Motorola Delivers 300,000 TETRA Terminals in Germany
Thursday, August 17, 2017 | Comments

Motorola Solutions delivered its 300,000th TETRA digital radio terminal to German public-safety organizations.

To mark the milestone, Axel Kukuk, head of government and military sales for Motorola Solutions in Germany, handed over a specially designed MTP850 FuG radio in German army colors to Lt. Col. Andreas Wack in the German Army and project manager at the federal office of Bundeswehr Equipment, Information Technology and In-Service Support (BAAINBw). Motorola Solutions is supplying the German Federal Armed Forces with TETRA digital radio terminals to enable secure and reliable communications between military forces.

Motorola has invested 10 percent of its 2016 annual revenues of $6 billion in research and development (R&D) where about 5,000 employees are employed. The R&D programs are especially focused on the development of new public-safety devices, infrastructure, software and solutions, and command center applications including voice, data and video, as well as public-safety broadband solutions based on Long Term Evolution (LTE) technology.

Motorola Solutions has sold to date more than 2.5 million TETRA terminals worldwide. Motorola recently signed a framework contract with the Central Procurement Office of the German Federal Ministry of the Interior for the delivery of TETRA digital radio terminals, accessories, software and services.

Motorola Solutions delivered the 1,000 TETRA system out of its TETRA center of excellence in Berlin in April. Many of the TETRA systems that have been configured in Berlin are deployed in Germany and Europe as the basis for numerous national TETRA networks.

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