Moto Boosts Mediaroom Support

Motorola’s CCE software makes it easier to delivers personalized IPTV experience to customers

November 9, 2009

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HORSHAM, Pa. -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) Home & Networks Mobility business today announced operations support systems (OSS) and business support systems (BSS) integration solutions for IPTV deployments with Microsoft Mediaroom. Motorola’s Communications Convergence Engine (CCE) enable operators to rapidly converge, design, package, deploy and manage a broad range of compelling content and services. Motorola’s CCE software integrates with Mediaroom to enable service providers to rapidly and economically deploy a more compelling, personalized IPTV experience. By working with Motorola, operators can minimize Mediaroom deployment risk while gaining greater flexibility in integrating Microsoft Mediaroom with new systems and applications.

As a global leader in IPTV solutions, Motorola offers service providers faster time-to-revenue IPTV deployments with flexible service/content packages for consumers, new billing options, and end-user personalization. Adding to Motorola’s extensive industry-leading IPTV solutions portfolio is Motorola’s CCE software platform, which allows IPTV operators to manage and personalize content across multiple domains, resulting in new service offerings and revenue opportunities. CCE is easily integrated into the operator’s existing back-office systems -- resulting in faster, more effective IPTV Mediaroom deployments. Motorola has developed the CCE product suite to automate processes for IPTV service provisioning and activation, which allows IPTV service providers to customize their storefront packages to generate additional subscriber revenue using “on the go” technologies.

“Motorola has demonstrated the maturity of its Mediaroom expertise and technology solutions, and is well placed to deliver back-office systems integration,” said Dan McCrary, director of the global partner ecosystem for Microsoft Mediaroom at Microsoft Corp. “As IPTV services have grown to provide ever more features and capabilities, Motorola has helped service providers accelerate subscriber growth of Mediaroom-based deployments.”

In a separate release:

HORSHAM, Pa. –November 09 2009 -- Motorola, Inc.’s (NYSE: MOT) Home & Networks Mobility business today announced that it is accelerating the delivery of personalized media experiences with the expansion of Motorola’s NBBS remote device management software platform to include IP-based Microsoft® Mediaroom® certified set-tops, like Motorola’s VIP Series. Motorola's NBBS software platform provides visibility and management of the whole IP home–including modems, Wi-Fi® gateways, VoIP phones and now IP set-tops - enabling operators to accelerate the introduction of new revenue-generating high-definition IP video experiences, while providing whole-home service assurance.

Motorola Inc. (NYSE: MOT)

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