By Telecom Lead Team: Motorola Solutions has expanded
MOTOTRBO portfolio with the launch of SL Series portable and the XPR 5000
mobile radio series.
MOTOTRBO is Motorola Solutions’ professional digital
communications portfolio that meets the requirements of narrowbanding. It
delivers exceptional voice quality, extended battery life, increased capacity.
The company said that the SL Series is the world’s
thinnest, lightest Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) portable, designed to meet the
communication needs of business users and executives in industries such as
hospitality, services, security and airlines.
Motorola Solutions’ customers in many markets, including
management and customer-facing staff, wanted a lightweight and compact radio –
one that can easily be worn under a jacket for discreet use while it looks good
and is easy to use. They wanted a large, simple-to-read display to help improve
texting and access to applications such as work-order ticket management. We
designed the SL Series to meet these needs and help customers collaborate and
communicate more efficiently,” said Jeff Spaeth, corporate vice president,
radio products and accessories, Motorola Solutions.
The SL Series offers a rugged, high-resolution color
display with a built-in photo sensor that automatically detects ambient
lighting and adjusts the display brightness for optimal viewing in all lighting
Motorola’s XPR 5000 mobile radio series
features a full-color display, making it easy for users in the public
administration, utilities and transportation markets to view contact lists,
text messages and applications.
The XPR 5000 Series is a fully-featured analog and
digital mobile radio family that transforms the enterprise by delivering
exceptional voice and data communications.
Both the series offers integrated Bluetooth audio and
data, allowing users to connect Bluetooth audio accessories without an external
Last month, Motorola Solutions announced the new MC2100 series to deliver industrial
mobile computing solutions for retail, manufacturing and supply chain
Motorola’s MC2100 mobile computing series is expected to
ship in the first quarter of 2012.