Motorola

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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Optimize Plant Communications for a Competitive Advantage

    In this paper, the authors look at the role that mobile communications can play within a manufacturer's operations in support of lean manufacturing goals at a time when innovation is an imperative for survival, even with limited resources. The demand for mobile voice and data communications can now be satisfied...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2013

    Whitepaper: What's driving tomorrow's retail experience?

    74% of the retailers surveyed believe that developing a more engaging in-store customer experience is going to be business critical. This paper examines the results of a survey with 250 retail executives in May 2012 to understand what impact omni-channel retail trends are having on their business, the drivers to...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    The Adaptive Supply Chain: Increase Supply Chain Visibility and Meet Customer Demands with Mobile Technologies

    These days, the ability to adapt to constantly changing demands on your supply chain is essential. That's where mobility comes in. Mobile and wireless technologies give you the visibility to create a true demand-driven supply chain. With access to real-time information, you can better forecast customer demand, make intelligent logistical...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2007

    The Synchronized Distribution Supply Chain: Best Practices in Warehouse Management

    Your warehouse is the heart of your operation - the hub through which your goods must pass. It's also a principal source of operational inefficiencies. Mobile and wireless technologies provide real-time visibility across the enterprise, allowing you and your workers to make more intelligent decisions at the point of activity....

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Optimizing Your WiMAX Device Investment: How WiMAX Device Selection Contributes to a Winning Business Case

    When investing in a commercial WiMAX installation, operators must carefully consider a number of equipment, system and operational components to ensure that they fully profit from their WiMAX service. WiMAX operators need to compare vendor offerings for infrastructure, devices, IP core, service delivery platforms, backhaul solutions and back office systems...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Managed Services Simplify Taking New Technologies to Market

    This paper examines real business-driven questions around taking new technologies, such as WiMAX, to market. It provides information and insights on a range of relevant issues, including what factors should be considered when developing a sustainable WiMAX business case?, understanding what types of Managed Services solutions and models are available...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    WiMAX Fuels Growth Opportunities for Wireline Service Providers

    Wireline operators planning to provide wireless broadband currently may consider multiple wireless technology options such as 2G, 2.5G and 3G cellular; satellite; Metro WiFi/Mesh networks; and WiMAX. WiMAX is emerging as a preferred choice due to its high-performing, cost-effective, quick-to-deploy characteristics and easy integration into existing wireline iP networks and...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    The Business of WiMAX: Impact of Technology, Architecture & Spectrum on the WiMAX Business Case

    The advent of next generation, wireless broadband platforms pairing performance with favorable economics is ushering in a new age of unprecedented connectivity in communities across a diverse range of global markets. Mobile WiMAX, based on the IEEE 802.16e-2005 global standard, leads the evolution roadmap with market ready solutions leveraging the...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Motorola and AirDefense: Industry Leaders Join Forces to Make Wireless and Security Synonymous

    With the acquisition of AirDefense, Motorola is adding 'Best-in-class' wireless security to its existing portfolio of enterprise-class offerings and management solutions. AirDefense is optimally positioned as the premier provider of Wireless Intrusion Prevention Systems (WIPS). This acquisition is the culmination of a very successful three year OEM relationship between the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Centralized WLAN Troubleshooting: Maximizing Wireless Network Availability

    Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN) have proliferated within the enterprise. The business efficiencies realized though wireless mobility are fairly well established. WLAN infrastructure solutions have matured, and provide reasonable interoperability under the Wi-Fi certification program. While the cost of deploying a WLAN solution has dropped over the last several years,...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Why Enterprises Should Deploy Voice Over Wireless LAN (VoWLAN)

    Providing mobile workers inside the enterprise with wireless functional voice and data communications can allow them to be accessible and productive regardless of where they are located. That continuous accessibility can make one's organization more responsive and boost productivity in ways that have a direct impact on ROI. Organizations whose...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Motorola Operations and Maintenance Products: GSR9 Security Strategy Overview

    The issue of security and, in particular, minimizing vulnerability to security attacks is gaining importance across the industry. High profile attacks taking advantage of Operating System vulnerabilities, and computer viruses and worms, are gaining more and more media focus. These cause problems in organizations which depend on computing, from inconvenience...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Information Assurance for ASTRO25 Networks: Securing Your Mission Critical Communications

    The security of voice and data communications is a top priority in any organization. This is especially true for government agencies that rely upon these systems for the safety and security of human lives and must comply with Federal information assurance requirements like FISMA, DHS-4300, CJIS or DIACAP. To protect...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2008

    Understanding the Value of Outsourcing Network Security Services

    In order to best protect network, administrators should possess the highest level of expertise possible. Many in-house Security Administrators are concerned primarily with password management, firewall monitoring, addressing email spam and eradicating viruses. But today's security experts need to be well versed in spyware, intrusion detection and prevention, phishing, web...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    Managed Services for Mission Critical Communications

    The paper examines the case for Managed Services in the wireless communications industry. In particular it compares and contrasts the managed services needs and requirements of commercial, Licensed Operators with the needs of the operators of Mission Critical networks. The paper looks at how for both types of organisation, Managed...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2008

    Your Checklist: Seven Steps to Secure and Seamless Field Mobility

    Security for mobile computers and smartphones have been neglected but with increasing pressure to get access to mission critical business systems, security must be addressed. Compliance requirements such as SOX, Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS), and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), also demand that companies...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    PCI Wireless Compliance Demystified: Best Practices for Retail

    The introduction of wireless technologies in retail has created a new avenue for data breaches, circumventing traditional security architectures. Several recently publicized data breaches in the retail industry have exploited wireless vulnerabilities. Attackers have been able to access sensitive information such as credit/debit cards resulting in brand damage, financial/regulatory liabilities...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    PCI Wireless Compliance Demystified Best Practices for Retail

    The introduction of wireless technologies in retail has created a new avenue for data breaches, circumventing traditional security architectures. Several recently publicized data breaches in the retail industry have exploited wireless vulnerabilities. Attackers have been able to access sensitive information such as credit/debit cards resulting in brand damage, financial/regulatory liabilities...

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  • White Papers // May 2009

    The Journey Forward: Passive Optical LAN for the Corporate Wide Enterprise - How Passive Optical LAN Solutions Enable The-Journey to Enterprise IT Resource Optimization

    These days, virtually everyone who works in an office environment is struggling with the enterprise-wide mandate to do more work with less money and resources. Based on the same proven and standards based technology as Verizon's successful FiOS service, a Passive Optical LAN (POL) is a point-to-multipoint network in which...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Mobility Advantage: Improving Operational Efficiency and Accountability in Federal Agencies

    The federal government is responsible for protecting the health and safety of its citizens. Every day, employees in a wide range of agencies must make on-the-spot mission critical decisions to protect the nation's food supply, borders, and the health of the public, military personnel and veterans, as well as provide...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The State of Telecommunications: Wireless Gains Momentum

    CIOs and IT managers realize that status quo networks may not support their crucial business objectives. As IT technology continually improves in power and functionality, an organization must transform its network to take maximum advantage of these improvements or risk significant loss in competitive edge. More and more organizations are...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    The Value of Real-Time Data in Human Service Delivery

    Government agencies that are responsible for the delivery of human services are plagued by a number of issues. Caseworkers typically collect information via paper and pen during a customer visit, completing forms which are then later entered into a computer in the office. The process is redundant and inefficient, reducing...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2008

    Motorola Total Network Care: Using Expert Professional Services to Help Good Networks Become Great Networks

    Broadband wireless networks aren't about the network or the service provider. They're about the subscribers who depend on great service to help them live their lives to the fullest: communicating, working, socializing and entertaining. They need service that is always available and provides consistently high levels of voice and data...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Transforming the In-Store Shopping Experience With Retail Mobility Solutions

    With retail competition at an all time high, today's retailer must find new ways to attract consumers and inspire high levels of customer loyalty. Innovative retail mobility solutions can create a truly differentiated in-store experience with fun, interactive tools that put a wealth of information at customers' fingertips. This white...

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  • Case Studies // Sep 2009

    Motorola Fixed Wireless Broadband Integral to Latvian Libraries Network

    The Latvian state agency for culture and information systems, Kultaras lnformacijas Sistemas, is using Motorola's Point-To-Point (PTP) and Point-To-Multipoint (PMP) fixed wireless broadband technology to provide public internet access to outlying towns and villages across the country. This broad-scale initiative forms part of a national library communication network developed and...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Understanding the New WPA TKIP Attack: Vulnerabilities & Motorola WLAN Countermeasures

    The Motorola WLAN solution features the industry leading AirDefense Wireless Intrusion Prevention System (WIPS). Motorola AirDefense WIPS capabilities also help contain the attack. The WIPS is capable of detecting MAC address spoofing that occurs when the adversary pretends to be an authorized device during the attack. The AirDefense WIPS can...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Maximizing the Value of Next-Generation Video Security Networks

    One of the biggest challenges faced by public safety organizations today is the sheer volume of devices they carry around both on their bodies and in their cars. For example, in their vehicles, first responders often have a trunk filled with all sorts of electronics, and this causes problems in...

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  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Acqualina Resort and Spa on the Beach

    Because communication is essential to delivering fast service to their guests, Acqualina decided to focus on tightening their radio system to keep their in-house teams working together more effectively and serving their guests at even higher levels. Acqualina concluded that the only communications option that made solid business sense was...

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  • Case Studies // Sep 2008

    American Apparel Finds the Right Fit With Motorola RFID

    American Apparel is a manufacturer, distributor, and retailer of branded fashion apparel based in Los Angeles. The potential benefits of reducing labor and increasing sales from deploying an item-level RFID operation at American Apparel were clear. Equal consideration was given to the technology partners who would support the pilot. To...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    Opportunity and Impact of Video on LTE Networks

    The world is becoming increasingly mobile, which is driving the demand for easier access to content and services from any location, with any device, at any time. The explosion of video and multimedia content that is available on the wired web has driven users to desire equivalent on-demand access to...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2009

    4G Network Migration cdma2000 to LTE Evolution

    Today's wireless users may use their mobile devices in thousands of different ways, but they have one thing in common - a seemingly insatiable hunger for more. By the end of the decade, satisfying the demand for advanced services will not be possible on 3G legacy networks. That's why many...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Passive Optical LAN: The Architectural Choice for Eco-Friendly, Low Cost, High Performance Building Networks

    Traditional copper-wire based Local Area Networks (LAN) (copper LANs) send high-speed radio frequency signals between a hub and individual computers. In turn, the signals from the multiple hubs are accumulated at a switching/processing machine at a main communications room. The multiple hubs are generally Ethernet switches connected by copper wires...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Intelligent Battery Management: The Motorola IMPRES Smart Energy System

    First responders and other mission critical workers demand ready and reliable two-way radio batteries. To ensure mission success, two-way radio batteries require recharging and reconditioning for optimal performance. While in the field, two-way radio users need to know exactly how much usage they can expect from their equipment, eliminating the...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Overview of MPEG Standards for 3DTV

    For over a decade, a group of top technologists have been meeting quietly all around the world to launch a series of not-so-quiet revolutions. It sounds like something out of the latest spy novel, but its not. The group of technologists is the Motion Picture Experts Group, more commonly known...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Bringing Quality Audio to Two-Way Radios: Motorola IMPRES Audio Accessories

    Busy professionals on the move require two-way radio audio that is clear, intelligible, and at a comfortable volume. In addition, managers in both the private and public sector are looking for ways to boost worker productivity while enhancing two-way radio flexibility and improving operational costs. Audio quality that varies with...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Optimizing Video Storage at the Edge of the Network

    Flash storage is increasingly being deployed by cable operators and telcos in their Video On Demand (VOD) networks to store and stream video content for the ever-increasing volumes of video content demanded by residential subscribers. The use of intelligent content distribution software is essential to successfully addressing the challenges of...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Centrally Monitoring Set-Tops and Implementing Whole-Home Video Assurance

    Monitoring video delivery is essential to delivering personal media experiences that increase revenue and market share. Video has long been the key revenue driver for cable video service operators, and it is now emerging as a core revenue driver for telcos as they deploy lP television (IPTV) services. Increased visibility...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    The Changing World of Video Security

    Breakthrough video security solutions are fast emerging, and are prepared to help protect lives and property by being smarter, faster and more proactive. When movies and television programs like Quantum of Solace, 24 and CSI show the heroes doing amazing things with video technology, is that real? In a few...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Cable Optimized Optical Migration Is the Key to Revitalizing Operators' Competitive Advantage

    The cable industry has reached a strategic flashpoint where niche-driver opportunities for aggressive deployment of fiber can be leveraged to accelerate the migration to all-optical networks that will be essential to addressing market challenges in the years ahead. Operators can now leverage cable-optimized Fiber-To-The-Premises (FTTP) platforms such as RFoG (RF...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2010

    Motorola Simplifies Video Delivery: GPON for NAS-RAC and DAC Applications

    As opportunities continue to emerge for the profitable use of GPON networks, the cable industry is better positioned than many operators realize to exploit the technology to great advantage over competitors. Operators need to be able to put GPON to use wherever demand for IP-based applications and services outpaces the...

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