AT&T Inc. announced the availability of the Motorola M900, a powerful and durable mobile voice solution that enables state-of-the-art in-vehicle communications ideal for the needs of homeland security and emergency management professionals.
The M900, which is available through AT&T’s wireless government sales organization, is a robust, high-performance unit easily installed into service vehicles used by the military, federal, state and local government and emergency management agencies. The unit’s physical design, state-of-the-art technology and specially designed vehicle interfaces are dedicated to delivering dependable, easily accessible communication so that homeland security and emergency management professionals can stay connected when carrying out mission-critical tasks.
“Emergency responders demand another level of communication when they are out in the field. We are committed to meeting their unique needs with a government-grade network that is focused on providing reliability and accessibility when they need it most,” said Chris Hill, vice president of Government Solutions Group for the AT&T wireless unit. “Our new voice solution for government, which couples our network with Motorola’s M900, gives users a critical tool with which to stay connected during crucial operations.”
Motorola’s M900 delivers extended network coverage over standard portable cell phones through a 2-watt radio frequency (RF) amplification for enhanced connections in urban and remote locations. The unit also delivers superior hands-free audio quality for clear and sharp pickup, background-noise suppression and echo cancellation.
Users can also benefit from those M900 features affording more convenience and safety. Such features include the high-resolution graphic display with full-size characters and adjustable blue backlight contrast setting for easy reading, large, well-spaced tactile keys for dialing accuracy and speed and an advanced voice-activation button to activate phone functions, such as name and number dialing, through the use of spoken commands.