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Hallo Mor(r)toroler, heute aber ne Menge News. also hier mal die Einschäzungen und Nes gepostet:

Motorola Inc. Reiterated `Buy` at Gerard Klauer
By Michael O. Donohue
Princeton, New Jersey, Oct. 16 (Bloomberg Data) -- Motorola Inc. (MOT US) was reiterated ``buy`` by analyst Charles A Disanza at Gerard Klauer Mattison & Co. The 12-month target price is $36.00 per share.

RadioWallStreet.com: Market Strategy With Donald Selkin

Business Eitors/Hi-Tech Writers

PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 16, 2000--Today on RadioWallStreet.com, listen to an interview Joseph Gunnar & Co. Chief Market Strategist Donald Selkin discussing potential bargain stocks, possible indicators for relief, options expiration, the upcoming CPI report, and the situation in the Middle East.

He will comment Intel Corp. (Nasdaq:INTC), CIENA Corp. (Nasdaq: CIEN), Corning Inc. (Nasdaq: GLW), Lucent Technologies (NYSE: LU), Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT), Qualcomm Inc. (Nasdaq: QCOM), Network Appliance (Nasdaq: NTAP), Motorola Inc. (NYSE:MOT), and Anheuser-Busch Companies, Inc. (NYSE: BUD).

This event will be available for on-demand listening Monday, October 16, 2000 at 12:00 PM Eastern at http://www.radiowallstreet.com/NASApp/RWS/EventPage?ID=42141.

To access this RadioWallStreet.com broadcast, investors should go to http://www.radiowallstreet.com. It may be necessary for first time visitors to RadioWallStreet.com to go to the site to download and install any necessary audio software. There is no charge to access any event.

If you are viewing this release after the day of the event, go to http://www.radiowallstreet.com/NASApp/RWS/EventPage?ID=42141.

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Gruss und hört Euch das mal über MOT an? so long volker
...hier kommt der zweite Streich:

Motorola Announces Cable Modem Commitment from Comcast Cable

Agreement Furthers Business Relationship Between Leading Companies For
Standards-Based, Interoperable Cable Products

HORSHAM, Pa., Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) Broadband Communications Sector today announced that it has entered into a strategic agreement with Comcast Cable Communications, Inc., a division of Comcast Corporation (Nasdaq: CMCSK, CMCSA), to provide the cable operator with supplies of its SB3100 and SB4100 SURFboard(R) DOCSIS(TM) cable modems through the end of 2001. This commitment will enable Comcast to provide SURFboard`s reliable, high-speed Internet access to an even larger subscriber base.
This latest announcement supports a January 2000 agreement between the two companies, under which Comcast awarded Motorola a commitment for one million digital consumer devices -- including SURFboard cable modems -- through 2001.

"We believe Comcast is a leader in rolling out new products, and we are pleased to continue our strong relationship with them," said John Burke, Vice President & General Manager of the Cable Modem group in Motorola`s IP Network Systems business unit. "Comcast has been a key supporter in the deployment of Motorola`s SURFboard DOCSIS cable modems from the beginning. This agreement further solidifies our relationship with Comcast and reinforces Motorola`s long-standing leadership in the cable modem industry."

David Juliano, senior vice president and general manager of Comcast Online Communications, added, "Motorola is recognized as one of the industry`s leading manufacturers, and their SURFboard DOCSIS cable modems deliver reliable performance and speeds. We are happy to further our relationship with Motorola by offering their newest lines of cable modems as we work to continually rollout new products and services to our customers."

About SURFboard DOCSIS Cable Modems

The SB3100 and SB4100 cable modems are both part of Motorola`s SURFboard family of cable modems. Motorola`s SURFboard product line embodies over 6 years` experience designing cable modems and 50 years in the cable industry. Motorola`s modems offer a standards-based architecture, high-performance processors, superior RF design, operator-friendly diagnostics, and outstanding field reliability.

The SB3100 cable modem is hardware-ready to support the DOCSIS 1.1 specification, which calls for advanced Quality of Service (QoS) and Internet Protocol (IP) filtering functions. QoS enables operators to guarantee -- and therefore charge increased rates for -- higher-speed Internet access to targeted businesses or homes demanding it. It also enables the prioritization of voice calls to support real-time Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP), which eliminates the delay found in earlier VoIP technologies. The SB3100`s high- speed processor can handle current and future advanced DOCSIS functions.

The SB4100 utilizes the latest in integrated silicon technology, in which all functions are integrated into a single chip for improved performance. Like the SB3100, the SB4100 is hardware-ready to support the DOCSIS 1.1 specification. The SB4100`s advanced feature set also includes 10/100 Ethernet network connectivity and universal serial bus (USB) interfaces for easy plug-and-play installation. The SB4100 can support up to 32 users, making it ideal for small businesses or home networks.

Released by CableLabs in March 1997, DOCSIS calls for the interoperability of cable modems and associated networks manufactured by different suppliers. Interoperability speeds time to market by reducing risk for equipment purchasers and consumers, and creates economies of scale for broadband network operators by creating multiple product sources.

About Comcast Cable

Headquartered in Philadelphia, Comcast Cable is a division of Comcast Corporation (www.comcast.com), a developer, manager and operator of broadband cable networks and provider of programming content. Comcast Cable is the third largest cable company in the United States. Providing basic cable, digital cable and high speed Internet services, Comcast Cable is the company to look to first for the communications products and services that connect people to what`s important in their lives. Incorporating pending cable transactions, the company`s more than 10,000 cable division employees will serve more than 8.2 million customers in six geographic regions.

About Motorola

Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) is a global leader in providing integrated communications solutions and embedded electronic solutions. These include:

-- Software-enhanced wireless telephone, two-way radio, messaging and
satellite communications products and systems, as well as networking
and Internet-access products for consumers, network operators, and
commercial, government and industrial customers.
-- Digital and analog systems and set-top terminals for broadband cable
television operators.
-- Embedded semiconductor solutions for customers in the networking and
computing, transportation, wireless communications and imaging, and
entertainment industries.
-- Embedded electronic systems for automotive, communications, imaging,
manufacturing systems, computer, consumer, and industrial markets.

Sales in 1999 were $33.1 billion.
For more information, visit Motorola on the Web at www.motorola.com.

Motorola(R) and SURFboard(R) are registered trademarks of Motorola, Inc.
DOCSIS(TM) is a trademark of Cable Television Laboratories, Inc.

All other product or company names may be trademarks of their respective owners.
SOURCE Motorola, Inc.

-0- 10/16/2000

/CONTACT: Jeanne Russo, Manager of Media Relations of Motorola Broadband Communications Sector, 215-323-1873, or jrusso@gi.com, or Jenni Moyer, PR Director of Comcast Cable Communications, 215-851-3311, or jenni_moyer@cable.comcast.com/

/Web site: http://www.comcast.com /

/Web site: http://www.motorola.com /
...dies war der dritte Streich und der vierte und (vorerst) letzte volgt jetzt gleich.

ps. ist Samuikoh noch oder schon wieder da?
Gruss Volker

Motorola Broadband Communications Sector Holds High-Tech
Recruitment Fair

At Its Horsham Headquarters on October 18th and October 21st

Motorola, a Global Leader in Broadband Convergence, is Seeking to Add Over 100 Talented Technology Professionals Due to Significant Growth and Worldwide

Demand for Its Video, Voice and Data Technologies

HORSHAM, Pa., Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Motorola, Inc. Broadband Communications Sector, a global leader in the convergence of voice, video, and data technologies, announced today that it will hold an open house and job fair to recruit area technology professionals for over 100 high-tech positions at the company`s Horsham headquarters. This technical recruiting event will take place at the Horsham facility (101 Tournament Drive, Horsham, PA 19043), on Wednesday, October 18th, from 3:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and on Saturday, October 21st, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Candidates are invited to visit Motorola`s Horsham facility to submit their resumes, view demos of Motorola`s broadband technologies, and speak directly with hiring managers and technical marketing staff.

Motorola is looking for qualified candidates to fill the following positions in its Digital Network Systems (DNS) and IP Network Systems business units:

-- Software Development Engineers
-- Software Test Engineers
-- Systems Integration Engineers
-- Systems Engineers
-- Digital Hardware Engineers

As one of the area`s leading technology companies, Motorola currently employs over 1,300 technology professionals and serves as a launching pad for some of the broadband industry`s key executive and start-up success stories. The success of the January 2000 Motorola/General Instrument (GI) merger (which formed the Horsham-based Motorola Broadband Communications Sector) combined with increased customer demand for Motorola`s broadband technology has created this need for immediate employee expansion.
On September 21, 2000, Ed Breen, President of Motorola Broadband Communications Sector, received this year`s Cable and Telecommunications Human Resources Association (CTHRA) A+ Award. The CTHRA A+ Award recognizes industry leaders who have improved conditions in the workplace by empowering employees and balancing the needs of individuals with the needs of the corporation. Motorola also recently announced two industry milestone shipments - the shipment of its 10-millionth digital set-top terminal and its one-millionth DOCSIS cable modem, further proving its leadership in broadband convergence.

Motorola`s DNS business unit manufactures advanced digital cable systems and set-top terminals. Motorola`s IP Network Systems` technologies include cable modems, IP Telephony, IP infrastructure products, and network operation solutions.

About Motorola

Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT) is a global leader in providing integrated communications solutions and embedded electronic solutions. These include:

-- Software-enhanced wireless telephone, two-way radio, messaging and satellite communications products and systems, as well as networking and Internet-access products, for consumers, network operators, and commercial, government and industrial customers.

-- Digital and analog systems and set-top terminals for broadband cable television operators.

-- Embedded semiconductor solutions for customers in the networking and computing, transportation, wireless communications and imaging and entertainment industries.

-- Embedded electronic systems for automotive, communications, imaging, manufacturing systems, computer, consumer and industrial markets.

Sales in 1999 were $33.1 billion.
For more information, visit us on the Web at www.motorola.com
@vschediwie !

als neue "motte" wollte ich mich hier gebührend einführen.samuikoh hat sich verabschiedet.jetzt müssen andere übernehmen,oder??

Motorola Expands Technology Leadership With Greatly Enhanced Multi-Function DSP Single Core
56800E Aims at Pennies Per MIPS for Telecommunications and Data Communications
PHOENIX--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct. 16, 2000-- Taking the next step in the evolution of its DSP56800 core, Motorola Inc. (NYSE:MOT - news) today announced the enhanced DSP56800E core family of digital signal processors (DSPs). Design engineers seeking the performance of a digital signal processor with the control functions of a microcontroller (MCU) can expect to have additional options for extremely cost-effective, single chip solutions featuring low-power consumption and up to five times the performance of the existing core. The DSP56800E is designed to meet the needs of industrial, motor control and automotive applications, as well as the converging telecommunications and data communications markets.

Motorola today also previews two new products based on the new 56800E core, the DSP56853 and the DSP56854. Both are well suited for low-end Internet appliance applications and low-end client applications such as telephony, portable devices, Internet audio and point of sale systems.

``Motorola has made a smart strategic move with the introduction of the DSP56800E,`` said Will Strauss, president of market watcher Forward Concepts. ``By providing state-of-the-art MCU capability with significant DSP horsepower, the chip provides Motorola`s huge MCU customer base with both better performance and an easy migration path to DSP implementation that is becoming necessary for a number of evolving products.``

Traditionally, DSPs were designed to execute signal processing algorithms efficiently, which often led to challenges between developing a good DSP architecture and a good microprocessor architecture. Many DSP applications have used both a DSP and microcontroller, relying on the DSP for computational performance and the microcontroller for functionality. The use of extra chips can lead to added material costs for the final product, so combining the functions of the separate chips in one becomes quite attractive in terms of cost-efficiency and development time.

``Customers are requiring greater integration without increasing system cost. The 56800E, a hybrid architecture, combines the best of both onto a single chip,`` said Debbie Drysdale, vice president and general manager of Motorola`s DSP Standard Products Division. ``This expansion to our portfolio offers ideal solutions for entry-level telecommunications, data communications, industrial and motor control applications for what we anticipate to be just pennies per MIPS. As with all Motorola embedded processor families, the 56800 and 56800E architectures are supported by software and hardware development tools that are designed to shorten the customer`s design time. These sophisticated, easy-to-use development tools help to make the transition from MCU to DSP simpler for the traditional MCU user.``

56800E Core Features

The 56800E core architecture features an embedded 16-bit processor with 32-bit extensibility combined with MCU-type features for ease of programmability and enhanced compiler efficiency. The DSP56800E includes a 16-bit arithmetic logic unit (ALU) with 36-bit accumulator, a 24-bit address generation unit (AGU), a program decoder, and a bit manipulation unit. The instruction set is a superset of the existing DSP56800; the enhanced version offers true software stack support subroutines, flexible user-defined and multi-level interrupts priority support. The new core offers increased performance to 200 true DSP MIPS at 200 MHz, and low power consumption, down to 34.45mW at 120 MIPS and 120 MHz. Additional features include:

Support of 8, 16, and 32-bit data types for additional code flexibility and exceptional programming efficiency,
External data and program memory capacity up to 32MBytes and 4Mbytes, respectively; Plug-ins are also available to enhance the external memory expansion,
Tracking of variables in real time using Enhanced On-Chip Emulation (EOnCE) for debugging; and,
Increased efficiency, flexibility, precision and consistency for programming through register extensions, additional interrupts and multi-precision functions.
The 56800E core is designed to be fully synthesizable and scanable to enable system-on-chip (SoC) embedded solutions and licensing. The SoC methodology enables Motorola to leverage its rich peripheral base to provide highly-integrated, embedded solutions with reduced chip design and manufacturing cycle times.

DSP56853 & DSP56854 Features

56800E Core
32K bytes of RAM
10K bytes ROM
Serial ports
External Memory Interface
Timer modules
General purpose I/O
JTAG/OnCE port
Development Tool Support

The 56800E core, as with the 56800, is expected to be supported by the Metrowerks compiler and IDE toolset. The products are expected to have target development boards for software development and companion daughter cards developed for market-specific applications.

Pricing and Availability

Samples of the DSP56853 and DSP56854, along with software and development tools, are expected to be available in the second quarter of 2001. Suggested OEM list price for a 10,000-piece quantity is less than US$4.75. Other members of the 56800E family are expected to be available beginning in mid-2001.

About Motorola

As the world`s No. 1 producer of embedded processors, Motorola`s Semiconductor Products Sector offers multiple DigitalDNA technologies which enable its customers to create ``smart`` products and new business opportunities in the networking and computing, wireless communications, transportation, and imaging and entertainment markets. Motorola`s worldwide semiconductor sales were $7.4 billion (USD) in 1999. http://www.motorola.com/semiconductors

schöne grüße noch

sal paradise
@doppelt hält besser !!

TheStreet.com - Silicon Valley
Analysts Look to Motorola Bench to Fill In for Exec From Key Division

Departure of executive following downward earnings guidance could be turned into a positive, they say.

By Tally Goldstein
Staff Reporter

The departure of a key executive just a day after a downward revision for coming-year earnings and revenue expectations should send a cold chill down investors` spines. But analysts said the jury is still out on Motorola`s (NYSE: MOT - news) announcement yesterday that executive vice president Merle Gilmore is leaving the company.

The reason they didn`t hit the panic button? Analysts believe there are three up-and-coming executives who can fill Gilmore`s shoes. If this bench proves deep enough, Gilmore`s departure may even be a long-term positive, they say.

"The company`s bringing in new blood, prepping for a new management team and laying down the foundation for the future," says Wit SoundView analyst Matt Hoffman. (Wit SoundView does not have an investment banking relationship with Motorola.)

Gilmore is a long-time company executive who headed up the key Communications Enterprise division, which is responsible for 70% of Motorola`s revenue. It is responsible for Motorola`s broadband, mobile-phone manufacturing, global integration and two-way radio operations. Gilmore was seen as having initiated a turnaround in the division since taking the helm there in 1998, according to a research note from Chase H&Q .

His departure was announced yesterday, just a day after Motorola said it was cutting fourth-quarter and 2001 expectations. It said revenue and earnings per-share estimates for next year have been cut by $3 billion, or 6%, to $44 billion and $0.22, or 15%, to $1.20, respectively. The company also says it expects worldwide mobile-phone sales of between 410 million to 420 million in 2000, and between 525 million to 575 million in 2001. These numbers are down from estimates of 425 million to 450 million and 600 million, respectively. Motorola said the weak euro dragged down fourth-quarter operating margin estimates from 8%-8.5% to 6.5%.

The three executives analysts point to as possibly filling Gilmore`s shoes are Edward Breen, Bo Hedfors and Mike Zafirovski. They currently oversee the company`s broadband, global telecom solutions and two-way radio sectors, respectively. All three executives, who reported to Gilmore, joined Motorola within the last 18 months.

Prudential Securities analyst Pete Peterson agrees that this could be a strong enough bench to make up for the loss of a 30-year industry veteran. He says Breen, Hedfors and Zafirovski are all outsiders with first-rate industry reputations. "They`re all well thought of," he said. (Prudential does not have an investment banking relationship with the company.)

The fact that the three are relative newcomers to Motorola could also be a positive, Peterson says, because Motorola has suffered from management credibility issues in the past. New leaders could help build a new start. That`s not to say everything is rosy at the company. Far from it. Peterson downgraded Motorola from a strong buy to accumulate and slashed his 12-month price target by 58% to $28 from $67 on news of its performance revisions. He didn`t downgrade the company to a hold, he says, because he still believes Motorola is well positioned over the next two years to take advantage of industry changes, such as the growing importance and presence of code division multiple access (CDMA) technology.

And success is far from assured for the three execs or the division. In a note released after Gilmore`s departure was announced, Lehman Brothers said, "Following MOT`s disappointing (third-quarter 2000) results and a resetting of investor expectations, we believe the somewhat sudden departure of Mr. Gilmore may add incremental uncertainty around the communications businesses and Motorola shares."

Motorola has kept mum about whether Gilmore`s resignation is tied to the company`s earnings-forecast revisions. The company said that Robert Growney, president and chief operating officer, will take over as acting president of Communications Enterprise. Gilmore has been in charge of the Communications Enterprise since July 1988 and has held executive positions with the company since 1994.

In its note, Lehman said Gilmore`s departure "may have come as a surprise internally."

gute nacht

sal paradise

heute ist motorola im grünen bereich.alle anderen in den miesen.was sagt mir das.vielleicht das der boden gefunden wurde??keine ahnung.
ich hoffe es.!!
@ alle alten und neuen motten.
die hoffnung wächst doch mit jedem tag an dem wir nicht verprügelt werden.
ich denke es hat sich ausgeprügelt.
es wäre vielleicht sogar besser wenn die reise nach norden nicht zu abrupt geht,sons werden die,die sofort die gewinne mitnehmen viele neue unsichere anleger wieder vergraulen.
ich bin bester hoffnung das es weiter aufwärts geht,mir scheint wir haben hier einen recht umtriebigen neuling hier.
du darfst gerne das loch das samuikoh hier gelassen hat mit gut recherchierten beiträgen weiter stopfen !!!!!?????
besten dank
Hallo zusammen,
@all: ich denke den Samuikoh sehen wir bald wieder :-)
@SalParadise: Welcome! Füge mich unserem Oberpokemon an. Wirst hoffentlich noch viel Freude dran haben. Nur so als Frage, bist Du long term investor oder eher nicht? Was hast Du so für Werte?

Gruss volker

Wirst Dich hier sicher gut zurechtfinden
@alle !!

hier noch ein leckerbissen für eine gute nacht.

Gemstar says Motorola to use its program guides
PASADENA, Calif., Oct 16 (Reuters) - Gemstar-TV Guide International Inc. (NasdaqNM:GMST - news), providers of programme guides for television, on Monday said electronics manufacturer Motorola Inc. (NYSE:MOT - news) has licensed Gemstar`s technology to use in making interactive guides.

In a joint statement, the companies also said they have settled all outstanding patent litigation and arbitration issues between them, helping clear the way for a deal.

The agreement essentially puts Gemstar`s patented technology into Motorola`s hands for use in making electronic equipment to provide interactive services via TV sets.

Gemstar-TV Guide is a leading maker of interactive programme guides that allow viewers to pick and choose television programmes from an onscreen, scrolling menu of shows.

Gemstar-TV Guide shares were up $5-1/8 at $70-3/4 on the Nasdaq stock market immediately following the deal`s announcement, while Motorola shares were up 13/16 at $22-15/16.

und weil es so schön war noch einmal !

FlexRay(TM) Consortium Being Formed to Drive Initiative for Advanced Automotive Communication System
DETROIT, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- FlexRay consortium being formed to drive initiative for advanced automotive communication system Automotive manufacturers BMW and DaimlerChrysler, and semiconductor manufacturers Motorola and Philips Semiconductors, today announce their intention to form an industry consortium to drive forward the development and implementation of an advanced automotive communication system named FlexRay. Aimed to be a standard for innovative high-speed control applications in the car, such as x-by-wire, FlexRay technology is expected to be available for everybody in the worldwide market.
The FlexRay consortium is coming together in response to changing industry needs. Future automotive applications demand high-speed bus systems that are both deterministic and fault-tolerant, capable of supporting distributed control systems. FlexRay technology is designed to meet these requirements, complementing major in-vehicle networking standards CAN, LIN, and MOST.
The unique combined expertise of the 4 development companies in embedded real time systems design and implementation, which will significantly reduce development time, helps to enable the realisation of a global standard specifically designed for advanced automotive control applications. Hence FlexRay standardisation is expected cut costs in development and production as well as reduce risks involved in introducing this innovative technology, which should then allow a widespread use of the innovative system in the market.
According to the specifications set in close co-operation by BMW and DaimlerChrysler, Motorola and Philips Semiconductors intend to develop the silicon solutions for the key devices, the data link layer and the physical layer respectively.
As a scalable communication system, FlexRay is designed to allows synchronous and asynchronous gross data transmission at high-speed data rates up to 10Mbit/sec.Data transmission is deterministic, with message latency and message jitter being guaranteed. The innovative technology will support redundancy and a fault-tolerant clock synchronisation for a global time base. Fast error detection and signalling is another basic feature, while an independent bus guardian contributes towards error containment on the physical layer.
Further information on FlexRay is available at <http://www.flexray-group.com>

@stellt motorola nicht setop-boxen her??

ich meine nur zwecks interaktiven programmen und so weiter.
eines ist mir die letzten tage durch diverse berichte schon aufgefallen.motorola strebt immer "gesamtlösungen" an,egal in welchem bereich.ich darf nur an die strategische partnerschaft mit cisco systems,oder die partnerschaft mit verisign erinnern.nicht das ich da schon vollständig durchsehe,aber logik sehe ich schon in solchen partnerschaften.denn eines ist sicher.wer "gesamtlösungen"anbieten kann,hat auf dauer bestimmt nicht die schlechtesten karten,oder?

außerdem wird hier immer "doppelt verdient" !

schöne nacht wünsche ich

sal paradise
@vschediwie !

das weiß ich noch nicht so genau?.aber bis nächstes jahr bin ich bestimmt dabei.da ich davon ausgehe,das motorola wie viele andere werte ende märz seinen vorläufigen höchststand ereicht haben wird.
ich bin auf jeden fall kein "zocker".aber wenn du es genau wissen möchtest.mein grund warum ich hier bin,ist weil mot schon nicht mehr tiefer fallen konnte!und wenn nur die hälfte stimmt was ich die letzten tage hier an beiträgen lesen konnte,werden ja wohl ein paar euro performance drin sein.(hoffentlich)

ich glaube für heute reicht es mir.

schönen abend noch

sal paradise

hier wie ich hoffe eine gute nachricht :

UPC Selects Motorola`s DVB-Compliant MediaCipher(R) Conditional Access Technology for All UPC Broadband Systems
Motorola to Supply `Triple-Play` Video, Voice, and Data Solutions
HORSHAM, Pa. and AMSTERDAM, Netherlands, Oct. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- Motorola, Inc. (NYSE: MOT <http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=mot&d=t> - news </n/m/mot.html>;) Broadband Communications Sector and United Pan-Europe Communications N.V. (Amsterdam Stock Exchange (AEX): UPC; Nasdaq: UPCOY) announced today that UPC has selected Motorola`s DVB-compliant MediaCipher® conditional access system for all UPC broadband systems. MediaCipher will offer UPC proven security and the features and scaling necessary to offer broadcast and interactive services to millions of subscribers across Europe.
UPC will use MediaCipher conditional access for its digital set-top terminals, which it will purchase from Motorola and other suppliers. These advanced interactive set-top terminals will enable UPC to offer a comprehensive range of interactive services to their subscribers, including expanded channel capacity, video-on-demand, virtual channels, high-speed Internet access, e-commerce, and hyperlinking. UPC has just begun the introduction of these set-tops in the Dutch market.
``Motorola is a leading company in the broadband convergence and can deliver true `triple-play.` By providing its advanced interactive digital, cable modem, and IP telephony technology solutions for us, we know that Motorola is an important partner as we move to provide our customers with next-generation interactive services,`` said Mark Schneider, CEO of UPC. ``In addition, Motorola`s strong commitment to the European market convinced us that we would receive all of the support we need in this endeavor. Motorola has been a leader in working towards delivering a fully DVB-compliant platform.``
``UPC has been a valued customer of ours for many years, and we are pleased to now help them launch this advanced, next generation of interactive video, voice, and data services,`` said Ed Breen, Executive Vice President of Motorola and President of Motorola`s Broadband Communications Sector. ``UPC`s selection of Motorola further shows our commitment and leadership in the broadband revolution. Convergence is here, and Motorola is making it a reality across the globe.``
About Motorola`s MediaCipher Conditional Access System
Motorola`s DVB-compliant MediaCipher II access control system sets a new standard for security and access control for the delivery of DVB/MPEG-2 digital signals. Motorola offers scaleable access control solutions designed to meet the needs of a full range of network sizes and digital deployment plans. With Motorola`s unique suite of local, regional and continental access control solutions, Motorola offers cost-effective digital solutions for a wide range of systems.
About UPC
UPC, a consolidated subsidiary of UnitedGlobalCom, Inc. (``United``) (Nasdaq: UCOMA <http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=ucoma&d=t> - news </n/u/ucoma.html>;) owns and operates broadband communications networks in 17 countries in Europe and in Israel. Headquartered in Amsterdam, UPC is one of the most innovative broadband communications companies in Europe. UPC provides cable television, telephony, high-speed internet access and programming services. UPC completed an IPO in February 1999 and its shares are traded on the Amsterdam Stock Exchange and Nasdaq (``UPCOY``). Microsoft has an interest of approximately 8% in UPC. UPC has over 8,000 employees.
As of June 30 2000, UPC`s number of Total Homes Passed (consolidated, excluding acquisitions not closed) reached approximately 9.5 million. The number of basic cable subscribers on this basis was 6.3 million. In addition, UPC had 362,000 telephony lines as well as 230,000 Internet subscribers. On an aggregate basis (pro-forma for announced acquisitions and including minority interests), as of June 30, 2000 UPC`s total footprint (Aggregate Homes Passed) reached 17,767,000.
For more information: www.upccorp.com <http://www.upccorp.com>


Israeli Ampal mulls selling Mirs stake-paper
JERUSALEM, Oct 17 (Reuters) - Ampal American Israel Corp is considering the sale of its 25 percent stake in wireless communications company Mirs to Poalim Communications in a share swap deal, the Yediot Ahronoth daily said on Tuesday.
U.S.-based Motorola Corp (NYSE:MOT <http://finance.yahoo.com/q?s=mot&d=t> - news </n/m/mot.html>;) is the controlling shareholder in Mirs with a 67 percent stake.
According to Yedioth, Ampal purchased its share in Mirs when the company was valued at $300 million.
Company officials were not immediately available for comment.

sal paradise
Man könnte meinen, Handys werden ab nächstem Jahr nur noch gratis abgegeben...

Fazit: Fassungslos ob des Kursverfalls
ich verstehe nichts mehr. habe extra Noika verkauft, weil nur Handy-Hersteller, dann auch bei Mobilcom ausgestiegen und
rein in Motorola, weil die ja auch die Breitbandtechnologie haben und eigene Glasfasernetze... Wie viele haben
vor ga rnicht langer Zeit Motorola empfohlen. Und nun??? 50 % Ansturz innerhalb von ein paar Wochen.
Ist das etwa noch normal ? Manchmal sehne ich mich nach so einem guten alten Bayer- Wert oder einem Sparbuch.
Demnächst muß mein Friseur lauter graue Haare einfärben. Anscheinend halten die Analysten die Firma
jetzt für unzuverläßig und die Zahlen für enttäuschend. Wer weiß, was wirklich los ist????
ist mir ganz ähnlich ergangen-
nur nokia habe ich behalten.
denkst du wirklich ,die ganzen grossen firmen der welt sin plötzlich looser?
die analysten die mit uns ihr abzocker-spiel spielen sind angestellte grosser geldhäuser-
meinst du die haben plötzlich beschlossen zuhause socken zu stricken weil sich börse nicht mehr lohnt.
die haben eben beschlossen dass nach drei guten jahren keine überzeugenden argumente mehr zu finden sind,die ihnen bis nächsten märz die selben gewinne einbringen werden wie die letzten jahre-
also wird der gesamte markt ohne rücksicht auf die kleinen, auf ein niveau geprügelt,bei dem ihre rechnung wieder aufgeht.
ich bin zwar noch nicht lange an der börse und habe wahrscheinlich nach meinem einstieg mitte märz!!!!! sämtliche fehler gemacht die man machen kann.
in der zwischenzeit habe ich mich hauptsächlich um die psychologie des marktes gekümmert.
ein bischen geld habe ich noch übrig,und werde nun versuchen mir eine persönliche strategie zu entwickeln,die ich dann konsequent versuche durchzustehen.
wer weiß,vielleicht werdens im nächsten jahr schon weniger fehler sein .
lernen-das habe ich gelernt kannst du an der börse echt nur durch fehler.
die eigenlich kunst besteht darin nicht immer wieder dieselben zu machen.
hab geduld du hast einen super-wert ergattert-meine meinung-
aber über nacht wird man im moment nicht reich.
Habe mir heute mal den 8-Jahreschart angesehen. Danach dümpelte
Mot jahrelang zwischen 15 und 30 $. Der Ausbruch im vergangenen
Jahr bis dieses Frühjahr ist danach eine Ausnahmeerscheinung
(bis jetzt jedenfalls). Bin nicht mehr so optimistisch.
Vielleicht können wir froh sein, wenn wir die 30$ nochmal sehen.
Nachgesehen bei www.nasdaq.com, mot,stock-chart,96 months.

MfG Schmadloff

hab mal gehört, das Motorola vor Jahren ein Handy raus gebracht hat, weil die Frau eines
der Vorstandsmitglieder beim Segeln telefonieren wollte.

Das geht ja wohl nur via Satelitt.

Die haben wohl damals unheimlich viel Geld in den Sand gesetzt.

Weiß jemand etwas darüber. ?

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