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    Motorola opens up “innovation” demo centre


    Motorola has opened its European  Innovation Centre in Swindon, in the UK. The centre is designed to demonstrate mobile communications technologies to the end user and to assist customers when choosing technologies appropriate to their subscriber needs.

    The newest technology to be showcased at the innovation centre is Motorola’s High Speed Downlink Packet Access (HSDPA) for UMTS. 
    Other technologies that Motorola will be showcasing in the Swindon Innovation Centre include Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PoC), 3G including videos calls, video downloads and streaming as well as simultaneous voice and data calls, Public WLAN, private WLAN and Voice over WLAN demonstrations, and the Motorola SoftSwitch.
    “For a mobile operator planning its business strategy, the ability to test and compare real system performance in a live working environment is crucial,” said Margaret Rice-Jones, corporate vice president, Motorola.