAX leadership with the latest addition to its MOTOwi4(TM) portfolio of wireless broadband solutions. At WiMAX World Europe, Motorola's new carrier-class WiMAX network will be used to perform rich media downloads and video streaming through a laptop PC using a third-party PCMCIA card that incorporates an 802.16e chip from Beceem Communications.

This is Motorola's first public demonstration of third-party interoperability of its WiMAX products and shows how Motorola's MOTOwi4 wireless broadband solutions can help people stay seamlessly connected wherever they may be. At its booth #202 Motorola also will be featuring live demonstrations of its 802.16e-based Ultra Light Access Point for 3.5 GHz fixed applications, Canopy® solutions in 5 GHz spectrum, and IP video telephony all connected through an IMS core.

The Motorola carrier-class WiMAX network, supporting both 2.5 GHz and 3.5 GHz, is an 802.16e solution that uses advanced antenna techniques to provide greater coverage range and building penetration. Designed to support fixed, nomadic, portable and mobile applications, the carrier-class WiMAX access point will meet the needs of operators offering in-building fixed and portable service, as well those marketing personal broadband, mobile WiMAX applications and services.

"The carrier-class WiMAX network shows our further progress in delivering a broad range of end-to-end WiMAX offerings," said Dan Coombes, senior vice president, chief technical officer, Motorola Networks & Enterprise, and general manager, Wireless Broadband. "As we continue development of our WiMAX infrastructure and customer premise equipment, we're working with third-party vendors to test for and promote interoperability, which is critical to widespread industry adoption of the 802.16e standard and this new technology."

Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT)

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