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Motorola selects Bee Networx to Optimize Connectivity Speed and Cost

HOLTSVILLE, NEW YORK JULY 9, 2010 Bee Networx today announced a new partnership with leading enterprise Mobility player Motorola to deliver its mobile data management software, LinkPro, on Motorola's MC55 and MC75 handheld devices. Motorola announced successful validation and testing of LinkPro earlier this month, and will make the new turbo-charged devices available to the North American enterprise mobility market immediately.
LinkPro enhances Motorola's handheld devices by improving the speed and cost of communication and battery utilization, through optimal usage of the WiFi (WLAN), cellular (WWAN), and wired interfaces.

LinkPro enables Motorola customers with mobile work forces to:

  • Service more customers per day and make better decisions in the field
  • Transfer data more reliably in real-time
  • Send and receive data intensive files cost-effectively

For enterprise mobility application developers, looking to reduce TCO, LinkPro:

  • Optimizes data transfer speeds
  • Simplifies tasks and increases user productivity
  • Improves data security
  • Allows for the addition of rich media content at no extra cost

About Bee Networx

Bee Networx is a system software company that is transforming mobile data communication with new technology for the management and transmission of bulk data to and from mobile devices. Our proprietary technology delivers seamless, cost-effective connectivity, unprecedented session persistence, and improved performance. For more information, please visit

About Motorola

Motorola is known around the world for innovation in communications and is focused on advancing the way the world connects. From broadband communications infrastructure, enterprise mobility and public safety solutions to high-definition video and mobile devices, Motorola is leading the next wave of innovations that enable people, enterprises and governments to be more connected and more mobile. Motorola (NYSE: MOT) had sales of US $22 billion in 2009. For more information, please visit