Dallas (PRESS RELEASE – October 6, 2010) – Built to stand up to harsh conditions on all kinds of job sites, durable devices offer significantly reduced potential for breakage. AT&T introduces the Motorola ES400, an enterprise mobile computer created to withstand tough environments for workers on the go.
The Motorola ES400 has the look and feel of a traditional smartphone coupled with the security and durability of an enterprise mobile computer. It gives mobile managers and task workers the ability to run business-critical voice and data applications on the nation’s fastest mobile broadband network. The Motorola ES400 is designed to withstand dust, shock, vibration, rain, humidity, solar radiation, altitude and temperature extremes.
A true ‘office-in-pocket,’ the Motorola ES400 running on the Windows Embedded Handheld platform offers robust functionality to help a business or organization enhance the productivity of its field workers. The device can integrate with AT&T’s robust mobile applications for businesses and organizations that span several industries, including manufacturing, consumer packaged goods, retail trade, construction, transportation, utilities and government.
For example, applications such as field service automation allows out-of-the-office employees to access and manage work orders, fill out timesheets, or perform diagnostics on equipment – all in real-time. In addition, the Motorola ES400 offers a customizable user interface and empowers mobile workers to capture photos, videos, barcodes and documents instantly with one-click data capture.
“The ES400’s integrated voice and data capabilities unleash the full potential of mobile professionals by empowering them with the information and interaction they need to take action on the spot,” said Girish Rishi, corporate vice president and general manager of mobile computing, Motorola Solutions. “The ES400 combines the best features of durability, manageability, serviceability and security with cutting-edge design to redefine the way mobile workforces interact with customers in the field.”
“AT&T is mobilizing many of the day to day activities of our business and government clients, driving true work flow innovation,” said Michael Antieri, President of Advanced Enterprise Mobility Solutions, AT&T Business Solutions. “The Motorola ES400 extends our leading portfolio of mobility devices and is an example of our commitment to helping organizations of all sizes – large and small – mobilize their business for maximum efficiency and profitability.”
For more information on AT&T rugged devices visit AT&T Rugged Device Solutions.
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