Motorola announced Q2 financial results today. Here are some of the highlights from the Home business.
In Home, second-quarter sales were $886 million, up 6 percent from the previous quarter. Sales of set-tops increased from the first quarter. Sales of video and access infrastructure also increased from the first quarter and accounted for more than 25 percent of Home total sales. This reflects growing demand for high-definition content and channel offerings as well as on-demand services.
Motorola remains focused on whole-home network solutions, 3D TV, advanced interactive services and converged experiences such as uniform delivery of content to a multi-screen environment.
Other highlights from the quarter include:
- Launched 3D TV set-top solution in North America and a next-generation HD IP set-top that supports fixed-mobile convergence solutions with KDDI in Japan
- Introduced Motorola M3 Media Server family, which delivers multimedia content and services across television, PCs and mobile devices
- Introduced Medios suite of software solutions for content distribution across multi-screen environments and advanced on-demand services
- Launched DCX700, a next-generation, cost-effective HD set-top solution that supports applications for whole-home content sharing
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