Motorola, announced that its Home and Networks Mobility business has shipped 100 million digital entertainment devices, a significant milestone that reflects the achievements of both the company and the worldwide service provider industry. This milestone coincides with the industry’s transition from the ‚Digital Era‚ to the new ‚Internet Era of Television‚ (TV).
Motorola’s 2009 Media Engagement Barometer highlighted this transition and clearly demonstrated a rise in consumers’ expectations for connectivity to content and devices anytime and anywhere. The study also revealed strong demand for content customisation ‚ in other words the ability to control their experience ‚ whether on the TV, PC or mobile device.
To meet these new demands of the ‚Internet Era of TV,‚ Motorola is focusing on three critical consumer needs: content, community and control.
‚Motorola is proud to celebrate its rich video heritage and will continue providing customers with advanced systems that accelerate the delivery of personalised media experiences to consumers,‚ said Dan Moloney, president of Motorola’s Home and Networks business. ‚Motorola is committed to providing solutions that enable service providers to be successful in the ‚Internet Era of TV.‚
‚With over 100 million unit shipments, Motorola’s digital entertainment devices are the most widely deployed in the world,‚ said Mike Paxton, principal analyst with In-Stat, a market research firm. ‚Motorola’s Home and Networks Mobility business is an innovator in the technology industry and it continues to position its products to define ‘what’s next in video.'”
Motorola has a history of over 50 years of bringing creative inventions to the video industry and has always been at the forefront of technology ‚ from its original days in TV manufacturing to the design of the world’s first analogue cable TV system and the creation of the world’s first digital HDTV technical standard.
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