Motorola Solutions offers new communications tools for Nigerian market
Motorola Solutions, Inc., a leading provider of innovative mission-critical communication solutions and services, boosts Nigerian industries with the launch of next-generation communication solutions.
New products including next-generation Mototrbo radios and interoperability communication solution Wave 3000 will be available through Motorola Solutions’ experienced Nigerian partners.
Director of Sales Channels for Motorola Solutions Africa, Laurent Tribout, said the firm is committed to providing best-in-class products, solutions and services to the Nigerian market by building upon its 40 years of doing business across Africa.
“Our trusted partner network provides service and support for our high-quality products to ensure customer satisfaction”, he stated.
He explained that Motorola Solutions’ latest Mototrbo digital radios use WiFi connectivity to update, savings hundreds of hours of lost productivity. According to him, for a group of 350 workers, updating devices can mean 400 lost hours, Mototrbo radios update seamlessly without the need to drop off devices, and coupled with 29 hours of battery life, the new line keeps workers in the field or on the job instead of waiting for new software.
Commenting, Senior Regional Sales Manager, Motorola Solutions Africa, Uzonna Izugbokwe, said: “The features and functionality, as well as scalability of our products, reflect the needs of customers for enhanced productivity, efficiency and worker safety. For example, worker safety features such as man-down alerts and indoor tracking which are crucial for working in hazardous areas.”
Responding to rising demand for flexible two-way radio solutions, Motorola Solutions introduces Mototrbo Capacity Max, a scalable solution with significant advantages in capacity, performance and manageability. Capacity Max can be scaled from single-site system to projects that demand up to 3,000 users per site for voice and data-intensive deployments.
It also supports the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) standard for multi-vendor interoperability, including the Tier III mode of operation.
Next-generation Mototrbo also includes the SLR 8000 series, a high-power repeater that amplifies a signal to help extend coverage for communication networks such as Capacity Max. The SLR 8000 is built on the same platform as the popular SLR 5000 series and allows customers to deploy systems that cover wide geographical areas. SLR 8000 features a flexible architecture enabling customers to easily configure the repeater to meet their system deployment needs for extreme reliability.
Motorola Solutions also presents Nigeria with its Wave Work Group Communications for enhanced connectivity, interoperability and collaboration. Wave Work Group Communications is a broadband push-to-talk (PTT) solution that delivers real-time voice and data securely over any network, using any device. From two-way radios to smartphones, laptops to landlines, tablets to rugged handhelds, users can use the devices they already have and the networks they already subscribe to and communicate via PTT with other teams and individuals both inside and outside of their communication system.
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