It’s All About Me! Motorola Experiences Showcased at the 2006 National Show Enable the Consumer to “Roam Where They Want To”
Motorola’s fixed-mobile solutions keep the MOTO Me connected to what I want, when I want it!
ATLANTA – 10 April 2006 – New, immersive experiences enabled by solutions from technology pioneer Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) are making life less complicated for the MOTO Me, delivering anytime, anywhere access to the important people and unique content in life.
The MOTO Me can seamlessly move, or “Moto,” through the different places in his or her life – home, auto, office, out-and-about – and still have uniquely personal information and entertainment services within reach. These services go far beyond traditional “quadruple play” offerings, creating truly immersive experiences such as digital entertainment available from any nearby screen, voice-over-IP and cellular calling unified on one device, or personalized content delivered on-demand to a user’s location.
Using the Motorola innovations showcased at the 2006 National Show (Georgia World Congress Center, Atlanta, Ga., Stand # 1537), operators can empower the MOTO Me inside each of their customers, with solutions that deliver uninterrupted, experience-based services across both broadband and wireless networks. The Motorola technologies being shown can also allow operators to easily extend the reach of their networks without laying cable.
“The Motorola innovations on display here at NCTA demonstrate real-life seamless mobility experiences -- linked across all of life’s locations through simplified access to entertainment and communication,” said Dan Moloney, president, Motorola Connected Home Solutions. “These Motorola solutions work together to erase the barriers between places and services -- empowering people to customize and connect with the content essential to their lives, and extending the operator’s brand beyond the physical walls of the home.”
A global innovator in wireless, broadband, and home entertainment, Motorola will share its insights, showcase a broad variety of solutions, and even do some entertaining at NCTA. For more information, visit www.motorola.com/ncta. Highlights include:
Tell Me: Motorola Speakers at The National Show
Motorola chief executive officer Ed Zander will participate in a discussion of converged communications on the show’s opening keynote panel, entitled “View from the Top: Leadership Perspectives" (April 10, 9:30am)
Motorola Follow Me TV expert Nick Chakalos will join in a conversation about connecting disparate media devices and creating multimedia networks in the home, in a panel entitled “Digital Domesticity” (April 10, 2:00pm)
Entertain Me: Video Innovations for the Cable Industry
Follow Me TV. Seamlessly access stored digital entertainment – whether high-definition (HD) video on a digital video recorder (DVR), music on a laptop, or pictures on digital camera – from any connected device in the home. Move recordings from a Motorola DVR to the widely popular RAZR for enjoyment on the go.
Mobile DVR Access and Remote Record. Schedule recordings on a Motorola DVR from a mobile device. This demonstration will feature the just-announced Sprint PCS Phone C290 by Motorola.
Motorola DCT3080. The new, all-digital, dual-tuner standard definition (SD) digital video recorder offers consumers a compelling reason to move to the all-digital service from their provider. Further, like its sister Motorola DVR set-tops, the DCT3080 can also act as a hub for a whole-home media network – storing content such as recorded shows, photos, or music and making it accessible from other devices in the home.
Motorola DCC100. The new Digital Cable Client (DCC) set-top enables the Motorola Follow Me TV experience by linking to a Motorola DVR through existing in-home coaxial cable, instantly delivering access to content and features available on the other networked set-tops in the home.
Digital Simulcast Solutions. Get the most from master and remote headends using digital simulcast. Simulcasting with the high-density Motorola SEP48 allows operators to reclaim distribution bandwidth while realizing operational efficiencies and cost savings.
OCAP® 1.0 Software Solution. Motorola will demonstrate its commitment to delivering an end-to-end OCAP solution. Partners Guideworks® and Aptiv will showcase interactive guide products running on the Motorola OCAP software platform. This software solution also includes powerful tools to enable home media networking using the Multimedia over Cable Alliance (MoCA) standard.
Motorola HOST Solutions. Motorola will also show its commitment to HOST-based solutions, demonstrating live a HOST set-top with enhanced functionality through multi-stream CableCard support.
Downloadable Conditional Access System. This next-generation technology showcases Motorola’s commitment to open standards, and enables set-tops to operate in a variety of Conditional Access System (CAS) environments. This demonstration represents a significant milestone in which heterogeneous network compatibility is achieved. This innovation will be demonstrated live at the CableNET Pavilion.
iRadio™ Digital Music Service. An award-winning subscription service, with over 600 commercial-free music, talk, and information channels and a listening experience that seamlessly moves from home, to car, to headphones, all powered by the one device you’re never without: your mobile phone.
Motorola Screen3™. A push content service that delivers zero-click access to current information and premium entertainment - right on the home screen of a mobile device. This dynamic solution offers operators a unique opportunity to extend their presence out of the home, sending content to subscribers as they move throughout their day.
Mobile TV Solutions. On-demand entertainment for the MOTO Me lifestyle! See how Motorola is bringing together its leadership in mobile devices, wireless and broadband networks, and digital video encoding to drive broadcast-mobile convergence. This technology demonstration will feature live broadcast video streaming to a Motorola mobile handset.
Kodak® Picture Kiosk. Kodak and Motorola make digital pictures easy! Building on the strategic alliance the companies announced at CES 2006, Kodak will demonstrate its next-generation, Bluetooth®-enabled picture kiosks. Visitors to the Motorola booth can wirelessly transfer photos directly from their mobile device and print them in seconds using Kodak technology.
Connect Me: Voice and Data Innovations for the Cable Industry
Residential Seamless Mobility Gateway (RSG). Break down the barrier between home and wireless calling! The new Motorola RSG enables consumers to use the same mobile device and the same phone number as they roam in and out of their homes. When paired with a dual-mode handset, the gateways can seamlessly transfer voice calls between a home wireless network and a cellular network, minimizing call interruptions.
Pre-DOCSIS® 3.0 Channel-Bonding Solutions. Powerful high-bandwidth capabilities that will empower operators to deliver over 120 Mbps of downstream DOCSIS® data services – up to four times the downstream capacity as defined in the DOCSIS 2.0 standard. This innovation will be demonstrated live at the CableNET Pavilion.
Canopy® Cable. The new converged wireless and broadband solution designed to give operators a way to provide high-speed data services to businesses that could previously not be served by their network. This innovation will be demonstrated at the BizNET Pavilion, along with Motorola’s portfolio of fiber and DOCSIS®-based business access solutions.
Voice-Enabled Cable Modems. These new, integrated modems eliminate the cost and clutter of stand-alone routers, hubs and wireless access points. The SBV5220 powers up to two phone lines in the home and includes an integrated Lithium-ion battery back-up, the SBV5400 integrates voice-over-IP and 5.8 GHz cordless phone technologies into one device, and the SVG2500 can create a wireless home network and support two phone lines.
Entertain Me: Moto Out on The Town
MOTOPRTY. Hear the B-52’s sing “Roam” and other favorites at the official party of the 2006 National Show, sponsored by Motorola. All registered delegates should exchange the voucher that is attached to their badge for a ticket to the party at the Ticket Exchange Desk located in the Registration area by 12 noon on Tuesday. (Party Details: April 11, 9:00pm, The Tabernacle, Atlanta, Ga.)
MOTOMISSIONS. Wake up with the Motorola Mobile Street Team! This squad will be serving morning coffee – free of charge – in front of the hotels along Peachtree Street. On Monday night, look for the Motorola logo shining brightly on various buildings making up the Atlanta skyline.
Motorola is known around the world for innovation and leadership in wireless and broadband communications. Inspired by our vision of Seamless Mobility, the people of Motorola are committed to helping you get and stay connected simply and seamlessly to the people, information, and entertainment that you want and need. We do this by designing and delivering “must have” products, “must do” experiences and powerful networks -- along with a full complement of support services. A Fortune 100 company with global presence and impact, Motorola had sales of US $36.8 billion in 2005. For more information about our company, our people and our innovations, please visit www.motorola.com
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