Motorola Inc., founded on September 25, 1928 by Joseph and Paul Galvin, was world-renowned American multinational telecommunications company. Motorola established the mobile communications industry. It was the designer and seller of wireless network equipment such as cellular transmission base stations and signal amplifiers. Its products include digital video recorders, computer telephony, set-top boxes, network equipment that is necessary to allow video broadcasting and high-definition television. It provided wireless voice and broadband systems, public communications systems to business and government customers. On January 4, 2011 Motorola became defunct and was divided into two independent public companies — Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions.
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- Chief Executive Officer (CEO) Chairman - Motorola Solutions — Greg Brown
- The Motorola logo is commonly known as the “stylised M” insignia. It consists of two upwardly mobile triangle peaks that bend to form an abstract “M”. The logo signifies the corporation’s continuing, directorship-minded outlook.
- US$ 11.851 billion (2013)
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- Bagged the Bronze Edison Award for the HC1 headset computer.
- Won the 2014 red dot Product Design Award for excellence in design quality for the TC55 touch computer.
- Recognised with 2014 International TETRA Awards for the Motorola MTP6750 radio with imaging solution.
- Won 2014 iF Product Design Awards for MC40, Multi-plane device and TLKR series radios in three different categories.
- CRN named Motorola a 2013 Tech Innovator.
- MC40 won 2013 Spark Design Bronze Awards for retail category.
- Motorola Solutions MTP6750 won the Funkschau magazine's Reader's Choice Award in the professional radio solutions category.
- Motorola bagged the 2013 CRN Tech Innovator Award.
- Motorola won the Telecommunications Vendor of the Year given by Australian Reseller News.
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