Guatemala: Municipalities to be connected to the network

Motorola will offer wireless broadband solutions that will be help to increase the competitive and technological development of the municipalities.

Monday, September 22, 2008

These solutions will provide the local government, municipalities, security forces and residents with improved connectivity that will help to improve their quality of life, not to mention help to reduce the digital gap, said the company.



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