New Motorola MC55 Offers Compact and Rugged Design

— April 01, 2009

Motorola Inc. has announced the MC55, the newest, smallest and lightest addition to its family of Enterprise Digital Assistants (EDA), offering a
3.5-inch display, Steve Schmid of Motorola's Enterprise Mobility business told Apparel.

The MC55 provides a versatile solution to meet customer needs by combining a multitude of communications tools into one robust business class device for both inside and outside an organization's four walls: the MC55 can be used as a cell phone, two-way radio, bar code scanner, digital camera and mobile computer.

The MC55 mid-range EDA supports the GSM/GPRS/EDGE standard for wireless wide-area networks. It offers a wide array of features including integrated GPS, says Schmid, and supports a host of real-time location-based applications, including directions for drivers and real-time fleet location, geo-fencing and bread-crumbing for dispatchers.

The new MC55 EDA is available in two models and multiple configurations. The MC5590 EDA offers wireless 802.11a/b/g LAN (WLAN) and Bluetooth connectivity for workers mostly inside the four walls, such as those in retail.

The MC5574 EDA comes equipped with wireless WAN (WWAN), wireless LAN (WLAN) and Bluetooth to support workers in the field.
In addition, the MC5590 and the MC5574 EDAs are VoIP enabled offering the capabilities of Push-To-Talk (PTT), as well as the ability to support soft phone clients and integration with installed IP PBXs.

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