Motorola states that “in the next five to seven years everything you own will be connected to the Internet” as it looks to expand its wireless business
June 02, 2009

“Motorola is turning to the consumer electronics market as it looks to expand its troubled wireless business in new directions.  On Tuesday morning, the company will announce plans to sell wireless broadband modules that device makers can use to put into consumer electronics products or monitoring devices to provide broadband wireless connectivity. Specifically, Motorola is putting its homegrown wireless technology into embedded modules so that laptops, Netbooks, digital cameras, and other devices can connect to the Internet using 3G HSPA networks, as well as 4G wireless networks using WiMax and LTE technologies.”

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