Motorola increases reach in the Middle East

Motorola Solutions has opened a new office, including an innovation and training center, in Dubai’s Internet City.

Several senior government officials were present during the opening ceremony, including Sean Murphy, chargé d’affaires, US Embassy UAE. Discussing the development, he said: “Motorola Solutions’ new innovation center showcases the company’s deep commitment to the UAE, through outstanding customer support and the forging of new partnerships.

“The culture of innovation at Motorola Solutions enables first responders and global business leaders to operate safely and smoothly.”

His Excellency Omar Sultan Al Olama, the UAE minister of state for artificial intelligence, digital economy and remote work applications, said: “The UAE. is moving rapidly to offer accelerated learning and development opportunities because we recognise that no industry or job is exempt from digitalisation.

“Re-skilling and up-skilling initiatives that are laser-focused on transformative technology are critical to creating a resilient future workforce that remains competitive in a fast-changing world. Motorola Solutions’ new innovation and training center will add tremendous value to our knowledge-driven economy and global reputation as an attractive talent and technology hub.”

According to the company, the Dubai office will serve customers in the Middle East, Africa and Asia, while also supporting employees in both office-based and hybrid working models.

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