Wednesday, June 30, 2010

Nigeria is a priority market - Motorola

MOTOROLA Incorporate, has described Nigeria’s telecommunications market as ‘priority’ among other African markets.

Regional Sales Manager, Enterprise Mobility Solutions (EMS), Motorola, Africa, Mr. Nicolas Coussinoux, made this assertion at a media briefing to announce the end of a two-day EMS roadshow in Lagos.

He also said that the roadshow paved the way for the launch of some EMS solutions to key Motorola’s partners in the country.

Some of the solutions introduced at the roadshow included the Dimetra Internet Protocol (IP) Small System range, Motorbo R1.6 and Motorbo applications in the country.

The solutions, Mr. Coussinoux said, were designed to offer businesses a complete end-to-end portfolio of digital radio technology.

He also said that the introduction of Terrestrial Trunked Radio (TETRA) digital radios in the country entails that industries could benefit from seamless digital radio communications and faster response times.

“Motorola is a world leading supplier of TETRA digital radio technologies offering secure, reliable and efficient communications which are customized to meet the needs of mission critical users and a wide range of vertical markets including industries such as oil & gas, transport, utilities and logistics,” he said, declaring “Nigeria is a priority for Motorola in the African market.”

He also said Motorola’s world-leading expertise in TETRA digital radio technologies, along with other extensive portfolio of products, applications and services means that they could offer customers a complete communication solution for their business requirements.

He explained that the Dimetra IP Small System range offers end-to-end TETRA digital radio solutions including infrastructure, terminals, applications and services based on the TETRA standard.

Further, he said, that the Motorbo solution offers a complete digital portfolio based on the Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) standard and with the latest Motorbo release R1.6 includes the unique ‘transmitter interrupt’ suite of features to help ensure that critical communications are received and acted upon immediately.

He said that Motorola’s local partners are working closely with the Africa regional office to ensure customer satisfaction, while noting that Motorbo supports a wide ecosystem of applications that is greatly increasing the efficiency, responsiveness and safety of customers across the world.

The introduction of these new products, he said, confirms Motorola’s position as market leader for digital radio technology and delivers end-to-end, high-quality communications solutions to customers in the country.

Locally, he said, Motorola has two distributors namely, Briscoe in Lagos and Danimex in Abuja, underscoring the fact that both partners have got an extensive network of local resellers throughout the country.

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