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Two Way Radios for Recreation: Top Three Motorola Picks

We head to our local recreation facilities for a variety of reasons – among them, to exercise, socialize, relax and play. Whether it’s golf courses, museums or campgrounds, immediate, clear communication is essential for everything from to ensuring day-to-day operations run smoothly, to maintaining safety and security. That’s why the following two way radios or… Read More»

Two Way Radios in Ontario: Motorola’s Top Sellers

As Canada’s most populous province, Ontario accounts for nearly 40% of all Canadians. With an abundance of natural resources and excellent transportation links, manufacturing is Ontario’s principal industry. Important products include motor vehicles, iron, steel, food, electrical appliances, machinery, chemicals and paper. Ontario is also known for its service and hospitality industries as tourism is also… Read More»

Wireless Trends – Shift from Analog to Digital Wireless

Nearly all of the new wireless technology being deployed in organizations is digital and IP-based. Legacy analog equipment that remains across North America will continue to be replaced as the shift toward digital equipment expands in the wireless systems space. The primary driver for this final push are organizational needs to deliver data and applications… Read More»

Motorola DTR650: Benefits for Workplace Safety and Emergency Evacuation

Having a reliable evacuation plan is essential to every responsible workplace, particularly in schools, universities, recreational facilities, hotels, manufacturing plants and beyond. When an emergency does arise, the ability to communicate effectively is critical to rolling out even the most fail-proof evacuation plan. One device in particular shines when it comes to enhancing workplace safety and… Read More»

Wireless Trends for 2014 – Boom in the Machine-to-Machine (M2M) Market

A wireless systems trend for 2014 will be a significant growth in the wireless machine-to-machine (M2M) sector. What is M2M? M2M means that one machine or piece of equipment is connected to a network of others. 2014 will see significant growth of new connectivity options and industry applications based on the M2M trend. For example, GE’s… Read More»