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Motorola buys Interexport, sues Hytera


Motorola Solutions bought a Latin American public-safety company this week, called Interexport. The company is based in Chile and provides services for communication systems to enterprise and government agencies.

Motorola has been acquiring public-safety network companies in recent years in order to build a stronger device and provide a better service worldwide. Last year, the company bought UK's Airwave for $1B.

Motorola also announced today it's filing a case against Hytera, which according to the company has stolen trade secrets and has infringed Motorola's intellectual property. Hytera is one of Motorola Solutions' competitors in the public-safety market, and Motorola is asking for Hytera products and services to be banned from sale in the US.

Motorola Solutions is the biggest, most successful Motorola out there, and it's also the original remaining business of the company founded in 1928, while the other Motorolas are either a spin-off or have a license to use the iconic name. Motorola Solutions is worth 14B dollars and sells business and public-safety products. You can learn more about Motorola Solutions, Inc here.

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