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Motorola Drives Next Generation Services with Push-to-View

Monty Solomon (
Mon, 14 Feb 2005 23:46:13 -0500

Continues to Lead Industry with First Push-to-Experience Application
for GSM PoC Handsets at 3GSM World Congress

CANNES, France, Feb. 14 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- 3GSM World Congress
-- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE:MOT), a global leader in wireless
communications, today announced plans to take "push-to" technology to
the next level as the first company to deliver a complete
"Push-to-View" solution on GSM PoC (Push-to-Talk over Cellular)
handsets. The company will demonstrate this offering at 3GSM World
Congress in Cannes.

With Push-to-View, the first in the family of "Push-to-Share"
applications, consumers can now see the presence state of their
contacts and spontaneously share pictures, captured on their phone,
quickly and easily. Whether at work or at play, GSM PoC subscribers
will have the ability to send voice or image messages -- all at the
push of a button*. For operators deploying PoC networks worldwide,
Push-to-View capabilities provide a new real-time multimedia services
data application that can lead to increased revenue and
differentiation opportunities.

Push-to-View will be the first offering in a broader category of
peer-to-peer file sharing applications slated from Motorola over the
next year -- including video, audio and other rich media -- all designed
to further extend the concept of one-touch communications.


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