Motorola showcases its IP multimedia subsystem at 3GSM

February 14, 2005

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CANNES, France -- From the Motorola Ojo™ Personal Videophone to ringback tones, the Motorola IP Multimedia Subsystem (IMS) powers the Seamless Mobility experience showcased at the Motorola booth at 3GSM 2005 (stand A21 in Hall 1). The Motorola IMS, linked with Session Initiated Protocol (SIP) application servers from IPeria and Ubiquity and media servers from Brooktrout, will make the ringback tones ring, the flexible alerting systems work, and conference calls possible at Motorola’s (NYSE: MOT) demonstrations in Cannes.

In addition to video calls and ringback tones, the demonstrations include multiple devices used to showcase packet switch to circuit switch calling; flexible alerting; voicemail; unified messaging; and mobile conferencing.

The Motorola IMS is designed to be a robust and highly scalable carrier-grade system that enables convergent VoIP across multiple access domains and open interfaces to 3rd party applications servers. This convergence – across both packet and circuit domains – will enable a vast array of applications that will enhance personal collaboration, enhanced call management and video services as end-users move among various environments using fixed and mobile devices.

Brooktrout, IPeria and Ubiquity are key participants in Motorola’s IMS Interoperability Program that was launched in 2004. This program is designed to provide wireless operators with a broad selection of multimedia applications that interoperate with the Motorola IMS through standards-based interfaces.

“Motorola has successfully completed initial interoperability testing of the Motorola IMS platform,” said Michael Krutz, Vice President of the Core Networks Division of Motorola Networks. “By combining the power of the Motorola IMS with a program to validate interoperability, Motorola can help its carrier customers deploy end-to-end IMS advanced multimedia applications with confidence.”

Motorola Inc.

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