Motorola Broadband Solutions Win InfoVision Awards for Innovation
Broadband technologies from Motorola receive world recognition
BROADBAND WORLD FORUM ASIA 2008, HONG KONG – July, 2008 – Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT) today announced that two of its innovative broadband solutions have been awarded the InfoVision Award, presented by the International Engineering Consortium (IEC) at the Broadband World Forum Asia 2008.
Judged by a panel of industry experts ranging from vendor companies to service providers and industry associations, Motorola’s CPEi 750 Desktop CPE and VODxchange™ VOD Content Creation System were recognized as best and most innovative products in their respective categories.
The InfoVision Award recognizes technologies, applications, products, advances and services judged to be the most unique and beneficial to the telecommunications industry and consumers.
“We are honored to win these prestigious awards and to be recognized for the innovative work we have done in the broadband area,” said Drina Yue, vice president, Region Management, Asia Pacific, Home & Networks Mobility, Motorola Asia Pacific Limited. “These successes reiterate Motorola’s expertise in home and network communications, and are further evidence of our leadership in delivering media mobility experiences to users.”
The InfoVision awards that Motorola have won include:
Motorola WiMAX CPEi 750 Desktop CPE in Broadband Appliances, Devices, and Home Networking category
Motorola WiMAX CPEi 750 Desktop offers a 2.5 GHz and 3.5 GHz bands WiMAX solution tailored to appeal to all subscribers of operators. With exceptional ease of use and sleek styling, CPEi 750 is WiMAX Wave 2 ready as with VoIP capabilities built in. It delivers fast, reliable, high-speed wireless Internet connectivity without the waiting for installation, complex configuration and operator intervention.
Motorola VODxchange™ VOD Content Creation System in Network and Services Management and Operations category
The next generation encoder platform Motorola VODxchange VOD Content Creation System ingests digital and analog video content and transcodes a wide range of file formats to create ready-to-deliver MPEG-4 AVC files for on-demand services. It offers real-time HD, SD and low resolution compression options to support distribution to the widest range of service types, including the Internet, set tops and mobile devices. The system also provides a real time monitoring and quality control tool to ensure that content is created with the highest visual quality and standards compliance.
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