Press Release Summary:
Built and tested to MIL-STD-810F standard, ML910 Rugged Notebook features IntelÂ® Core(TM) Duo 1.66 GHz processor and ATI Radeon X1400 discrete graphics controller with 128 MB video memory. It includes 13.3 in. widescreen display and fingerprint authentication, and integrates up to 4 radios including LAN, BluetoothÂ®, GPS, and WAN. MW810 Mobile Workstation is vehicle-mounted, with 3-piece design, sunlight-readable display, and programmable buttons.
Original Press Release:
Motorola Introduces Fully-Rugged Mobile Notebook and Workstation for Government and Public Safety Users
ML910(TM) Rugged Notebook and MW810 Mobile Workstation deliver reliable and secure access to mission and business-critical information
WASHINGTON, March 20 // -- FOSE, Booth # 2119 and 2200
-- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) today announced the new ML910 Rugged Notebook
and MW810 Mobile Workstation, fully-rugged, wireless-enabled mobile computers
that give government, public safety and enterprise mobile workers quick and
secure access to vital information.
These newest additions to the Motorola portfolio of mission-critical
communications solutions represent significant advancements in its
fully-rugged mobile devices. The ML910 Rugged Notebook and MW810 Mobile
Workstation offer optimized wireless computing performance and capabilities
designed specifically for the government user.
The ML910 Rugged Notebook is designed to meet the requirements of military
and public safety users and built to excel in tough environments. Optimized
for secure and reliable wireless communications, the ML910 Rugged Notebook
features the first 13.3" widescreen display providing higher resolution and
more space to view multiple applications than other rugged notebooks in its
class. The ML910 Rugged Notebook continues the Motorola heritage of offering
fingerprint authentication as a standard feature.
The fully-rugged MW810 Mobile Workstation is a vehicle-mounted computer
that provides reliable and secure wireless connectivity and processing power
for mission- critical applications. The MW810 Mobile Workstation offers
Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo processor options, a sunlight-readable display and
programmable buttons that allow for quick access to critical applications and
"Mobile workers in mission-critical environments need fast, reliable and
secure access to video and data information necessary for quicker response and
better decision-making," said Rod Guy, director of mobile computing
operations, Motorola Networks & Enterprise. "These new products offer
important features and capabilities in high demand by government users who
need powerful mobile computers that can withstand the challenging conditions
in the field."
ML910 Rugged Notebook
Built and tested to the MIL-STD-810F United States Department of Defense
standard, the ML910 Rugged Notebook offers an Intel(R) Core(TM) Duo 1.66Ghz
processor and also features an ATI Radeon X1400 discrete graphics controller
from AMD, with 128MB dedicated video memory and a video capture card that
enables high performance graphics and real-time video processing. The notebook
computer includes as a standard feature a hard drive heater for startup and
operation in freezing temperatures and also has diagnostic software that
monitors internal conditions and prevents outages due to extreme heat and
The ML910 Rugged Notebook has been designed to excel in wireless
performance and is capable of integrating up to four radios including Wireless
Local Area Network (LAN), Bluetooth(R) wireless technology, Global Positioning
System (GPS) and Wide Area Network (WAN) radios. In addition, Motorola offers
software to provide seamless and secure intelligent roaming across multiple
MW810 Mobile Workstation
The MW810 Mobile Workstation supports multiple internal radios for
seamless multi-network roaming, providing reliable connectivity-even at
highway speeds. The MW810 Mobile Workstation internal GPS and Dead Reckoning
GPS module options ensure reliable and accurate vehicle location verification.
The MW810 Mobile Workstation offers installation and lifecycle management
advantages over other products through its versatile three-piece design with
separate display, Central Processing Unit (CPU) and keyboard. A choice of
configurations allows customers to outfit their vehicle types with the same
CPU platform, customized to their own needs and specifications.
The Motorola ML910 Rugged Notebook and MW810 Mobile Workstation will be
available for demonstration at Booth # 2119 and 2200, March 20-22 during FOSE
2007 at the Washington, D.C. Convention Center. Motorola will also showcase
its broader portfolio of data solutions, devices, and the Mobile Wireless
Broadband vehicle that features a comprehensive suite of incident command and
law enforcement technologies.
Motorola is known around the world for innovation and leadership in
wireless and broadband communications. Inspired by our vision of seamless
mobility, the people of Motorola are committed to helping you connect simply
and seamlessly to the people, information, and entertainment that you want and
need. We do this by designing and delivering "must have" products, "must do"
experiences and powerful networks -- along with a full complement of support
services. A Fortune 100 company with global presence and impact, Motorola had
sales of US $42.9 billion in 2006. For more information about our company, our
people and our innovations, please visit www.motorola.com.
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or service names are the property of their respective owners. (C) Motorola,
Inc. 2007. All rights reserved.
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