2。“Motorola Solutions收购911接听电话软件公司Emergency CallWorks”——不到一周前，有报道称摩托罗拉解决方案公司的官员正研究出售该公司（见上文），Motorola Solution宣布收购下一代911多媒体通话平台的开发商Emergency CallWorks
3。“Pacific DataVision宣布MOTOTRBO为窄带技术，开始纳斯达克上市”——太平洋数据公司（Pacific DataVision，PDV）副董事长摩根·奥布莱恩（Morgan O'Brien）证实了几个月来的猜测，即公司将增强型调度产品的窄带版本中使用摩托罗拉解决方案公司的MOTOTRBO。PDV计划年中之前四个市场投入运营，同时继续请求FCC批准900 MHz频段部署宽带产品
5。“TriTech Software Systems收购Tiburon”–总部位于圣地亚哥>
Here are the most popular stories on IWCEfrom last week:
1. “Motorola Solutions exploring sale of company, reports say” – Critical-communications giant Motorola Solutions is on the selling block, according to numerous media reports. Motorola Solutions officials declined to comment on the speculation.
2. “Motorola Solutions buys 911 call-taking software firm Emergency CallWorks” –Less than a week after report surfaced that Motorola Solutions officials were exploring a sale of the company (see above), Motorola Solution announced the acquisition of Emergency CallWorks, the developer of a next-generation 911 multimedia call-taking platform.
3. “Pacific DataVision announces MOTOTRBO as narrowband technology, begins trading on NASDAQ” – Pacific DataVision (PDV) Vice Chairman Morgan O’Brien confirmed several months of speculation that the company will use MOTOTRBO from Motorola Solutions in the narrowband version of its enhanced-dispatch offering. PDV plans to be operational in four markets by mid-year while continuing to ask the FCC for permission to deploy a broadband offering in the 900 MHz band.
4. “LTE standards group targeting mission-critical push-to-talk specifications for early 2016” – Officials for 3GPP, the standards body for LTE technology, say the organization plans to establish a standard for mission-critical-voice functionality over LTE early next year. That action could have significant impact on both 4G LTE initiatives and LMR plans for public-safety and critical-communications entities.
5. “TriTech Software Systems buys Tiburon” – San Diego-based TriTech Software Systems announced the acquisition of Tiburon. The deal expands TriTech’s customer base by more than 350 sites, which means that TriTech supports dispatch installations—primarily 911 centers—in 82 of the 100 largest municipalities in the United States, according to a company press release.