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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    The Next Wave in Help Desk Optimization

    In recent years, help desks have applied lots of call center technology to the help desk environment. The borrowed technologies have mostly addressed infrastructure problems, such as issue tracking, call handing (Interactive Voice Response and switches), and ticket routing. To get further big gains, help desks now need technology that...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Improving Operational Readiness for P25 Systems Through Advanced Network Monitoring

    Digital networks enable increased functionality, as well as expanded coverage, bandwidth and flexibility. However, with advanced technology comes increased complexity. Not only are the features and capabilities of the new digital technology dramatically different, the platforms that support these features have increased in capability as well. This white paper will...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    LTE Operations and Maintenance Strategy: Using Self-Organizing Networks to Reduce OPEX

    Long Term Evolution (LTE) provides greatly increased wireless bandwidth, enabling a number of new broadband applications such as high-quality mobile video and wireless online gaming. A key challenge for each LTE operator is to provide these new services in a high-margin, cost effective manner. To meet these cost constraints, Capital...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Long Term Evolution (LTE): Overview of LTE Air-Interface

    With the emergence of packet-based wireless broadband systems such as WiMAX 802.16e, it is evident that a comprehensive evolution of the Universal Mobile Telecommunications System (UMTS) specifications is required to remain competitive. As a result, work has begun on Long Term Evolution (LTE) of the UMTS Terrestrial Radio Access and...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Choosing the Right Asset Management Tool for Your Operation

    Asset management solutions can be as rudimentary as a log book or a basic Excel spreadsheet, or as expensive as a sophisticated enterprise-wide tool that can cost hundreds of thousands or even millions of dollars on the high end. The challenge is to find the right solution that fits particular...

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  • White Papers // Feb 2009

    Wireless Video Surveillance: The New Picture of Quality and Economy

    A quick glance around the globe verifies the growing importance of video surveillance. Powerful video networks are playing a pivotal role in providing security at major sporting, political and community events. Analysts estimate that today there are almost 400,000 video surveillance cameras guarding public places in France and more than...

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  • Case Studies // Aug 2009

    Franklin County, VA Attracts Economic Development With High-Speed Wireless Broadband

    With a large land area, dispersed population, and limited funds, Franklin County, VA looked for a way to cost effectively meet the broadband demands of its residents, as well as reduces county operational costs. Franklin County worked with local landowners, partnered with B2X and leveraged grant funding to expand broadband...

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  • Case Studies // Jul 2009

    Sumter EMC Expands Coverage With MOTOTRBO and Wide Area Network

    The challenge was to ensure safety, improve service, and reduce expense. The solution was MOTOTRBO IP Site Connect with Motorola Point-to-Point Wireless Broadband Solution for Wide Area Coverage. MOTOTRBO is a digital two-way radio system designed to meet the requirements of organizations that require a customizable, business-critical communication solution using...

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  • Case Studies // Sep 2009

    H&M Bay Leverages RFID Solutions From Motorola and Franwell to Accelerate Cold Storage Freight Transfer

    In business for more than 25 years, H&M Bay provides efficient, reliable transport of temperature-controlled Less-Than-Truckload (LTL) freight. H&M Bay has distribution centers in California, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, North Carolina, and Washington. In the LTL freight industry, time is always a major factor in successfully meeting customers' needs. When temperature...

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  • Case Studies // Sep 2009

    RFID Solution From Motorola and Epsilia Delivers Precise Traceability and Increased Revenue for Agribusiness Leader Levinoff-Colbex S.E.C

    Levinoff-Colbex S.E.C is the largest beef meat processing facility in eastern Canada. Levinoff-Colbex S.E.C wanted a reliable system that would enable the company to quickly identify all affected products no matter where they were - whether still in the processing plant, in transit, or at a customer distribution center or...

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  • Case Studies // Oct 2009

    Toyota Autoparts Philippines Optimizes Supply Chain With Motorola Enterprise Mobility Solutions

    Toyota Autoparts Philippines is the global production and supply base for manual transmissions for the Innovative International Multi-Purpose Vehicle (IMV) project. Toyota initiated the IMV project to create an optimized global manufacturing and supply system for pickup trucks and multipurpose vehicles to satisfy market demand in more than 140 countries...

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  • Case Studies // May 2009

    Green Bay Police Expands Citywide Security Surveillance Network

    The Green Bay Police Department wanted to increase security at the Port of Green Bay, as well as throughout the city, through an expandable video surveillance system that would enable them to easily deploy additional cameras as the need arose and funding became available. Green Bay Police implemented a Motorola...

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  • Case Studies // Sep 2009

    Port Authority Tightens Security and Improves Operations With "Everywhere Coverage"

    Communication is the cornerstone of any maritime port and wireless communications enable the mobility, stability, and reliability required for secure, efficient operations and complete site coverage. Regardless of the high RF-interference and challenging environment typical of most ports, Motorola's Point-to-Point (PTP) wireless bridge technology, combined with Mesh Wide Area Network...

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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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  • Case Studies // Oct 2009

    PMP 320: Making the Great Outdoors a Great RF Environment

    The challenge was the need for a fixed wireless broadband solution that delivers high performance in multi-path environments. The Motorola PMP 320 is the solution built to overcome virtually every challenge an outdoor wireless network faces. Built to 802.16e standards, the PMP 320 provides maximum capacity while ensuring high throughput...

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  • Case Studies // Oct 2009

    Extreme Wireless Makeover: Revolutionizing the Design, Deployment and Management of Wireless Networks

    For its 2008/2009 season finale, "Extreme Makeover: Home Edition" chose to rebuild a house for the family of Bernard McFarland and his three sons. They live in Martindale-Brightwood, an old and relatively low-income neighborhood on the east side of Indianapolis. The challenge was to quickly deploy a rock-solid wireless Internet...

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  • Case Studies // Aug 2009

    Lovenskiold-Fossum Selects Motorola Wireless Solution for Remote Management of Hydro-Electric Dams

    The company had a pressing need for a remotely controlled, video-based surveillance and water monitoring system for some 12 dams and hydroelectric power plants. Earlier attempts using cable-based leased lines to a number of sites were undertaken but these were generally unreliable and unable to deliver the requisite throughput. A...

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  • Case Studies // Sep 2009

    Holmes County Highway Department Relies on MOTOTRBO GPS to Improve Road Crew Safety

    Located in central Ohio, Holmes County's nearly 40,000 residents include the nation's largest Amish and Mennonite community. It wanted better technology that would improve the safety and efficiency of his crew, as well as reduce costs for the department. The local Motorola Channel Partner proposed MOTOTRBO digital radios with built-in...

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  • Case Studies // Oct 2009

    Mobile Trailer Works: Keep on Trucking With MOTOTRBO & GPS!

    Mobile Trailer Works lives by that motto, because that is the challenge its customers - shippers and trucking companies that service the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach in Southern California - face every day. Mobile Trailer Work's customers must be able to transport their heavy cargo quickly and...

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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 // Aug 2009

    Belgrade Embraces Motorola's Mesh for Broadband Services

    Founded around the 3rd century BC and one of Europe's oldest cities, the Serbian capital of Belgrade is home to 1.5 million people and covers an urban area of some 360 kmĀ². The aim was to build a reliable, cost-effective wireless network that could host bandwidth-intensive applications such as web...

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  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Motorola's Wireless Broadband Solutions Help Subang Jaya Keep an Eye Out for Crime and Traffic

    Subang Jaya Municipal Council want to curb rising crime activity and heavy traffic congestion, a comprehensive and integrated public security surveillance system was required. The system would require enough bandwidth for real-time intelligence, multiple party accessibility, and scalability options. This is to provide local district police quicker awareness for problem...

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  • Case Studies // Feb 2010

    Motorola's MC75 Helps AE Smith Off the Paper Trail

    AE Smith is the largest privately owned mechanical services contractor in Australia, and has 112 years of practical experience. They wanted to overcome the logistics of the technicians having to bring every piece of paper back to the office on a weekly or fortnightly basis. Leaving the field to visit...

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  • Case Studies // Mar 2010

    Motorola's Integrated Solution Pays Off During the Storm of the Century

    Cobb County, the fourth largest in Georgia, serves over 600,000 residents with a state-of-the-art, digital communication network that unifies more than 7,000 users from county public safety agencies to municipal departments to schools. The original analog radio system did not self-report systemic problems and was limited in monitoring the functions...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    5Ghz IEEE 802.11a for Interference Avoidance

    The proliferation of wireless devices in the 2.4GHz ISM (Industrial, Scientific, And Medical) unlicensed spectrum has created significant sources of interference for 802.11bg networks. Although sophisticated temporal, spectral, and spatial interference mitigation techniques are available, the most common and simplest method for interference mitigation is simple spectral avoidance; i.e. channel...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    802.11n in the Outdoor Environment: How Motorola Is Transforming Outdoor Mesh Networks to Leverage Full "N" Advantages

    Many current mesh network deployments are based on Wi-Fi technology, the common term for wireless services meeting the IEEE 802.11 standards. Up to now, the best available data speeds leveraging 802.11a, - b or - g standards reach burst data rates of 54 Mbps. However, over the past year, the...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    21st Century Airport Transportation Hubs: How Wireless Services-Oriented Networks Are Streamlining Operations, Lowering Costs and Enhancing Profitability at 21st Century Airports

    An airport is one of the most visible and important goodwill ambassadors for a city. After all, what forms the first and last impression of a city for thousands and thousands of air travelers every day of the year? The Airport, It doesn't matter how large or small the city...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    A Guide to Ensuring Wireless LAN Reliability

    In the nascent days of Wi-Fi, a corporate wireless LAN comprised a series of autonomous access points, scattered throughout the office and even branch offices around the globe. Garnering an effective radio signal was a matter of trial and error, and because there was no central management, the administrator wouldn't...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    A New Era in Designing and Managing the Wireless Network

    More and more organizations today are discovering the benefits of trusted wireless communications networks, including integrated indoor/outdoor networking, greater operational agility and exceptional cost effectiveness. At the same time, they're discovering there are major differences between wired and wireless technologies, and that wireless systems call for increased emphasis on upfront...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Best Practices When Integrating WS5000 Series Switch Into Existing Wired Networks

    Generally, wireless reference designs have addressed mobility, convenience, and flexibility, but have grossly broken the rules of wired reference design "Best Practices" that address scalability and resilience, making such designs unstable and poorly accepted in any large campus. Effective wireless networking depends on having are silent, well -designed and stable...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Comprehensive Security: Going Beyond the First Lines of Defense

    Senior retail managers who have relegated PCI compliance responsibility to lower levels of the organization may be missing a critical opportunity to protect and even grow the business. Evidence is ample that, even after a months-long audit, attaining PCI-DSS compliance certification does not even guarantee that the enterprise was completely...

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  • White Papers // May 2010

    Enabling Wireless Agility That Improves Productivity and Increases Satisfaction

    Every CIO and IT professional like one understands a few things about change. One knows it is inevitable and that it always comes faster than expected. One understands their mandate to build and manage IT networks that offer the agility to adapt quickly and successfully to whatever changes come along....

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2010

    Too Many WLAN Devices, Protocols & Vendors to Manage?: Simplify WLAN Management With Holistic Network Visibility

    Wireless LAN (WLAN) is the future of enterprise networks. Simplify WLAN Management With Holistic Network Visibility. This webinar is basically about Wireless LAN Infrastructure Concerns and the various issues related to it which include Understanding WLAN TCO, Heterogeneous WLAN infrastructure challenges, Recommendations for enabling simplified WLAN management at lower TCO,...

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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 // 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 // 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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