Motorola Mobility broadens its enterprise portfolio


Telecom Lead Team:
Motorola Mobility has
broadened its enterprises offerings with the launch of Android-powered
Business-Ready devices for the businesses and organizations looking to deploy
powerful, secure, sophisticated mobile devices.


With its flagship devices Motorola offer some of the
industry’s most powerful enterprise features available, including
government-grade encryption and productivity tools rivaling the capabilities of
desktop PCs.


The company has also launched enhanced online resources
for businesses and consumers interested in learning more about the
industry-leading features found in Motorola’s Business Ready smartphones and
tablets, as well as a new portal for enterprise-focused developers.


“In addition to the plethora of Business Ready
products that are already empowering people to get more done every day, we are
continuing to find new ways to make it easier for businesses and consumers to
use Android than ever before,” said Christy Wyatt, senior vice
president and general manager, Enterprise Business Unit, Motorola


The company said that its Business Ready devices are
accelerating the growth of Android powered devices in the enterprise with more
than 20 models of smartphones and tablets launched over the past three years,
and recently announced devices such as Motorola RAZR, DROID RAZR, DROID RAZR
MAXX, and DROID 4 by Motorola offering industry-first features such as FIPS
140-2 government-grade encryption.


Other productivity tools include MotoCastTM by
Motorola for remote file access, Smart Actions for task automation and
Citrix GoToMeeting for collaboration while on the go.


The recently launched Motorola XOOM 2 and DROID
XYBOARD tablets by Motorola are also Business Ready.


Recently,  Motorola Mobility posted $13.1 billion income in 2011, showing 14 percent increase over
2010’s sale of $11.46 billion.


Its Q4 2011 income is up marginally to $3.43 billion from
$3.42 billion in Q4 2010.


For full year, Motorola Mobility posted net loss of $249
million against net loss of $86 million in previous year. Q4 2011 net loss was
$80 million against a net profit of $80 million


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