Motorola is a Fortune 100 global communications leader that provides Seamless Mobility products and solutions across broadband, embedded systems and wireless networks. Seamless Mobility harnesses the power of technology convergence and enables smarter, faster, cost-effective and flexible communication to reach the people, things and information you need at your home, auto, workplace and all spaces in between. Motorola is structured into the following three businesses: Mobile devices; networks & enterprise and connected home solutions.
A leader in multi-mode, multi-band communications products and technologies, Mobile Devices division designs, sells and services wireless subscriber and server equipment for cellular systems, portable energy storage products and systems, servers and software solutions, related software and accessory products.
The Networks & Enterprise group is advancing seamless mobility with innovative technology solutions, as well as a billion dollar services business with an expanded portfolio delivering support, integration, applications and management
In connected home solutions, a scalable, integrated end-to-end system is provided for the delivery of broadband services that keep consumers informed, entertained and connected.
Motorola has developed India as a global hub for cutting edge R&D work, including technologies and applications of the future, enabling the Seamless Mobility experience. India is also a major centre for sourcing software solutions.
Motorola opened its first R&D facility in India in 1991 and has 5 R&D centers in the country now.
The R&D centers at Bangalore and Hyderabad are engaged in creating the technology, applications and unifying architecture to realize Motorola's vision of Seamless Mobility, and software development for the various communications solutions that Motorola offers globally.
India is the hub for creating products for regional and emerging markets.
First to launch sub US $40 handsets in India (April 2005). Deployed India's first commercial GPRS network in Mumbai in 2002. Set up the country's first WLL based CDMA network in Madhya Pradesh in 1998. Deployed India's single largest end-to-end GSM network for a region in South India in 2002-03. Commissioned India's first Tetra System with Delhi Metro Rail in 2002. Motorola Radios inducted by the Indian Army in 2002. Partnered with the state of Rajasthan to build a wireless broadband grid using its MOTOwi4 Canopy™ platform. First to launch sub-US$ 40 handset in the country. Sub-US$ 30 MOTOFONE premiered in November 2006.