The history of Motorola, Inc. can be traced back when Paul V. Galvin and Joseph E.

Galvin (his brother) bought a business that deals with battery eliminator in Chicago. It was named Galvin Manufacturing Corporation in September 1928 and at present it is already recognized as one of the many American multinational companies that became a part of Fortune 100. Going back to the history of Motorola, Inc. when it was still called Galvin Manufacturing Corporation, electronic devices and other products that run on electricity were manufactured and produced. As for the name Motorola, the etymology is from the word 'motor' which means for car and the word 'ola' which means sound. Before Motorola mobile phones dominate the telecommunication industry, Galvin production concentrated on producing radios and receivers for vehicles until they manufactured televisions in 1947. It was also in 1947 that the company changed its name from Galvin Manufacturing to Motorola as it continues to produce communication mediums, mobile phones are yet to be introduced. The historical influence of Motorola expedition to the moon when Neil Armstrong using the Motorola Radio. And it was in equipped the operations of National American products was even included in the communicated from space to the earth 1969 that Motorola radio equipment Space Agency or NASA.

The Motorola mobile phone was finally introduced in 1973 when the Motorola had the first demonstration of its first mobile. And for the record of behind the scenes events, the first Motorola mobile phone deals were in fact operated using radio technology and computer technology. From then on, Motorola mobile phone deals have gone smaller and smaller and more stylish and innovative until it reached our present generation. The first ever Motorola that has small features and weighed only 88 grams was the StarTAC which until now is considered to be light among other mobile phones. The innovation and evolution of more Motorola mobile phone deals never stop and in 2000 Motorola and General Instrument Corporation has been united to develop and improve their services until they came up with Motorola v60 and then introduced it in the market. The Motorola v60 mobile phone is in fact considered as the first ever metal mobile phone that was made available to other cellular networks such as CDMA, GSM, and TDMA. More and more Motorola mobile phone deals are introduced in the market and Cross-Technology or PoC product line extended the features and services of Motorola. The feature "push to talk" connectivity became just a minor innovation

Motorola mobile phones are now comprised of W230. transistorized. and mobile phone manufacturing. Motorola also engage itself in expanding its connectivity through broadband connectivity and the video phone that are seen in Motorola mobile phone deals that have video phones. and the word has been used as a trademark since the 1930s. Motorola introduced the world's first "large-screen" (19-inch). through the first walkie-talkie in the world in 1940. years after Motorola started its research and development laboratory in Phoenix." Many of Motorola's Products have been radio-related. cellular infrastructure equipment. Motorola Q9h together with the newest Motorola devices software. Motorola went public and in 1947. In 1953. ANOTHER HISTORY: Motorola started in Chicago. applications. the name is a combination of "motor" and "Victrola. Motorola provided radio equipment for most NASA space-flights for decades including during the 1969 moon landing. In 1960. The name Motorola was adopted in 1930. defense electronics. Motorola established the Motorola Foundation to support leading universities in the United States. Founders Paul Galvin and Joseph Galvin came up with the name Motorola when the company started manufacturing car radios[6] in 1930. cordless portable television. The present logo was introduced in 1955. Beginning in 1958 with Explorer 1. In 1943. the name changed to its present name. CDMA2000. a pioneer in FM radio and semiconductor technologies joined the company as director of research. . Such features include the GPRS. it established a subsidiary to conduct licensing and manufacturing for international markets. and services. Canada to produce radios and televisions. Arizona to research new solid-state technology. Motorola's main business was producing and selling television and radios. ROKR380. the company built its research and development program with Daniel Noble. As for the new line up of Motorola mobile phones that will hit the market directly to its heart. In 1952. A year later. Illinois as Galvin Manufacturing Corporation in 1928 with its first product being a battery eliminator. Motorola introduced the world's first commercial high-power germanium-based transistor.when more powerful interactivity features were introduced. At this time. Motorola opened its first international subsidiary in Toronto. starting with a battery eliminator for radios. 1X. In 1955. In the same year. and the power of Wi-Fi network technology.

In 1986. In 1995. This meant that GI offers all cable TV transmission network components from the head-end to the fiber optic transmission nodes to the cable set-top boxes. including satellite systems. The company was also strong in semiconductor technology. Motorola announced it would buy General Instrument in an $11 billion stock swap. proposed the first all-digital HDTV standard. This became a global standard. In 2003. Motorola also has a diverse line of communication products. data and cellular communications and voice dispatch in a single radio network and handset. Motorola invented the Six Sigma quality improvement process. In 1991. Motorola introduced the world's first two-way pager which allowed users to receive text messages and e-mail and reply with a standard response. Motorola. In 1976. General Instrument Corporation. Motorola moved to its present headquarters in Schaumburg. . digital cable boxes and modems. supplying cable operators with end-to-end hybrid fiber coax cable solutions. General Instrument had long been the No. In 1974. Motorola sold its television business. and Apple Macintosh personal computers. Color Computer. Motorola introduced the world's first commercial digital radio system that combined paging. now at the availability of Motorola. Motorola demonstrated the world's first working-prototype digital cellular system and phones using GSM standard in Hanover. Motorola and Cisco supplied the world's first commercial GPRS cellular network to BT Cellnet in the United Kingdom. which had very successfully begun making televisions in 1947 introduced the world's first truly rectangular color TV picture tube which quickly became the industry standard. 1999. 1 cable TV equipment provider. The PowerPC family was developed with IBM and in a partnership with Apple (known as the AIM alliance). Motorola introduced the world's first wireless cable modem gateway which combined a high-speed cable modem router with an ethernet switch and wireless home gateway. which was later acquired by Motorola. In September 1983. the firm made history when the FCC approved the DynaTAC 8000X telephone. In June 2000. In 1990. In 2002. the world's first-only commercial cellular device. Motorola has been the main supplier for the microprocessors used in Atari ST. Motorola introduced the world's first handset to combine a Linux operating system and Java technology with "full PDA functionality". The world's first GPRS cell phone was also developed by Motorola. On September 15. Germany. Commodore Amiga.In 1963. the company introduced the Bravo numeric pager which became the world's best-selling pager. including integrated circuits used in computers. In 1994. In the same year.

Motorola acquired the world-class software platform (AJAR) developped by the British company TTP Communications plc .In June 2006.

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