Motorola proves seamless mobility is no longer just a vision of the future

August 5, 2004
Motorola

Seamless mobility -- the interconnection of devices between operating systems, platforms, and media -- was living and breathing at the Motorola 2004 Analysts Meeting.

"People want to stay connected to the ones they love, the information they need and the gadgets that keep their lives humming -- and we're making it possible," said Ed Zander, chairman and chief executive officer of Motorola. "People's connections don't end at a doorway; they need smooth transitions from home to car to office and everywhere in between."
Motorola has the technologies that are making seamless mobility real.
And there's much, much more...

A digital video glimpse of how Motorola Makes Seamless Mobility Real at the 2004 Analysts Meeting can be seen in the “Exploring Technology” module of Motorola’s Media Center at: www.motorola.com/content/0,,2738,00.html.

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