Motorola, Inc. was an American multinational telecommunications company that was founded in 1928. It was headquartered in Schaumburg, Illinois and was one of the largest providers of mobile phones, telecommunication equipment, and semiconductors. Throughout its history, Motorola was known for its innovation in the field of telecommunications, including the development of the world's first commercially available cellular telephone, the DynaTAC, and the world's first two-way pager, the Pageboy.
In 2011, Motorola split into two separate companies: Motorola Mobility and Motorola Solutions. Motorola Mobility was later acquired by Google in 2012, and is now a subsidiary of Lenovo. Motorola Solutions focuses on public safety and commercial and industrial communication solutions. The company provides a wide range of products including two-way radios, mobile computing devices, and network infrastructure equipment.
Motorola was one of the pioneers of the mobile phone industry and has a rich history of innovation and technological advancements. The company's legacy continues through its subsidiaries and its technology and products continue to be used around the world.
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