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Motorola Solutions celebrates 10th year of MOTOTRBO digital radio platform
By Nickey Ross - on 11 Okt 2017, 6:44pm

Motorola Solutions celebrates 10th year of MOTOTRBO digital radio platform

From L-R: Abdul Karim bin Abdul Razak, Head of Standards Development Department, MCMC; Badaruzzaman bin Mat Noor, Head of Technology Development Department, MCMC; Tuan Haji Aisharuddin bin Nuruddin, Head of Technology and Society Division, MCMC; Mike O'Connor, Vice President, Radio Channel Sales, Asia Pacific, Motorola Solutions; and Alvin Hong, Senior Channel Sales Manager, Motorola Solutions Malaysia.

Motorola Solutions is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its MOTOTRBO digital radio platform by unveiling its latest portable two-way radio: the MOTOTRBO SL2M. The SL2M is a lightweight Wi-Fi-enabled device that blends well with business attire, in addition to providing unique features such as transmit interrupt, covert mode, unified call list, and user-selectable audio profiles. In the event of a man-down type of situation, the SL2M is able to send alerts to corresponding parties. Moreover, the portable radio is submersible, and is built to withstand drops. The SL2M is catered to businesses across many industries, such as the hospitality industry, as well as the oil and gas industry. 

The new MOTOTRBO SL2M.

Mike O'Connor, Vice President, Radio Channel Sales, Asia Pacific, Motorola Solutions.

Not only that, Motorola Solutions also collaborated with the Malaysian Communications and Multimedia Commision (MCMC) by becoming the latest partner in MCMC's Mobile e-Waste and Check Your Label campaigns.  Check Your Label is an initiative that urges Malaysians to ensure that their communication devices are MCMC certified. To verify, users may download the Check Your Label mobile app from the iOS App Store or Google Play, and key in the device's IMEI number or serial number within the app. 

On top of that, the Mobile e-Waste program is where users are encouraged to recycle their old or damaged mobile devices. More than 150 bins will be set up at the sites of 25 partners across Malaysia, and devices that are collected by recyclers will be taken to a facility where urban mining will take place. 

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