Motorola’s TETRA Digital Trunking Solution Provided Outstanding Service at the 10th All China Games
Nanjing Olympic Centre successfully deployed Motorola’s TETRA digital radio system for its entire network operations and emergency response
Beijing, China, December 1, 2005 – Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today announced that it successfully implemented Motorola’s Compact TETRA digital communication system as part of the Nanjing Olympic Centre’s wireless communication system. The contract valued at approximately US$300,000, is China’s first TETRA-based communications system deployed for a national sporting event and the first to integrate different sporting competition venues and complexes to provide more extensive communications coverage for first responders in their co-ordination and preparation for emergency response operations.
Nanjing Olympic Centre was the official venue for the 10th All China Games held from the October 12-23, 2005. The Centre covers a hosting area of 80,000 seats in the main competition venue, 5,000 seats in the gymnasium and a 20-court tennis centre.
Under this contract, Motorola was responsible for the system design, planning, programming, implementation, and maintenance of the entire system. This included the installation of three fixed base stations, more than 200 units of MTH500 portable radios and corresponding control and switching centres.
“For more than 30 years, Motorola has been the trusted partner in providing professional wireless communication at world-class sporting events such as the Athens Olympics Games. We are very excited to be part of this national event and be able to share our expertise in what we do best,” said Chew Guan Sing, general manager for North Asia, Motorola’s Government & Enterprise Mobility Solutions business. “The deployment of Motorola’s TETRA systems for the Nanjing Olympic Centre sets another new benchmark of our milestone in China to address and deliver highly secure, safe and reliable wireless communications not only for mission-critical users but also for operation-critical environments.”
Lynn Huang, Motorola Government & Enterprise Mobility Solutions Sector