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Motorola Ready to Sell Network Biz to Nokia Siemens

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Jul 18, 2010, 9:20 PM

Whew. Glad it's not...

...Huawai. They've been muscling other companies out of the way with their cheap, crap labor & product.
I take it Motorola quality is head and shoulders above in your opinion?

Jul 19, 2010, 3:57 PM

Sell LTE and keep iden?

Why would Motorola do that, wont LTE make more money in the future as everyone moves to the next generation of network?
Moto probably doesn't have the cash reserves to make the massive capital investments that are still necessary.

Competition for LTE equipment will be brutal with better funded competitors muscling their way in.

iDen, despite it being ancient(in t...
Maybe Nokia Siemens Networks wasn't interested in iDEN and left it for that reason.

Jul 19, 2010, 5:41 AM

Just Another........

This is just another "self destructing corporation" that is far more interested in gaining a quick buck then improving on itself. In about 5 years from now, Motorola will be reduced to a trademark, not an entity.
Disagree. There's no secret that Moto isn't a blooming flower, so to speak, financially. To maintain business segments that aren't in the best long term financial interest for the company, rightly should be handed off to a company who still has a stro...
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